I was just reading on another forum about a person camping in their '63 Compact for the first time. Apparently, they'd tested the electric before leaving home and blew something when they went to hook it up at the campsite. One of the solutions suggested was to purchase a GFCI tester and then an "ohm" meter - the person who suggested this said every camper should have one.
Anyone out there have an opinion, or actually experienced this? Are these good purchases to make? Thanks in advance for your input.
Sometimes, the old 110 inlets cause trouble and not the actual wiring. I think most people do not need the above because they are not familiar with the testers. A visual inspection of the inlet should show whether it needs to be replaced. Don't waste your money on testers you will not use.
Everyone should have the thing Bob posted. No one should have a multimeter unless they are trained to use it or are willing to get that training. That might sound harsh, but wiring decisions are ones you trust your life to when speaking of 120V. JMO