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Old 08-17-2012, 07:57 PM   #1
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Where can I get this info. Getting ready to reserve a site.

It is a 2006 Thor Summit 22RB.

My guess is 30amp

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I would be real surprised if it was not a 30 amp. Most 50 amp TT have two A/Cs or are wired for two.

If the plug end that comes out of the camper has 3 prongs and it's bigger than a normal household plug then it's 30 amp. If it has 4 it's 50 amp.
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I would be real surprised if it was not a 30 amp. Most 50 amp TT have two A/Cs or are wired for two.

If the plug end that comes out of the camper has 3 prongs and it's bigger than a normal household plug then it's 30 amp. If it has 4 it's 50 amp.
Like Road-King said, if your trailers plug matches to receptacle #2 in the pic, it's 30 amp.

If it matches to receptacle #3, it's 50 amp.



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I other note it is 110 volt, some 30 amp outlets in homes, like for your electric drier is 220 volt. Do not plug your 30 amp 110 volt into a 30 amp 220 volt outlet. Unless it is the 4th of July and you call me first so I can watch. LOL
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Where can I get this info. Getting ready to reserve a site.

It is a 2006 Thor Summit 22RB.

My guess is 30amp

TIA,

tntrac
for a TT around 23', it should be 30 amp, but since it's a Thor product, you might want to check with Thor to be sure.
Forest River trailers in that size are all 30 amp.

you can check the shore cord plug, 3-prong/30 amp, 4-prong/50 amp.
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I other note it is 110 volt, some 30 amp outlets in homes, like for your electric drier is 220 volt. Do not plug your 30 amp 110 volt into a 30 amp 220 volt outlet. Unless it is the 4th of July and you call me first so I can watch. LOL
LOL. It is 30 amps then. Same outlet as my previous trailer which was 30 amps. I do have it plugged to the garage outlet (with adapter of course) for those nights I want to stay their alone

Just curious. So the 20 amps look like the typical house outlet? It also has it on the reserve site that I am about to submit.
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