For some new to RVing, electricity is a mysterious force — one difficult to sort out. I want to plug it in at home but I only have a typical outlet — 20 amps, I think. Will it hurt to plug my RV in and use it? And how can I do it? The big power consumers — air conditioners and water heaters with electric option, for example — will have to learn how to share — run one biggy, shut it off, turn on another. Most other stuff, like lighting, fans and water pump, will all probably be happy to coexist and operate at the same time.
Compared to tent camping, one of the best perks to camping with an RV is that you get to live like a king or queen on an electric throne.
By gaylemarloweJuly 16, in Electrical. I know you knowledgeable fellas have answered this before, but could not find it in the old posts. I want to install a 30 amp rv plug on the house exterior and question whether the 30 amp is or ? Our electrician is also questioning it.
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