Prevent ‘frying’ RV appliances and electronics at RV parks

Prevent ‘frying’ RV appliances and electronics at RV parks

It’s not unusual for your RV to be exposed to faulty campground electrical wiring like Open Neutral, Open Ground and Reverse Polarity. If ignored when hooking up at a campground or rv park, such conditions can damage or destroy appliances and expensive electronics. In this short video, Mark Polk demonstrates how several inexpensive Surge Guard RV Power Protectors can help ensure you stay out of trouble. For more information about products mentioned in this DIY series from RV Education 101, visit .

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  1. jack rooke
    jack rooke 5 January, 2022, 18:39

    Started using this item and✡>share4.photo/PRVSurgeProtector?$҄    it has already saved me from damage to my camper. The camp ground that I was staying at had experienced electrical problems during the night which did cause many trailers problems that did not have this product. Great value

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  2. Mr Paul Grimm
    Mr Paul Grimm 5 January, 2022, 18:39

    Love my keystone Laredo

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  3. Tuna Fish
    Tuna Fish 5 January, 2022, 18:39

    Nice but no prices.

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  4. c Shep
    c Shep 5 January, 2022, 18:39

    great, for a sales pitch….

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  5. life of a jeeper
    life of a jeeper 5 January, 2022, 18:39

    Thank you for this video, I am new to rving and living in my rv full time and SO MUCH to learn my head is spinning. I never gave a thought of campground connections like this.

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  6. sprocket580
    sprocket580 5 January, 2022, 18:39

    I had my A/C start capacitor burn out because of this. Thanks for the video.

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