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Old 11-28-2021, 04:22 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by n1282x View Post
If you are just traveling around the country, handling the big thick 50 amp cord becomes a real pain in the ***. If you're not using two air conditioners you can get by with considerably less power. Find yourself the twist lock 50 amp to 15 amp adapter. For a quick overnight stay you can easily power your entire coach off of a 15 amp outlet and not have to worry about the struggling with the thick 50 amp cord
As mentioned before there is no reason to haul a heavy Bulky thermoplastic insulated 50 amp cable. There are lighter and far more flexible cable options than what the unit came with. Making a cable using SOOW cable that is easy to handle and store, solves the issues of 50 amp cable.
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