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Wednesday, September 18, 2019
RV Electricity

RV Electricity – No~Shock~Zone by Mike Sokol – Issue 13

Issue 13 • December 2, 2018 Mike Sokol, editor Brought to you as a public service by RVtravel.com. Support comes from our sponsors, advertisers and the...
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RV Electricity – Tired pedestals are dangerous

Hi Mike, We just spent a long weekend at Disney's Fort Wilderness for our grandson's birthday. Everyone talks about the very high prices for everything...
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RV Electricity – Don’t fix a blown fuse like this!

By Mike Sokol Dear Readers, I just saw this rather disturbing picture of a couple of bullets used to replace blown fuses in a vehicle, and...
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RV Electricity – Electric space heater safety, Part 1

By Mike Sokol This is a special two-part article on a topic that's not only seasonal, it's very important to your safety, both in your...
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RV Electricity – Is it a leak or a noisy water heater element?

By Mike Sokol From the Redwood Owners Forum, My water heater started to make a noise tonight. It sounded like a leak. After fiddling around a...
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RV battery disconnect switches: how, when and why

By Steve Savage, Mobility RV Service Got a battery disconnect switch on your RV and wonder how to use it? Whether your switch is the...
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Road Signs – “Soft” retirement?

OK, I'm rapidly approaching the age when I can completely retire if I like, and many of my friends and family are urging me...
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Road Signs # 17 – You are what you eat!

By Mike Sokol You are what you eat! Since my recent survey on whether you prefer to have ketchup or mustard on your hot dog/corn dog...
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Road Signs # 18 – What I’ve learned from kittens…

By Mike Sokol It's spring and time for many animals to give birth to their young. I just happen to have a bunch of brand-new...
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Technician Training (or lack thereof)?

Why we need more RV technician training By Mike Sokol You all see the type of electrical knowledge I'm bringing to the consumer side of the...
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How to protect yourself from ungrounded power

Dear Readers, I just had the opportunity to write about something I’ve never previously discussed in any RVtravel article or forum – but I believe...
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Thirty- and fifty-amp GFCIs in campgrounds – not a good idea

By Mike Sokol I received a number of inquiries last week about possible changes to the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC) and how it might...
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