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Old 07-13-2011, 10:03 AM   #15
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In your second photo, some of the wires appear to be discolored where they attach to the breakers. this is usually due to loose connections. Make sure the screws are tight.
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Old 07-13-2011, 10:09 AM   #16
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In the photo above, I noticed that you don't have "box connectors" on any of the wiring going into the panel. I would recommend installing them to prevent the wires from chafing on the edge of the holes.
There are arguements both ways on GFIC breakers. I believe the most important thing is to make sure the trailer is wired correctly. Routine checking and maintenance is important. As in the problem you had. The breaker GFI breaker did not and would not have prevented getting shocked.
Adding mores plugs, when done will add box connectors

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The breaker GFI breaker did not and would not have prevented getting shocked.
Point well taken ..............
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