Originally Posted by Kiawah
No, as an electrical engineer....
You may say....but wait, the house and socket I'm plugging into is circa 1940 and doesn't have any grounded outlets or GFCI sockets, and I'd like to plug into it. Then you take your (and your spouse/kids) life into your own hands. Don't be a fool, the GFCI's are made to protect your life.
Question: Are you saying that all 50 AMP campground circuits are GFCI or are you saying that we are all fool
ishly taking our life in our own hands every time we plug in our RVs.
No, I am not an EE, but I know enough about electricity to know it's dangers and how to protect myself - way before GFCI became the standard for wet area applications.