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Old 10-25-2012, 06:25 PM   #15
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just got home while searching for a breaker box which I did not find, I found the electrical cord! Beautiful 20 ft long and designed to plug into a household outlet!Also I found the manual for the hydraulic jacks, still looking for the manuals for a wedgewood stove,hydro flame furnance, and the small refridgerator.

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Old 10-26-2012, 12:31 AM   #16
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Lookie har !
prolly wut you need !!!.. 30 amp female to 15 amp male..
great rig..
( this is the adaptor that will work , assuming yours is wire per NEMA standards.. )

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This was replaced this year with a brand new 2017 Toyota Tundra and a 2018 FOREST RIVER WILDWOOD HERITAGE GLEN 24RLSHL
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Old 10-29-2012, 07:13 PM   #17
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Prior to the 70's, most campers only required a standard 15 amp household plug. They started installing Air Conditioning units in the 70's which required the higher 30 amp plug.

This became the standard 30 amp RV connector. In the 90's the bigger rigs used more AC's so they started using 50 amp service. Basically, all sites have 30 amp service however most also have 50 amp service also in the same electrical box. Not unusual to also see 15 amp, 30 amp and 50 amp service in the electrical panel at an RV park. They make adaptors to to convert between each of style of conector.



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