Originally Posted by sleeepr
That is the most likely scenario. Heavy home extension (14ga) but long. Outlet is in the outbuilding away from the main service as well. At least this gives me something solid to go on, and less likely a gremlin in the rig. Thanks to all.
The easiest thing to do would buy extra 30 amp camper extension cords. That way you would have extra when you camp too. With extra cords, you can park your camper where you want and be less reliant on pedestal location.
With 30 amp camper cords, you'll have 10 gauge conductors... which will minimize voltage drop for your home situation.
Just plug your adapter right in to the receptacle.
Walmart is the quickest and easiest place to buy the 30 amp camper cords.
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