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Old 08-01-2015, 09:34 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by hkreck View Post
As I stated, I'm locating the plug inside of the compartment so it'll be secure from theft. The plug I'm going with is the 30 amp SmartPlug . The design was made for the boating industry and has found it's way into the RV field. Their web site is, their a little more expensive than regular plugs but look a lot more safer.
Good idea, does it trip and warn or just warn?

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The way I understand it they trip at 200 degree, then reset once the temp goes back down to 120 degree. They have video of these on youtube and their web site at

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