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Old 05-11-2014, 02:33 AM   #4
Lloyd
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THOR #124
If it's wired and supported for the 2nd unit, you could set up a 120V recept. in one of the compartments and just run a extra extension cord out to the post for that unit. Probably wouldn't need to big of a one for the 2nd. So there wouldn't be any issue with 120V handling it.
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