Originally Posted by RhinebeckDude
Yes, there is a GFCI which is tripping. I thought I read on the forum that clogged impeller might generate overloads to trip the GFCI as well? It just ran now for about 15 mins before tripping again...for last 4 days it wouildn't stay on for more than 10-20 secs.
A gfci plug only trips due to a fault current. A gfci breaker trips due to either a ground fault current or a circuit over current.
You need to know which is happening. My guess, because this episode is happening coincident with wet weather, is you have a ground fault due to moisture. That could be a faulty pump motor or just moisture at the connections. Try opening up the cover where the wire nuts are and letting it dry out.