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Old 06-27-2019, 04:21 AM   #1
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AC Easy Start On 110V Wall Outlet

I know the easy start will allow you to run the AC on a 2K generator but will it also allow you to run it on a regular 110V, 15 amp wall outlet? I had the Easy Starts installed on both my AC's at JC this past Winter and I am camping this weekend at a campground that only has 110 electric and it's going to be 90+ degrees! Oh, and the campground doesn't allow generators.
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Unless it's really old, a regular 110 outlet should be 20 amp. that works fine with EasyStart.
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Yes it will work fine.
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Yup. Works great actually if one is cautious to keep other loads off. A significant one being the converter charger.

I believe on most AS's, one will have to turn off the 120V breaker manually in the trailer, that serves the converter.

In my '07 vintage 27FB, at the power center, it is breaker circuit #2. You can see the sticker below the breakers which lists "Cir.2 20A Converter-Desk Bedroom Recepts".

Counting from the left, this would be the 3rd breaker position, as the very first breaker position is actually the "30A Main" input.

I largely leave my converter charger off these days as I have significant solar to do all the charging. So I added the red switch to only turn off the converter.

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