Our galvanic isolator is going off, which of course is indicating some stray current. I am suspecting it relates to the bonding system.
I don't totally understand the bonding system, but it consists, on our boat, of a large green wire between the bronze thru-hulls. Apparently the bonding system is connections between metal fittings to short out any voltages that might otherwise develop.
The galvanic isolator started beeping this weekend (after a storm) so I looked at where the bonding wire (a large green wire) connects to the 50amp connector. It goes to the Quicksilver Galvanic Isolator, as do the the wires to the bronze thru-hulls. The bonding wire was loose and popped out of the connector. I stuck it back in but couldn't get the galvanic isolator to stop, so I just turned off the shore-power breaker for this week while we're not there.
I realize it could be stray current from another boat, not ours, but when I turn off our shore power it stops. So I am thinking it is where the bonding wire goes into our 50 amp connector.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to where our problem could be and what tests to do to check it? Any keys to replacing this inlet?