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Old 12-04-2008, 11:46 PM   #29
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Size the cable for 20A/120VAC and carry adapter to 15A/120VAC because that is the common shore power socket. My heater has Hi/Lo switch and Lo is plenty for my 13'.
Our 5er has an 1000 watt microwave, coffee maker, cube heater, 12v lights and a water pump. We've found that by setting the cube heater to "low" we can keep warm and still run any one other appliance without overloading our 15 amp circuit.
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Old 12-07-2008, 02:11 PM   #30
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If anyone is looking for a single weather proof outlet, there is a lot of 3 on ebay, ending Dec-12-08 06:47:53 PST

Currently sitting at $0.99 - these list at over $40 each. I know, I ordered one in earlier this year.
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If anyone is looking for a single weather proof outlet, there is a lot of 3 on ebay, ending Dec-12-08 06:47:53 PST

Currently sitting at $0.99 - these list at over $40 each. I know, I ordered one in earlier this year.
I just went and looked at these and it looks like they are female outlets. Just thought I'd mention it since they'd normally be on the other end (i.e. the power post or side of garage), and the male receptacle would be on the camper.

(Not saying you didn't already know that, Roy, 'cause I'm sure you did; but it took me a second to figure out what wasn't quite " right" for putting one on the side of my Boler, so I thought I'd mention it.)

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Old 12-09-2008, 01:01 AM   #32
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I just went and looked at these and it looks like they are female outlets.
You are right Raya!
Maybe, I should have posted "Female" before outlet. Sorry for the confusion.

I got both, one innie and one outie.

The (Male) innie is going where the old input was and the (Female) outie is going curbside. The outie comes close to fitting the old water tank inlet hole and will give me 120V power on that side of the trailer. The water change over is another story.

The matching Male inlet is part # HBL61CM64 and there is one Buy it now on ebay stores for $30
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