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Old 05-31-2016, 05:43 AM   #11
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I think your 10 pm to 8 am will be a stretch ---but if food is cold you should be ok. When I park my coach up by our house before a trip I just run a 100' extension cord. It works good for us.

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Old 05-31-2016, 07:40 AM   #12
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I just reported on the new Montana using the Samsung fridge. Got 17 hrs off two Interstate cheapie batteries. I was able to pull in the six slides and run some lights off the same charge, but didn't have enough juice left to operate the levelers.

What was your SOC before and after?


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I think your 10 pm to 8 am will be a stretch ---but if food is cold you should be ok. When I park my coach up by our house before a trip I just run a 100' extension cord. It works good for us.

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I was considering that. Do they make a 50amp to 20amp adapter? I have a 50 to 30 and a 30 to 20. Wonder if I could get away with using 2 adapters or am I asking for trouble.


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Trying to figure out how to plug in via50-20amp adapter to house/garage outlet is your best bet.

I thought about that too. I have a 50amp to 30amp adapter and a 30amp to 20amp. I wonder if I can use all of them to plug into the house or am I asking for trouble.


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That what I do. 50 to 30 then the 30 to 3 prong house plug

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That what I do. 50 to 30 then the 30 to 3 prong house plug

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Thanks. We'll give that a shot.


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That's what I'd do. I used a 50 to 30 amp converter, then a 30 to 20 converter which terminates in a normal household plug.

We plug in the night before to charge batteries and cool the fridge. I can even run the central vac, just don't turn on the AC!

Worst that can happen is that you will trip your home breaker, which hasn't happened yet.
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