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 +[[lifestyle:​words_of_wisdom|Words of Wisdom]]: "​...most people think that to have “RV” type shore power you need those special 30/50 amp plugs. I have a 115v plug. The male end of an extension cord (heavy gauge) that I have cable tied to the inside of my receiver hitch so it’s hidden."​ -- Captain_Dapper((https://​www.reddit.com/​r/​vandwellers/​comments/​cnt2o0/​my_stealth_window_unit_setup/​ewhggpj/​))
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 ====== Shore power ====== ====== Shore power ======
 Shore power is AC power derived from the electric grid.  The most common places RVers use shore power is when plugged in at someone'​s house  or at an RV park with full hookups (FHU). Shore power is AC power derived from the electric grid.  The most common places RVers use shore power is when plugged in at someone'​s house  or at an RV park with full hookups (FHU).
electrical/shore_power.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/09 21:14 by frater_secessus