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Old 08-06-2011, 06:28 PM   #15
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Any rv that has a 50 amp hookup has 240 vac available on the inside of the rv. They may not use it but they have it. Many don't use it because when they connect to a 30 amp pedestal, the 240 vac dryer or stove top wouldn't work. So they use a 120 vac dryer or stove top. I agree if you hook up to a 3 wire dryer connection of old you have a big problem. The good news is all dryer hookups for quite some time have been 4 wire.
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Old 08-07-2011, 12:55 PM   #16
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apprently this one was set-up this way and you are right about
the dryer hook-up it wont work.... but it is a 240v set-up as
strange as it may sound and its stock. At the trl fuse box it splits
to 2 120v circuits. Thanks for the input. Now it the process of
wiring a proper hook- up for it
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