4x4ff Posted July 19, 2016 Report Share Posted July 19, 2016 I don't have a problem just a question that popped into my head the other day. Just got done installing my new inverter to run the fridge while traveling. I was hooking up the chassis ground from the inverter to the chassis. Whenever I set my front jacks and the rear stabilizers I have some big 6 x 6 blocks that I always set them on. So basically the entire unit is isolated from the ground. Should the unit be in contact with the ground in order to 'ground' it in case of an electrical problem or will in not make a difference? I'm not talking about the 12v system I mean the 110v system. Seems to me if the unit was in contact with the ground it could dissipate an electrical short better but then I see everyone using plastic ground pads under all their jacks so not sure if my theory is valid. No biggie...just a random thought that I am sure somebody can explain. Steve Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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