I have a question though:
What did you plug your RV into? Did you install, or have installed, an outlet at your home to hook the camper to? RV's use 120 volt AC power.
The reason I ask, is we have had many new campers unintentionally plug their 30 amp 120 volt camper into a 240 volt 30 amp wired outlet, which does burn up the converter immediately (and it can smoke as per the first paragraph from the following pdf).
We have also had people who have a 50 amp RV, use an adapter and plug their camper into a 30 amp 240 volt wired outlet...and do the same thing (burn it up). Even though a 50 amp RV hooks to a 120/240 volt split phase service, it utilizes each leg separate as 120 volt only....... so if you use an adapter (which will combines the legs, where they are normally separate) and hook it up to a 240 volt three prong outlet, it fries it.
You usually also lose the television and microwave when hooked up to 240 volts.
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