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RE: Crazy static pop while waxing/cleaning motorhome

... I get POPPED bigtime when I wipe over a metal object (a bin door lock, or screw). ... You are getting popped because there is a conductive path to Earth Ground just as there should be. Only solution is to wear a conductive bracelet and wire from your body parts (ie wrist or ankle) to Earth/Ground/Chassis so you do not build a static charge.
Harvard 04/20/22 10:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: No gas to cook top

There could also be oil in the line to the stovetop blocking the flow. x2, which congeals when cold but flows when warmer OAT.
Harvard 04/10/22 01:05pm Tech Issues
RE: Storage RV lot with GFIC breakers

Another thing not mentioned thus far is the stray capacitance (C) between H/G and N/G. For each RV on the circuit the stray C is cumulative. The common misconception is that the H/G leakage is approximately equal to the N/G leakage so there is no difference in leakage current. This is not the case because the H/G VAC is 120 where as the N/G VAC is close to ZERO.
Harvard 03/26/22 10:29am Tech Issues
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