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Old 12-28-2014, 08:02 PM   #21
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Well mine has the prewire for the 2nd unit ... i think i am going to tie in with a 20 amp cord just to that unit so if i dont have 50 amp service i can still use both units ... i did that with a motorhome i had and it worked well
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Old 12-29-2014, 08:32 AM   #22
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Every site I have been to has 50 amp service,not to say that there is some I will go to that don't have it.They sell an pigtail that you can hook up at camp site for 30/20amp to 50 also. I only used my AC a few times and it was 85 to 90 deg and we had no issues,hopefully I'll never need a second unit.I have the climate shield package to which could help with the cooling
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Old 12-29-2014, 08:39 AM   #23
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314 I am hoping the Climate Shield would also help.
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Old 12-29-2014, 09:41 PM   #24
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So my I got my wife and kids to walk through the BHDS today, I think we are sold on this model with the door out of the bathroom.


Now to figure out exactly which amenities we truly want. The exact match we both want is no wear near us. Does anyone have any idea how much bargaing room (markup) a person has with a camper? The perfect match we found for color, options etc is 1000 miles away. I am ok with buying along way away but prefer not to.

Also does anyone know can a campingworld salesman sell from a different campingworld's lot?

Thanks for the help thus far!
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Old 12-30-2014, 06:37 AM   #25
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Well the SITE we stay at the lake only has 30 And i have the 30/20 pigtail but they only work if the 20 amp at the site isnt gfci
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well the site we stay at the lake only has 30 and i have the 30/20 pigtail but they only work if the 20 amp at the site isnt gfci
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Well the SITE we stay at the lake only has 30 And i have the 30/20 pigtail but they only work if the 20 amp at the site isnt gfci
So what exactly does that mean? It sounds like if they are gfci then you are SOL no?
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You shouldn't really run 2 gfci into 1 feed line.Like if your running a circular saw and use a portable gfci and plug it into a gfci circuit that's a no no.At least where I work that is not allowed
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