and I thought spending 3 hours pulling/replacing wiring because a new GE ground fault kept tripping was a pain in the rear. In the end, a new GFCI from a different company fixed the original problem. (original GFCI would not reset, GE one would trip randomly)
Turns out the GFCI outlet is not much better than their plane engine.
at least no one would die if the GFCI tripped when it should not have.
GE paying their fair share yet?
GE used to make pretty good electrical equipment.
(Better than Federal Pacific, Zinsco, and some others, anyway.)