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Old 07-12-2015, 05:55 PM   #1
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30 amp or 50 amp ?

HI, we are new to the whole camping experience via camper and recently purchased a 2004 Sunline T2075 Solaris Lite. Getting excited about finally being able to take it out on our 1st trip and while researching campsites, the question comes up, do we need a 30 amp site or a 50 amp site. I have looked through the book, but still have no clue. Any experts out there? THANKS ! Sue
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Old 07-12-2015, 06:25 PM   #2
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Your trailer should be a 30 amp service line. The 50 amp plug is different shape.
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30 Amp plug left, 50 Amp plug right. Compare with yours.


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Old 07-13-2015, 03:54 PM   #4
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Unless you have two AC units it's unlikely you'll have a 50 amp.
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I have never seen a Sunline with 50 amp line. When looking for camp sites, if your only choice is a site that says 50 amp 99% of the time it is also wired for 30 amp. As you saw above you will be able to tell which to plug into.
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thanks all, it is indeed a 30 amp.
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Old 07-14-2015, 05:51 AM   #7
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Generally the 50 amp outlets are on pull through sites intended for big MH or large 5th wheels. Just about every powered site will at least have a 20 circuit you can buy an adapter for your 30 amp plug that will allow you to plug it into a 20 amp outlet good thing to have as you will not all ways find a 30 amp outlet and 95% of the generators do not have an RV 30 amp socket.
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I have 50Amp male/30Amp female adapter because a campground only had 50Amp outlets. Luckily I could borrow one from the CG maintenance staff. Also have the 30Amp male/20Amp female and 20Amp male/30Amp female for driveway use. With all the adapters, testers, cords inverters/converters and chargers now carried I can connect most places.
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