Gerdo wrote:GFI breakers are expensive so that is why most houses have a GFI outlet be the first on a circuit that protects the whole circuit. My house, and probably yours, has a GFI outlet in one bathroom that feeds the an outlet outside and in my garage. 200' of wire instead of more GFI outlets.
Dale M. wrote:Well.......... IF..... If there is any chance AC voltage can come in contact with any metallic component of trailer, and if there is a chance you can come in contact with that metallic component and ground (earth) there is possible potential for electrocution.... GFI may prevent you from dying...
CHUCKLEHEAD69 wrote:IF U DONT HAVE WATER IN YOUR TRAILER IS IT REQUIRED FOR U TO HAVE GFCI'S, crap I'm not yelling sorry. don't most the campgrounds have gfci's at the pole. if it is required I'm thinking of gfci's breakers instead of outlets.thanks in advance
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