So I just picked up my HF Predator 3500 watt inverter. Runs nice a quiet! So my question, it has a grounding lug and the manual says it needs to be grounded and talks about a grounding rod. Ya sure, I am going to carry a 6 foot grounding rod where ever I go.
So who has this same situation? Do you ground? To the trailer frame? to earth? Or just don't worry about it? I am thinking that I will for sure ground to the trailer.
And the next question that popped into my head is ground and bonding.
Just looking for some constructive advice.
Thanks in advance
Steve & Lisa
2015 Montana High Country 353 RL | 2011 F-250 FX-4 Crew Cab
Firestone air bags | Reese Goosebox
Ready to live the dream
The neutral and ground should be bonded. If you do not have an energy management system you probably won't know that you even have a problem if you do not bond them. The risk however is still present. There are several how to threads on the forum. Youtube also has a very quick video on creating a bonding plug.