(Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter: Trips if there is electricity
in the water.)
If the Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) is tripping:
99.9% Chance there is electricity in the water
00.1% Chance it's a false alarm and just a bad GFCI
00.0% Chance removing or bypassing the GFCI will 'fix' it
Arc-Fault breakers to not provide Ground-Fault protection.
Overhead power lines, phone lines, coaxial cable, and even computer
networking can carry enough electricity to cause shock injuries
when you're standing in a big bucket of water.
(Especially if all that wire attracts lightening)