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  • MrsJones
    MrsJonesNew RVillagers Group:
    July 16, 2020How do you hook a 5th wheel up to house electricity? I have a 30 amp and I’m told it can plug into a 110 outlet or something, I just don’t know how/what converter to get. Pictures would help a ton, I’m a visual kind of person.
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    • MrsJones
      Johnnandon July 16, 2020 You need a 30 amp to 15 amp adapter, also called a dog one. You'll need to limit your use of electricity so you don't trip a breaker or overload anything in the house supply.
    • MrsJones
      Johnnandon July 16, 2020 Stupid autocorrect. That's dogbone
    • MrsJones
    • MrsJones
      Kevin & Leslie July 16, 2020 Seriously limit the things you use. Watch out things like fridges, hot water, TVs, phone chargers, computers, ... those small things that you typically forget.

      And limit the length of the heavy duty outdoor extension cord.
    • MrsJones
      Bill Joyce (and wife Diane Melde) July 16, 2020 A decent electrician can put an RV 30AMP connection on the outside of your house if you want to run the air conditioner and other appliances that will overload a 15 amp breaker.  We had one at our previous house.  Don't hook to or put in a cloth...  more
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      • MrsJones
        MrsJones July 16, 2020 Someone else told me that too. They said their kid borrowed their trailer and did that. It was a disaster!
    • MrsJones
      Bandit455 July 16, 2020 Agreed on watching your current draw on 15 amp. You can easily run your fridge, I also run my water heater on electric, if I am prepping for a trip, no AC though.
    • MrsJones
      MrsJones July 16, 2020 Thank you all!
    • MrsJones
      MrsJones July 16, 2020 So if I ran my water heater and fridge on propane, can I run only my AC on a 15 amp? That’s if I didn’t have anything else on electricity, lights off and nothing plugged into outlets inside the camper. We are traveling to see our former Pastor seve...  more
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      • MrsJones
        Bandit455 July 16, 2020 Maybe. This is something you would have to research. Do you have a power management system to indicate current draw? Do you have anything to monitor voltage? If their home is newer, they just may have a 20 amp circuit for exterior outlets. I would park as...  more
    • MrsJones
      Kevin & Leslie July 16, 2020 Another question would be 13500 BTU or 15000 BTU Air Conditioner? 15000, probably not 15 amp maybe 20 amp. 13500 probably on a dedicated 15 amp. A newish 20 amp has a horizontal slot halfway on one side. Either should work on a dedicated 20 amp. ...  more
    • MrsJones
      Glamper Queen July 18, 2020 You will need additional electrical cords to convert your camper cord (ours is a 50 amp) to 30 amp and then to 110.  We have what’s called a whip...it’s a small cord that converts the 50 amp to 30. This is very important to have. Many campgrounds don...  more
    • MrsJones
      MrsJones July 18, 2020 So I guess it would just be best to find an RV spot in the hot months. Thanks so much for all the info. It was way more then what I ever imagined!!
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