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Old 08-14-2012, 09:05 AM   #29
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In almost 5 years of camping with our Airstream, we have never run into a situation where there was only 50 amp service. But, figuring it has to happen someday, we bought a dogbone adapter several years ago. It has worked—we still haven't had to use it, though if we lose it, then we may have to deal with a 50 amp receptacle.


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