You may want to check if your friend will allow you to call an electrician and install a 30 Amp or 50 Amp receptacle close to the RV and run your cord to it. If your RV does not have a 15A 3-prong connection to use a regular home extension cord like this , you may have to use some adapters. Getting 15A service to your 30A RV is fairly easy. All you need is one adapter! This can be done with either a plug adapter or pigtail adapter. We recommend the latter for certain safety reasons.
Question: My RV has Amp connections. Is there a way to hook up to use Amp service? What do I need to do and will everything work properly? Answer: The short answer is yes, but first you need to have an adapter so you can physically plug in to the Amp outlet. Once you have the adapter, you should be able to use all your appliances — just not at the same time.
Can You Hook an RV Up to Your Home's Electrical System?
By Melissa Popp. Have you ever noticed an RV sitting in someone's driveway and wondered if you could live in it that way? Well, the answer is yes - sort of! An RV can be hooked up to a home's electrical system, but there are some things you must know.
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