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galscotty 08-30-2008 03:33 PM

incoming power
 
On the Airstream 27' International 1970 where do you plug in incoming power? We are complete newbies just got our Airstream this Thursday.


Nona & Joe:bb:

xrvr 08-30-2008 04:13 PM

My 1970 LY has the power cord in the bumper storage area. zz

xrvr 08-30-2008 04:16 PM

This cord can be plugged into any correct RV receptical or with an adapter to a 15 amp regular one. zz

garry 08-30-2008 05:02 PM

The cord is in the rear bumper and should have a RV type plug on the end.
The plug will not plug into a standard outlet but there is an adapter that will allow you to plug into a standard 120VAC outlet at your home.

While the plug looks like a 220VAC plug it is a special RV plug and NOT intended for 220V.

Garry

69AmbassFl 08-30-2008 05:19 PM

my 69 Ambassador also is in rear bumper, Where in Jax do you live as I am in Orange Park?

galscotty 09-01-2008 04:37 PM

We Live.
 
We live on Marlee Road, near Arglye , right off Shinler Drive.

Nona

galscotty 09-01-2008 04:43 PM

Thanks everyone, we found it!!!

Joe & Nona

clancy_boy 09-01-2008 04:45 PM

If you plug it into a normal 15A or 20A 110V outlet using an adaptor - which you can get at WalMart - make sure it's only to run the lights and a few other items. Do not use the adaptor setup to run the AC - it cannot handle it and may damage the AC.

A new power outlet for the RV can be bought at Home Depot and wired in for a nominal fee by a certified electrician.

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