[QUOTE=Beau388;258317]Humm, so where does the current go when it leaves the hot wire? Since there is no current on the ground wire or else the circuit breaker would trip there is only one wire left. If you trust - Ask the Electrician.com -
The Neutral Wire
The purpose of the neutral wire is to complete the 120volt AC circuit by providing the path back to the electrical panel where the neutral wire is connected and bonded to the earth ground. The neutral is an insulated wire because it is part of the circuit which flows electrical current.
I might mention that there can be only one bond between the neutral and the ground. That can be the coach's generator or the house's main electrical panel or campgrounds main electrical panel, but never in the coach's main electrical panel.
It will go through you to ground, you're going to complete the circuit. Tet it fixed!!!/QUOTE]