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I purchased a xenon under cabinet light to replace the boring fluorescent one that was there . When I turned it on, a GFI breaker on another circuit in my home is tripped. I exchanged it for a new one, now the GFI breaker occasionally trips. The only thing in common between the circuit the light is on and the circuit the GFI breaker is on is that the wiring comes in close proximity to each other. Is it possible that the xenon lights are inducing a voltage on the input line which is in-turn inducing a voltage on the circuit that is in close proximity causing the GFI to trip? Has anyone seen this?