Fix rv electrical
About 8 months ago my brother replace the complete converter box and everything was fine he alway plugs it in a week before he takes the trailer out . Now my brothers 5th wheel trailer is plugged into his home outlet and it keeps on popping the home circuit breakers. First two night everything was fine and now this is happening continuously. Can you tell me what could be causing problem ?
Hello again, Anita. Tell your brother to turn all of the 110 volt breakers off in the RV except the main before resetting the house breaker. Then turn the RV breakers on one at a time until he finds the circuit causing the home breaker to trip.
Whatever item is causing the problem will be on that circuit if indeed it is something in the RV creating the electrical short. As always, feel free to ask for more info if this does not help your brother find the problem. Thanks for the question!
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