GFCI Outlet Trips with Lights or Fan Switch
My bathroom was remodeled about a year ago, with a new 20A line pulled from the panel. The lights and fan are on the line before the GFCI outlet. We leave a rechargable tooth brush plugged into the GFCI all the time, but nothing else.
Recently when we turn off the lights or the bath vent fan the outlet trips (GFCI, not the 20A breaker). It resets right away easily. All of the wiring was per code, inspected, etc... and I've tested the resistance from hot & neutral to ground with an Ohm meter and its above 1 MOhm (the highest my DVM can read).
Any ideas on why this happens? Possibly a defective outlet?
Thanks for the help,