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Old 01-27-2012, 07:43 AM   #1
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Skylark electrical

Have not found much information on the Skylark electrical capacity. Was wondering if anyone can tell us :

If there are sufficient outlets?
Is the skaylark a regular 30 amp trailer?
Are there places to charge cell phones I-pads etc?
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Have not found much information on the Skylark electrical capacity. Was wondering if anyone can tell us :

If there are sufficient outlets?
Is the skaylark a regular 30 amp trailer?
Are there places to charge cell phones I-pads etc?
Thanks
Owners Manual seems to imply it's a 30 amp service but it doesn't mention the number or location of receptacles.

http://www.jayco.com/php/products/ow...ual.php?id=377
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The trailer is 30 amp. Mine is in storage, but if I recall correctly, there are 3 double port outlets inside and 1 outside. We have had no issues with using or charging our electrical toys (i.e. TV, cell phones, IPad, etc)
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Thanks for the info everyone
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plenty of outlets

The Skylark is equipped with ample 110-120v outlets inside as well as outside. There is also, I believe, mine is in storage also, a USB port on your Audio system.
The electrical system is a 30 amp system.
Have never had anything I could not plug in. Good luck with your Skylark.
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An outlet by the lav sink, the master bed, under the table, under the j steel, a few by the kitchen.
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The Skylark is equipped with ample 110-120v outlets inside as well as outside. There is also, I believe, mine is in storage also, a USB port on your Audio system.
The electrical system is a 30 amp system.
Have never had anything I could not plug in. Good luck with your Skylark.
Thanks for the info. We wanted to explore the idea of a skylark before closing the deal on our first choice but we ended up sticking with the 23J and now it's just that hard wait till spring.
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Congratulations and good luck with your new unit. Can only relate to the difficulty of having to wait til spring. As they say been there and done that. Regardless, best wishes and happy motoring.
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Congratulations and good luck with your new unit. Can only relate to the difficulty of having to wait til spring. As they say been there and done that. Regardless, best wishes and happy motoring.
Thanks rog, we are very excited bforce still have a soft spot for the skylark. We loved its design and it's weight but had to opt for more room for the grandkids sigh....
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