Originally Posted by JohnWedell
If it's a big problem I would let the dealer do it. Or an electrician.
Good idea. But how does your average RV'er know the difference between a small item they should handle themselves or a big problem that requires professional (or talented amateur) help?
You, as a professional, probably have plenty of experiences where a homeowner tried to do the job and got overwhelmed. Makes your job tougher and cost the homeowner more than if you had be called in first?
I would love to no longer read posts that say, "I get a tingle when I touch my RV. Is that a problem?"
Until then, those of us who understand electricity will have to continue to educate those who don't. (Or at least try and keep the really dull ones safe.)