Originally Posted by DeafSmith
... IIRC I tied the ground wire of the dryer cord to the neutral block in the box and then tied the neutral block and the ground block together. White pigtail wire from the breaker goes to the neutral block, outputs come from the breaker itself and output ground is from the ground block in the box.
The problrm with that is you have the ground and the neutral "tied together" after
the GFCI breaker. With that said - there is no protection for you...!!
Seperate the neutral and ground before the GFCI and you could eliminate the issue.
(I'd like to see the diagram of that before you decide to implement it though.)