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RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

Try this: Turn off all RV CBs, power on to the RV. Then at the RV panel turn on the main CB and then each remaining CB one at a time. This may isolate the failing circuit. Yes that is what I did all breakers off including main. Turn on main and that pops the gfi in my basement 50amp breaker with the gfi attached to it.
mike brez 09/15/17 05:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

i allready picked up this breaker for when my electrican comes. My fridge is packed with beer so I definitely don't want it shutting down. https://i.imgur.com/KRhjlljl.jpg I reset the existing 50amp breaker with the gfi again today. I pluged in my progressive industries ems and reads ok like before. Shut off main and all breakers in coach and plug into coach. I'm reading 120v at main 50amp breaker in Moho. As soon as I turn that main breaker on it pops the 50amp gfi breaker in my basement. Here is a pic of my rv panel https://i.imgur.com/nb1UqIpl.jpg
mike brez 09/15/17 04:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

With that being said just out of courisity if the dryer and rv have the same readings at the female end I take it that the single 240v for the dryer and the split 120v lines for the rv it is all in the wiring on the inside the dryer or in the rv panel? A 120/240V 50A RV plug is not the same as the older 240V 3 wire dryer plug. The 50A RV circuit is the same as newer 120/240V 4 wire dryer but the dryer circuit may be less than 50A. The 20A and 50A RV plugs are in fact common household plugs. The 30A plug is unique to RVs. You definitely want the 120/240V 50A RV plug. You can also have a 50A GFCI on that circuit. If the GFCI trips then you'll need to resolve the rigs ground fault. 50A GFCIs are more common for pools, spas, etc. I was referring to electric dr photos of both using 4 wire. We're does the magic happen if they are both the same? I have this female plug as shown in my other pics https://i.imgur.com/1MJtr82l.jpg
mike brez 09/15/17 09:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

OP here, My electrican is coming out next week or so to do a fire inspection for me at that time he will come over to wire rv. With that being said just out of courisity if the dryer and rv have the same readings at the female end I take it that the single 240v for the dryer and the split 120v lines for the rv it is all in the wiring on the inside the dryer or in the rv panel?
mike brez 09/15/17 07:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Suggestions for RV group in SC....

Sounds like my kind of crowd.
mike brez 09/14/17 10:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

GFI breaker. Disconnect the neutral from breaker and connect it to the neutral buss. Disconnect smaller neutral from breaker that goes to neutral buss. I'm pretty sure doing this will solve the problem. I'm going to grab a different breaker without the gfi so I have it when electrican comes.
mike brez 09/14/17 08:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

50 AMP RV WIRING https://www.justanswer.com/uploads/ElectricDoctor/2008-07-20_192246_50amp_outlet_tested_with_multimeter.JPG 50 AMP HOT TUB/RANGE/WELDER WIRING https://www.justanswer.com/uploads/ElectricDoctor/2008-07-20_192246_50amp_outlet_tested_with_multimeter.JPG NOTE: THEY ARE IDENTICAL Tom, W3TLN Yes will be interesting to see if he has the same - as his picture is only of the FUSE BOX. 14-50R NEMA receptacle is 4 wire, rated at 50-Amp 125/250-Volt This is what is needed and if wired correctly should be fine - The Ground Fault thing is not something that I would think should be there in the Fuse Box. But will leave that to the "Real" electrician, which you should consult with. As per my original post I have the same readings. Here are some pics. https://i.imgur.com/QXC7NFwl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/8JjvG7Zl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/LkOeAE9l.jpg https://i.imgur.com/2nMUuEXl.jpg Also in my original post I will be contacting my electrical contractor and have him stop over. I'm not a electrician or pretend to be one.
mike brez 09/14/17 08:41am Class A Motorhomes
Running a 50amp line to plug into

I recently got rid of a hot tub on my deck that saw no use. I have a 50 amp breaker for it in my panel. I checked the two hot legs at disconnect were hot tub was and have 240v,120v from each hot to ground and 0v from neutral to ground. Picked up some wire and a rv outdoor power outlet a 50 amp 14-50R. Pluged in my progressive industries surge protector and it said all was good. Pluged into rv and blows breaker at panel. I'm going to call my electrician buddy but looking for suggestions. Here is a pic of the breaker that blows in the panel. It has a test button on it could that be the cause? To dark outside for any others. https://i.imgur.com/OFQVBAAl.jpg
mike brez 09/13/17 09:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New here. Looking at a 1996 Safari?

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mike brez 09/13/17 06:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Let's see those older coaches

I guess I never thought of her as older but I guess at 18 she is. 1999 Discovery 36t with 40,000 miles. Can't seem to attach picture but there is one in my profile. https://i.imgur.com/gz7hpe3l.png
mike brez 09/11/17 09:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Let's see those older coaches

Love my 1997 Damon Ultrasport What's it like 72 feet long.
mike brez 09/10/17 07:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is everyone ready for what may be the next Hurricane to hit?

Still have beer. Missing a O https://i.imgur.com/x7HblSNl.jpg
mike brez 09/10/17 12:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is everyone ready for what may be the next Hurricane to hit?

Daytona Beach yesterday. Trucks bringing sand to beach https://i.imgur.com/by1UgZYl.jpg Shelves gettin empty https://i.imgur.com/pitbLJKl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/q7p6ifDl.jpg Line for water ration https://i.imgur.com/BrHuNsEl.jpg Bring it https://i.imgur.com/wWBGd4Hl.jpg
mike brez 09/09/17 01:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HURRICANE IRMA could be a Cat 5 !

It's that 90 miles of open water from Cuba to key west could pick up some steam. Might end up a cat 3
mike brez 09/09/17 10:10am Around the Campfire
RE: HURRICANE IRMA could be a Cat 5 !

Daytona Beach yesterday Trucks bringing sand to beach https://i.imgur.com/3gP2nyal.jpg Getting empty https://i.imgur.com/S42ajg8l.jpg https://i.imgur.com/96Aymvdl.jpg Line for water rations https://i.imgur.com/aXrunQel.jpg https://i.imgur.com/bmKICGel.jpg
mike brez 09/09/17 08:45am Around the Campfire
RE: 2004 phaeron differential out

Pays to check the gear lube level ocassionally and to see it it's contaminated. I change mine every brake job. Brakes on a DP would almost be like never.
mike brez 09/04/17 05:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1997 Class A Bounder questions

Did you sell your Safari? I think I read some threads awhile back and you did some engine work to it.
mike brez 08/30/17 11:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is Class A smoother ride then Class C and MPG

Go take out a higher end DP for a ride.
mike brez 08/28/17 09:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: P-30 front end parts

Gary do you have 4 wheel disc brakes?
mike brez 08/26/17 09:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: P-30 front end parts

Supersteer Don't see the a arms
mike brez 08/26/17 09:01am Class A Motorhomes
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