I had posted #9, and I could tell by the following posts, that I did not make it clear enough on the AC check. You should use a polarity checker. You will need a 20 ampfemale to a 30amp adapter to be able to check your 30amp at the pole. The breakers will take care of the amp situation, but a voltage meter always plugged into a receptacle in the unit is a good plan. You want your voltage to be above 105, and below 128. If the power is either way of those two prarmeters, it is a good plan to turn off AC powered equipment until it improves.
Use 4 ought steel wool to keep the prongs on your electrical plug shiny and bright. I won't recommend this practice due to someone doing it wrong, however, I always turn the breaker off on the tower, and use a plastic handled diamond dust fingernail file to clean the female receptacle as well. All this cuts resistance WAYYY down.
2000 390 Landyacht XL
1989 29' Excella
WBCCI #6673 jerry Hodge
Have no intention of arriving at the grave safely, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand,throttle in the other, totally worn out and screaming
"WOO HOO, WHAT A RIDE!"