Originally Posted by savin yours
I usually use the extra 20A in the mornings for my griddle, I've never ran into one that wouldn't run both. I just hope I don't, if I need it! Thanks
I do too and the reason I have gotten away with it a single service campgrounds is that I was not using the full 30 amps.
My outside 120VAC outlet is on a circuit with lots of other stuff. (Like the kitchen). Using the griddle and the DW dropping toast in the toaster will blow the camper's 15 amp breaker. Using the pedestal 20 amp just spreads the load enough that all is happy (usually). Again, on a campground with a 50 amp socket you won't have to worry about it.
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