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Old 03-24-2013, 09:46 PM   #1
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A/C power lifeline to trailer

I am needing to run A/C power (from the genset) to an enclosed trailer when parked to run lights and recepts..........30A should do it, wondering if it could come off the ATS or have to come from the coach breaker panel? Or am I just drawing a blank about where to connect an extension cord? Advice appreciated........... JB
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My generator has a 30A outlet that required an adapter for it to fit the power cord from the trailer. If you have a Progressive Industries wired in you have to follow their recommendation.
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Your Gen, shore power cord and load center would wire out of your TS.
When GEN operating would supple 110 to TT if not than supplied by shore power.

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