Something that never made sense to me, is that the 3 prong 30 amp plug that my RV uses is exactly the same in appearance as the 3 prong 30 amp plug that is on my clothes dryer in the house.
Problem is, the dryer is 220 volts, and the RV is 120 volts. Plug is the same, but the wiring is different.
Many times, this is not explained anywhere but on places like this forum.
By the way, the easiest way to tell if you are not familiar with the outlet, is to check the circuit breaker. IF 220 like the dryer, the circuit breaker will be a double sized one, and if 120 like the RV, the breaker will be a single sized one.
Karl I. Sagal KarlSagal@Gmail.com
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1988 Fleetwood Southwind, 34'