700$ in a blown convertor. The RV shop replaced it with the Intelli-power 4600 series unit. Oh and a LED TV which was less than 2 weeks old.
The trailer which had the rolling smoke pot ended up with $3,552 in damage.
Insurance company is citing the power company. Power company looked at all photos and location of where incident occured and denied responsibility due to they own only up to and including the meters coming into the property.
Their Insurance company wants us to post to our own insurance (loose claim free status, and damage deposit).
However when you know the Chief Electrical Inspector its easy to submit photos and other items noted and have them go to the site as a safety risk and DIG DIG DIG... up what appears to be substandard wiring below code.
In the MP's we have a common saying in that "it sucks to be you".
Justice is about to be served.
2009 Heartland Sundance 31.5 XLT bunkhouse
2013 Ford F150 XTR ECOBOOST
"Of the troops - For the troops "