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Monday, December 9, 2019

RVer asks about plugging 30 amp RV into 50 amp service

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A question from an RVtravel.com reader to Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor.Dear Gary,Our motorhome has 30 amp service. We’ll be camping in the near...
Boondocking

Can you plug a friend’s RV into yours to charge his batteries?

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By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician Dear Chris, I am a new RVer and have a new Class C motorhome which we purchased this spring. I have...
RV Electricity

Beware of RV gas pains!

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris When RVers think of gas pains, they may think about the price they have to pay for a fill-up...

How to protect your RV’s electrical system

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By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician A reader wrote in recently who had heard about RVs getting fried by bad wiring in campgrounds, and asked if...

Protect, charge RV batteries with new solar battery box

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By Bob Difley The PowerArmor is a high quality locking aluminum battery box. Developed specifically to prevent increasingly common and expensive battery theft and related...
RV Electricity

No Shock Zone: Part 1: Introduction

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 By Mike SokolWhat follows is the first in a 12-part series about basic electricity for RV users and how to protect yourself and your...

No Shock Zone: Part Two: Multimeters

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 By Mike SokolIf you recall the survey we did July, 2010, in RVtravel.com, you know that 21 percent of the RVers who responded had...
RV Electricity

No Shock Zone: Part Three: Testing campground outlets

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 By Mike SokolA July, 2010 survey in RVtravel.com revealed that 21 percent of RVers who responded had been shocked by their RV. Review the...
RV Electricity

No Shock Zone: Part Four: Preventing hot skin condition

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 By Mike SokolIf you recall the survey we did July, 2010 in RVtravel.com you know that 21 percent of RVers who responded had been...
RV Electricity

RV Shock Zone. Part Five. Exactly what are amps?

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By Mike Sokol If you recall the survey we did July, 2010 in RVtravel.com, you know that 21 percent of RVers who responded had been...
RV Electricity

No Shock Zone: Part VI: Voltage Drop

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 By Mike SokolIf you recall the survey we did July, 2010 in RVtravel.com, you know that 21 percent of RVers who responsed have been...
RV Electricity

No Shock Zone: Part VII: Wattage

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 By Mike SokolIf you recall the survey we did July, 2010 in RVtravel.com, you know that 21 percent of RVers who answered the survey...

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