Originally Posted by conceptumator
Code only requires it if it's to serve equipment. To ensure power is off before you service it. Still good, though. I'm thinks of replacing my outlet with one that has a disconnect.
Isn't a trailer plugged in equipment? Guess it is how you look at it. It makes good sense to have a disconnect handy. All the camping parks I have been to have breakers on site so you can shut off the plug before you plug in your trailer.
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