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Old 11-11-2014, 04:53 PM   #21
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I guess what I was saying is the outlet is an industry standard 50A 240VAC - even though most RVs don't use it for 240VAC, there are some new MH that do, and many 5th wheel owners take advantage of the "standard" 50A service for wiring their own 240V dryers. It would really be a disappointment to plug in and find out you don't have 240 available. The campsite is probably out of line on that one with regard to the Code.

Now as far as I know, the 30A 110V receptacle used in campsites was created in the code for RV use. I don't think that particular receptacle is used in any other application. The problem is it has outlived itself.
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