Flourescent light using GFCI outlet
I have recently wired my shed with a 20amp GFCI circuit. I bought a flourescent light fixture to plug into one of the outlets. Whenever I plug the light into the outlet, it instantly trips the GFCI outlet that is at the beginning of the circuit. I tested all the outlets in the circuit and they are all wired correctly. I even tried a different flourescent light to plug into the outlet and it had the same effect.
Do all outlets in a shed need to be GFCI protected? If not, I am thinking I can re-wire the outlet with the light plugged into it with 14/2 and run it straight into the sub-panel.
If a GFCI is required for all the outlets, how do I wire in a flourescent light in the shed?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. This project is taking way too long and I still need to get a final inspection on it.