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Old 12-01-2015, 07:40 PM   #15
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Are all of the plugs the same? Will this be the correct outlet

GE 50-Amp Temporary RV Power Outlet-U054P - The Home Depot
They don't list the NEMA number for that outlet, maybe I missed it, but it looks correct. As far as RV 50 amp 240v outlets, there's only one, NEMA 14-50. Ground, 2 hots and neutral.
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That is the correct outlet for a 50 amp RV. It also is the same for and electric stove. The enclosure is also correct as it sheds rain. Same as have at my houses.
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