Originally Posted by Scoutr2
My trailer has a 50 amp connection and cord. I believe the sticker above the twist-on connection says I am rated for 50 amp 110V OR 220V. Do I understand that correctly that I can plug into 220V 50 amp, should I ever need to?
There are plenty of old appliance standard 3 wire 50 amp circuits out there. Don't use those. But 4 wire 220/110 50amp is what you need. 2 hots a netural and a ground all matched up from one end to the other and you are good to go.
Anytime I am in doubt I run on 30 amps through an adapter. The only risk in 30 amp 110 circuit is low voltage and I can check that. That is why my 50 to 30 amp adapter plug is my go-to device if I can't/don't trust the 50amp circuit.
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