Is this outlet outside?
Originally Posted by STEWARDORNG
Thanks guys we did change the outlet to a regular one without the gfi everything works just fine. As far as inlaws go i don't know about them staying with me, but if they have to the trailer would be better than in my house!
If so you need to make sure it is a GFI receptacle or protected by a GFIC Breaker. If you have a non-protected receptacle outside you are in violation of the electrical code and have placed you and others in a possible hazardous situation. The purpose of the GFI receptacle is for the protection which reacts quicker than a standard unprotected receptacle. That's why they are used in bathrooms and garages. Any place where water might come in contact with both elctric and a human needs to be protected by a GFIC. If you have a receptacle outside your trailer or in the kitchen they're on a GFIC. They may not be GFIC Receptacles at every outlet but are protected by one in the line or a GFIC Circuit Breaker.
Get an electrician to run a dedicated circuit for your trailer. The expense is less than someone getting seriously hurt or worse.