Originally Posted by tcfdgib
Well that was my original thought, I went looking for every receptacle and only found the 2 marked as GFCI but they were regular receptacles. Again the trailer is new to me and I suspect the previous owner replaced the GFCI receptacles with regular ones because he was having electrical problems. I'll keep an eye on things and see if it happens again....if it does I'll hear about it "cause Momma won't be able to blow dry her hair!...thanks for replying.
I just wanted to make sure you are understanding correctly. I think you missed what Mike was trying to tell you.
The receptacles that you found marked as GFCI but looked like regular receptacles ARE, in fact, regular receptacles. But they are fed from a GFCI receptacle. If the GFCI trips they will loose power.
I hope that clears up your GFCI understanding.