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DIY: Safe way to test the ground wire “bond” to the RV frame

  Dear Mike, You talk a lot about RV grounding and bonding, and I understand that the frame of the RV is supposed to be...

Can RV parking under power lines cause a dangerous ‘hot skin’ condition?

  Dear Mike, I’ve been reading about hot-skin voltages on your No-Shock-Zone site for a while and have come up with a really strange one....

Hooking up 50-amp trailer to 30-amp service at campground

Hello Mike, If you have a 50-amp trailer and 30-amp service is the only service available at the campground post, can you show me a...

How generator neutral-ground bonding for an RV works

  Hi Mike, First off, let me thank you for all the hard work you’ve put into No~Shock~Zone. It has been so educational as a...

Online resource explains motorhome electrical systems

  A new e-learning video is now available from Progressive Dynamics, Inc. as part of its Online Learning Center. Available on the company’s website,...

Proper RV chassis grounding to prevent “hot skin” condition

  Dear Mike, I stumbled on noshockzone.org and it has been very informative. Thanks for the time you have put into it. I am in...

Beware of dangerous “Reflected Hot-Skin Condition”!

  Hello, Mike, I just happened across your YouTube video on camper hot-skin conditions and I had to relate my first experience with it. We...

How often does RV hot-skin wiring occur?

  Dear Mike, Regarding the three essential testers (Digital Multi-Meter, Non-Contact Voltage Tester, and Circuit Analyzer) mentioned in the video from Gary Bunzer in...

RVer put dimmer switch in bathroom — Why didn’t it work?

  Hey Mike, I tried to change out the On-Off wall switch in my camper bathroom to a dimmer switch and it didn’t work. Now...

Non-contact voltage tester and false positive results

  Hey Mike, I'm hoping you can answer a question I have. I've tried the Internet, but I think you may be the only person...