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Old 12-19-2015, 02:26 AM   #2
RustyJC
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Brand: DRV
Model: Mobile Suites 38RSSA
State: Texas
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THOR #2754
Yes, the 30 amp main breaker in your RV's power distribution panel (breaker box) means that your RV can never draw more than 30 amps without tripping the breaker. You need to purchase a 50 amp male to 30 amp female dogbone adapter to plug your RV's shore power cord into the 50 amp receptacle in the power pedestal.


That aside, most power pedestals that provide 50 amp service also have 30 and 20 amp receptacles as well.

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