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Estwing magic
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I had a Maestro occ sensor that stayed all the time so, no problem I replace it. The new one also stays on.

Some background: This was a very difficult bathroom reno. The occ sensor is on a circuit protected by a dead front GFCI. On a normal breaker it worked fine. I needed to provide GFCI protection before the job was handed over to the client. It appears that the problem is related to the GFCI but I can't say for sure.

What say you gurus? Thanks :) .
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