Originally Posted by missbusybusy
So the cable has spurs from it ?
Will the cable then go on to feed another post ?
Your house will be on the same cable as all the houses locally but this should not have any effect on the integrity of your supply. Sockets on campsites will be wired up in in
a similar manner. Each box should have its own overall "fuse" and each socket should also have its own "fuse".
If the mains supply has sufficient capacity and the cables are adequate and well maintained then there should be no problem.
However weather protection is not always good with campsite electrics and damp can often cause problems with electrics in the boxes and in your own extension lead.
What you need to do is check each stage of the electrics, one by one.
Check electrical devices for problems and wattage, internal fuses for capacity and integrity, mh
ehu socket, extension lead (try another!) and then try another box somewhere else on the site to see if the problem still persists. If it appears to be a general site problem then only the owner can sort the matter out.
Generally I find that the electrics on good quality EU sites is much better than it used to be and I find few problems. Even the dreaded reversed polarity is less general these days.