My hottub had a large 20 amp GFCI PLUG. The guy who delivered it twisted the one prong so it would go into a 15 amp outlet. The weight of the thing as well as the rigging of the prong resulted in a short and destruction of the orginal GFCI plug.
My local electric house did not have the plug version, so I bought a 20 amp GFCI OUTLET and a 20 amp plug.
I installed the outlet to the Line only to check it. Everything worked fine. I was sooooo happy, but alas this was not to last.
I connected the load and the GFCI could not be reset. I tried several attempts, running to the breaker and back, but to no avail.
I found that there are 4 outlets in the circuit beyond the GFCI. There are 2 in each bathroom. I opened up all four and checked the wiring. All were correct.
I'm stumped. I have been told by Leviton Technician to remove wiring to one outlet at a time and see if I can find the offending party. I will try this tomorrow, but if anyone has any other ideas, I'm wide open!
Thanks in Advance,