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Old 08-13-2019, 11:39 AM   #1
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Leprechaun 311FS question

Does anyone know if the 311fs is prewired for the second a/c. It gets hot in south Texas.
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That coach is wired for 30 amp service so I don't see how it could be prepped for a 2nd AC. You would need the 2nd AC to have a dedicated power supply that you plug into a separate outlet at the pedestal.

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Old 09-06-2019, 04:37 PM   #3
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30 AMP RV with the roof air. Look at amp loads. I might not want to overload your 30 AMP with a 2nd unit. I suppose this would work...but not much else will work. Microwave. Hair Dryer. Etc. eat power and you will be blowing fuses or transfer switches.
This summer (Only 1 AC unit) on a hot day after traveling. Stopped for the night. Hooked up to shore power. Powered up the Air, the water heater, and a floor fan...then started the Micro to warm dinner...POOF no power. Transfer box blew up and melted. It was a very hot night...Do do that
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