I am a brand new RV virgin. I have no yet even picked up my 35SF Four Winds. But when I do next week, I will have to park it in the driveway for a few days until the new parking spot is finished. Of course, the grandkids are gonna go crazy, so while it is parked in the drive I'll want to plug it in to keep it cool on the inside. Can I plug it into a regular 110 household plug, or will I need a 220? Ross the virgin.
Mr Obvious would point out that on 110, the A/C along with the refrig will be a full load. Leave the water heater off, and don't even think of running the microwave, or a hair dryer, etc. Also, turn the A/C off before you plug in.
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