Originally Posted by shark918v
That wasn't the issue. I just took the trailer of the second GFCI and plugged it directly into the garage wall.
No dice. I reset the trailers GFCI plugged in the radio and click. The breaker tripped.
Any other ideas????
And most importantly---> THANK YOU FOR ANY AND ALL INPUT, IDEAS AND OR SUGGESTIONS.
Have you checked to make sure your water heaters electrical heating element hasn't burned out, especially if you have a Suburban brand water heater? This happens fairly frequently.
Depending on how they burn out, they can cause seemingly unexplained breaker tripping, as we have seen before.
You should be able to either unplug the water heater from it's power source, turn off it's breaker inside the trailer, and make sure the black switch is off on the front of the heater that controls the electric heating element.
We;ve also seen bad grounds in the RV, power cord, extension cord, or the adapter you must be using cause problems too.