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Question by tibbs
Submitted on 1/28/2004
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what is the amp for a camping trailer?

Answer by sparky
Submitted on 2/3/2004
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30amp or 50amp depending on size of the trailer


Answer by Will
Submitted on 3/17/2004
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elaborate a little more on camper amps.  If the camper is wired for 50 amps is this 110 or 220 volts?


Answer by Jim
Submitted on 5/30/2004
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It depends on what is in the trailer. I had one with only a light and a small fan. An 16 gage extension handled that. You have to total the amps drawed by what fixtures you have. As an example, an air conditioner pulls a fairly heavy amp load. Add some cooking appliances and you need even more capacity. Maybe the manufacturer can help you out?


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