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Old 04-27-2008
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Hi Dale,

It's a lot of cords to haul around but it does give you some options.

Keep in mind that when you plug the 50 Amp cord into 50 Amp shore power you have 50 Amps of power available on EACH leg of your breaker panel for a total of 100 Amps to run your electrical devices.

If you are able to use (2) 30 Amp outlets you should have 30 Amps of power available on EACH leg of your breaker panel for a total of 60 Amps to run your electrical devices.

When you have just the 30 Amp to 50 Amp cheater cord plugged into 30 amps you only have a total of 30 Amps to power the whole coach.
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