Info on 110v Electrical Basics Please
I'm preparing to do some testing on the wiring system of my Holiday Rambler trailer while I have some of the ceiling and wall panels out.
I have never been clear on the basic concept of trailer wiring - Particularly grounding.
Is the metal structure of the trailer protected from becoming hot by using a GFCI (or something like that) at a different location?
I'm not really familiar with trailer wiring, but I have some basic familiarity with household wiring.
If someone could explain just the basic concept that would help enormously.
As I explained in a previous thread, I have numerous ext cords and power strips connected for now. But I'd like to get the original wiring going if it passes the test... I definitely don't want to take anything for granted at this point, as it looks like at some point in the past there was some Mickey Moused-ness going on by who knows who... and intoxicated on what?
Best to play it safe.
Thanks in advance for any and all competent advice - BK