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Old 08-06-2013, 09:21 PM   #15
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Awesome thanks, so if it's a dry location, no power. A propane tank should be enough juice to run the fridge for a weekend?
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Awesome thanks, so if it's a dry location, no power. A propane tank should be enough juice to run the fridge for a weekend?
Should but remember your hot water heater and stove will use propane too.
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Should but remember your hot water heater and stove will use propane too.
Who needs hot showers lol Jk. Thanks
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[QUOTE=topdownman;1673626]Searching through the forum will get you a lot of answers, but I can maybe help a bit.

1. Deodorizer, sewer hose, sewer donut, extra extension cords, extra hoses, leveling blocks are good to have, credit card...

Extension cord - not one of those orange ones! If your trailer has 30 amp service then you need a 30 amp extension cord. A 30 amp. surge protector is also a MUST.
Extra hoses - an approved drinking water hose and an extra "anything" hose (wash truck/trailer, etc.)
Sewer hose - there are hoses of all variations of quality and price. There are also many, many attachments and other goodies to buy here.
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I second the surge protector.

Check out Progressive Industries. They will have 2 - 30 amp units. One that you hard wire in and one that plugs in in-line between the park's pedestal and your rig.

One bad park power issue through the pedestal and the surge protector will more than pay for its self.

Mine has saved me twice in the last 2 years.

I was in Anaheim and a spike took out the surge protector. I sent it out by FedEx on a Monday and had it back repaired on Wednesday of the same week. The guys at progressive are great.
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I second the surge protector.

Check out Progressive Industries. They will have 2 - 30 amp units. One that you hard wire in and one that plugs in in-line between the park's pedestal and your rig.

One bad park power issue through the pedestal and the surge protector will more than pay for its self.

Mine has saved me twice in the last 2 years.

I was in Anaheim and a spike took out the surge protector. I sent it out by FedEx on a Monday and had it back repaired on Wednesday of the same week. The guys at progressive are great.
Lots to learn and I'm sure I'm in the right place. Thanks
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