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Old 11-25-2020, 06:52 AM   #1
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Pinnacle breaker rating

We have a 36SSWS on order. Looking at ordering a Ninja 8-in-1 SP101 counter top oven to use in it. It is rated 1800 watts or about 15 amps which is the heaviest breaker in our current Eagle-kinda marginal. Can anyone tell me what size breakers are in the kitchen area new Pinnacle?
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Unless something has changed, all 15A but the AC units. Typically there is an empty or two breaker slots or you can can a double breaker to fit in a single slot and put it on its own 20A breaker using number 12 wire.


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Thanks for your reply. I was afraid that would be the case. Only question now is what other outlets are on the same circuit with the 36Ssws “coffee counter” outlet which is where the oven would go. My concern is it is tied in with the bathroom which is on the other side of the wall. Baking morning biscuits and hair dryer would not work well together!
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Buy an "outlet tester" from just about any hardware or big box store for under $10. Turn off all the breakers but one and plug it in outlets till you know which run on that breaker. Then move to next one and you will have sure knowledge of which runs what.
Bonus!. Some times they get careless and wire an outlet incorrectly and this will find that out instantly.
Second bonus, if you arrive at a campground it can tell you if they did that outlet wrong or it has broken ground or reversed polarity.

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Mine is not a Pinnacle but the Eagle was just below it on the Lineup.

We have 3- 20a breakers 2 ac's and the microwave. There is also a vacant slot in mine that could be wired for a 20a or share the 20a on the microwave since your new appliance may take some of the need for the MW usage.

Seems like there are options if you are handy with electrical.
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We have a 36SSWS on order. Looking at ordering a Ninja 8-in-1 SP101 counter top oven to use in it. It is rated 1800 watts or about 15 amps which is the heaviest breaker in our current Eagle-kinda marginal. Can anyone tell me what size breakers are in the kitchen area new Pinnacle?
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So are you giving up the 2018 Eagle 321RSTS?
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Earl,
Thanks for your reply. I was afraid that would be the case. Only question now is what other outlets are on the same circuit with the 36Ssws “coffee counter” outlet which is where the oven would go. My concern is it is tied in with the bathroom which is on the other side of the wall. Baking morning biscuits and hair dryer would not work well together!
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Is you breaker panel in that little cabinet below the tall cabinet next to that coffee counter? If so as was mentioned add another outlet. I was able to add 2 more when we had our 2015 FLSA.
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Not exactly giving up on it as it has been a great camper and we love it. However, we’ve felt that we have one more new camper in us before our kids say we are too old to drag one around. Think they knew this was coming when we moved up to the dually F350. Fortunately, we have connected with a very nice couple that will be great caring second owners for the Eagle. Hope you continue to enjoy yours as much as we’ve enjoyed ours.
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I think you’ll be fine. That’s our house. At the coffee counter we run a toaster and on the island we run an Instant pot. Joan is always paranoid about running a hair dryer. When we got the new SurgeGuard with remote meter/monitor, I was able to demonstrate to her that we could run the A/C’s, hair dryer, microwave, Instant Pot and slow cooker without blowing a breaker.

Now the new portable nuclear particle super-collider on my Christmas list might be a problem....

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