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Old 05-10-2019, 12:16 PM   #10
Debspinkpanther
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Originally Posted by TurnerFam View Post
not sure what you mean here - if you have Shore Power, and you have no tripped breakers in your RV, then there is no reason 'plugging in' these items would not work. Does the refrigerator work? Is it the type that only works on 120v power, like in a house, or is it a 'rv fridge' that is working on the propane? Do your phone chargers work when plugged into an outlet? Do you have an electric water heater, and is it ON?

Is the shore power 20amp breaker tripping? Are any of your RV's breakers tripping?

Tell us 'exactly' what you are doing, and what is happening 'when' you do it, and we can help more...

You may have to also understand that your friend's house's 20amp outlet that you are plugged into, may also be used by your friend - so all the 'amps' may not be available to you and your RV. If the 20amp outlet is shared with other outlets on the same circuit in the house, then other things in the house are also using this power, limiting you and your RV to even LESS amps, before the 20amp breaker trips.
I'm just asking what low voltage appliances other people have found
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