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Old 03-06-2016, 08:28 PM   #1
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110 inlet location?

I was staying at a friends house and just assumed I could plug into shore power using a standard 110 extension cord. Could not find it. Tried the Manual but it was not much help.

Does it exist in my 2013 30ft International?

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Old 03-06-2016, 08:39 PM   #2
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Your shore power cord has a 30amp 120v plug. You need an adapter in order to plug into a 15amp or 20amp 120v outlet.

So-called "dogbone" adapters with a 90 bend on the 15-amp end work best because they don't put as much weight cantilevered off the outlet.
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You can plug into a standard household outlet with the adapter shown above. Keep in mind that if you do this, you will not have sufficient amperage to run your air conditioner or heat pump. I would also suggest against using the electric water heater function.

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Or, if he's a very good friend, and you go there often, you could pay to install a 30 amp outlet. My family has them already.


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Of its a gfci outlet it will likely pop. Needs to be non gfci.
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