Originally Posted by BarryD0706
Yea, I don't really think there is that much unique for 50-amp. The only additional thing that needs to be checked is that there is 240v between the two hot lines (when plugged into 50-amp service).
Believe it or not; the most common problem with 50 amp pedestals is an open neutral. All 50 amp services should have 220 VAC between the hots; but the camper requires the neutral for the 110 volt items on both phases in the camper's power center.
Without the pedestal neutral (corroded, loose, or broken), the camper's neutral bar becomes a conduit for the hots to cross over to the other phase providing 220 volts across the camper. (this is bad).
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