Originally Posted by FreddieMac
I have done basic electrical work at my house including changing breakers in my panel, changing fans and lights, etc. I am sure I could do it myself without an issue. I just need to do all my research on how it is done. I will probably get a couple of quotes from some pros to see what they would charge. This is no more than an hour or two hour of work for a trained professional. I may call my cousin and pay him, he is a professional electrician.
We keep a copy of the pdf file on how to wire a 30 amp RV outlet in the FAQ section of these forums. This may help:
It's also good to print out and hand to even a licensed electrician, as not all realize the RV's are wired for 120 volts. We have had many stories on these forums of even the pro's mis-wiring the outlets.