So, I did a burn in and two smokes with great results. Went to fire it up tonight and boom...kept blowing the GFCI. No different stuff plugged in or running. Anybody had this issue (especially when it was working great the first few times)??
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1) Try plugging it into a non GFCI outlet and let it run for 30-60 minutes. Then return to GFCI outlet and see if it stays on.
2) Test your GFCI outlet, but I'll bet the first step takes care of the issue.
3) call customer service.
Did you have any luck figuring this out?
Were you using an extention cord?? Try using a larger grade cord that has maybe 10 or 8 size wire
I ended up throwing an extension cord down from upstairs. Haven’t had another cook yet. Was originally using just supplied cord, no extension.
I travel around with my AmeriQue and it seems I will trip about every GFI I plug into on the initial start up, but never have an issue after I reset and start over again