Originally Posted by Hippiern
any chance this problem goes away by connecting a grounding wire and rod? and, how elaborate to these need to be? i wouldnt wanna lug around no 8 foot grounding rod.
No, the problem is that GFCIs can not be daisey chained.
If you don't care about the warranty, you could just take the GFCI in the generator out and take a trip to Lowes. Buy a same size/style outlet that is NON-GFCI and rated at 20 amps. NOT an El Cheapo 15 amp one.
If you are not handy with houshold electrics, selling that one to a neighbor as an emergency generator (like for sump pumps) and buying a Honda 2000 is your only option.
DO NOT change the GFCIs in the camper to standard outlets. You will put your family at risk when you use shore power.
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