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but different funds in order to avoid "wash sale" rules which would require a wait of 30 days.

wash sale rules in normal situations (ie. taxable accounts) require different funds (investments) be purchased (ex. Vanguard's Total-stock-market fund instead of Vanguard's S&P500 fund)
Maybe there's something in addition when dealing with a Roth that you need to use different funds, but I wouldn't think it's also called the wash sale rule.
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