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Old 06-17-2016, 11:23 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Retusps View Post
I was wondering if I can run both a/c and fridge while plugged into my home 110 shore power? 30 amp w/adapter. Didn't know how much power the fridge draws, wanted to run them both to get ready for a weekend outing.
I have owned 3 differs RV's. 2 had propane/electric fridges and my current unit has a residential fridge. I have always been able to run the ac and fridge off of a house circuit. My latest RV has a 15K ac and I have never had an issue running it in the driveway. Just make sure your water heater is off....

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