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Old 11-08-2019, 05:41 AM   #21
jimborokz
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Originally Posted by travelin texans View Post
Not sure if your RV is 30 or 50, but if you're hiring an electrician to add a plug go with the 50 amp regardless then use the dog bone adapter to go to 30 amp if that's the case. With the 50 amp installed you're ready for any RV you want to connect, whether 30 or 50 amp, no changes needed when you upgrade to a larger RV.
One other caution, if you or your electrician is putting in 30A be sure he knows it's 120V RV outlet and not a 240V dryer set up. This mistake has fried many a camper.
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