Originally Posted by dlakeman
My advice is get a qualified RV Repair person or electrician that can troubleshoot your problem on your RV. Trying to troubleshoot via a bunch of people on this Forum could cost you dearly in the long run especially if down the road you have a fire. Electricity should not be left to amateurs.
Some people come here to ask before they take it to a dealer and wait for extended periods of time to get it looked at.
I guess since I am the only one responding your remarks are directed for me. The question he asked is a basic one that owners who do there own repairs would be capable of preforming with just a basic meter. I am the first one to tell anyone "If you are not comfortable doing said repairs take it to a shop" My background is not in electrical repair. But as a owner of these things for over 40+ years and doing my own maintenance I have acquired a pretty good knowledge base for the maintenance and upkeep of my campers.
Obviously if the OP or ANYONE asking a question does not comfortable with the answers / suggested repair they should not attempt it. Most if not all my troubleshooting comes from my own experience. Expert no. Just experienced with a little common sense.
So I will leave this here. IF YOU ASK A QUESTION AND ARE NOT COMFORTABLE IN YOUR ABILITY/KNOWLEDGE TO DO THE TESTS/REPAIRS SUGGESTED THAN DO NOT ATTEMPT IT!!!!