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Old 04-12-2015, 10:11 AM   #1
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Fifth wheel air conditioner

Is the air conditioner 120 volts or 220
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Should be 120. I've never heard of 220 on an RV.
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All the systems inside your RV are 120v, including the a/c units.

There are only a very few coaches that use any 220v power inside, e.g. Prevost and the like.
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Thanks for the response that helps
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