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I have installed a sub panel for a hot tub with a 50 Amp GFCI. The GFCI trips right away. I have removed all the load side wires and it still trips. To review how I have things hooked up after a bit of troubleshooting: The line side hots are attached to the sub panel terminals. The line neutral is tied to the neutral bar. The GFCI load neutral line is tied to the neutral bar. When the GFCI is snapped into place and the breaker set, it's trips right away. No wires are attached to the load side at all. So why does it trip?