I'd like to replace a two-prong 120V outlet in my 1961
Safari with a 3-prong outlet but I'm not sure what to do with the ground on a 3-prong outlet. It still has the original wiring.
I've read where you can replace a two-prong outlet with a GFCI (with a "No Equipment Ground" label).
I haven't checked the electric box but when I connect to shore power, is the frame (and shell) connected to the ground? Could I just connect the ground terminal on a standard 3-prong outlet to the shell / frame or is it better to leave it not connected to anything and go the GFCI route?
Anyone know the proper way to handle this situation?