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Hooking up trailer to household electricity.
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May 11, 2018
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we just purchased a Riverside RV model 177. It’s a 2016 and has the normal 30 a.m. plug for hook up to electricity at a campsite. How do we use that plug to hook up to a regular household 110 V AC while it’s in our driveway since it’s a unique three prong plug? 

May 11, 2018
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You will need a 30amp to 20amp reducer (called a pigtail). Your 30amp will plug into it and the other end plugs into the wall or extension cord. Can be purchased at dealer, rv supply, Lowes, HD, Walmart.

May 11, 2018
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Thank you

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Here is one I got at Lowe’s. 

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Hello everyone) I also had the same problem when I went to my girlfriend in Cancun. That’s nice when you just invited a girl from the Mexican Cupid on your vacation. And it’s good when it coincides with mine. Thanks to Roccosamore how to fix the problem. and then had to look for car service

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