by George Maksim
Question: When you plug in your RV should you disconnect your batteries? I have noticed that if I plug in my RV that if I go to take power wire to my one battery that supplies juice to my interior lights I get zapped also if both batteries are hooked up and its plugged in if you have damp hands you will get zapped on metal parts of RV like door and step.
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