No, adding Mysa to a circuit that already has a GFCI breaker at the circuit panel will likely result in false GFCI trips. If you wish to use Mysa, consider replacing the GFCI breaker with a standard breaker.
Articles in this section
- Can the GFCI in Mysa In-Floor be disabled?
- Does Mysa for In-Floor have a 5mA or 15mA GFCI?
- Does Mysa In-Floor have a GFCI built in, or does it need to be on a GFCI protected circuit?
- Can I install Mysa on a circuit that has a GFCI on at the circuit panel?
- Can Mysa replace a thermostat with a Class B GFCI?
- What type of GFCI does Mysa In-Floor uses?