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Old 09-15-2018, 06:11 AM   #21
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'Bird, careful with those insurance claims. Sometimes its better to just suck it up and cover it yourself.
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Old 09-18-2018, 05:02 AM   #22
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I had a similar issue last year. Turned out to be a bad surge protector I had used for only two weeks with success, then it tripped the GFI only and would not allow the GFI back on. Changed back to an older surge protector and everything has worked fine since - nine months now.
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Old 09-18-2018, 02:38 PM   #23
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If you had plugged into a 240 volt 50 amp outlet, then you probably have a problem of a "lost neutral". The white wire in the circuit. A common occurrence where the neut has burned free in the cord cap, or in the power pedestal. If the latter is at fault, the RV park is liable for your repairs.
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Old 09-20-2018, 07:57 AM   #24
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I had a similar issue last year. Turned out to be a bad surge protector I had used for only two weeks with success, then it tripped the GFI only and would not allow the GFI back on. Changed back to an older surge protector and everything has worked fine since - nine months now.
Wish there was a way to test the surge protector but now that the new GFI breaker fixed that problem I'll just keep that in mind, thanks.

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If you had plugged into a 240 volt 50 amp outlet, then you probably have a problem of a "lost neutral". The white wire in the circuit. A common occurrence where the neut has burned free in the cord cap, or in the power pedestal. If the latter is at fault, the RV park is liable for your repairs.
I checked my plug and its ok and as far as the overnight stay it was 'get there late, leave early' kind of deal. If it was the power pedestal then my surge guard protector is at fault. Everything has been OK since then though. Thanks
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