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Question regarding shore power to home



I just purchased a 2008 42' Tiffin Phaeton tag axle. I am installing an outlet in my home to plug into when the coach is not in storage.  My ? is, should it be 120  or  240  50 amp?

Also, should the battery switch be on when plugged into shore power to keep the batteries charged??

Thanks for your advice


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Nice purchase, I bet you'll have some great times with her.


120 volt and 50 amp would be the best, especially if you'll be running the air conditioner/s.


I don't have an answer for your battery switch question but someone will pipe in here with one before too long.

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Put this question on the forum.  The blog is for continuing stories of your travels.  You will get many responses on the forum.  Better information on the forum....

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why would you need all of the ac units on at the same time , in your yard , I plug mine in to 20 amp and have not had a problem , fridge on to pre cool and front ac to cool off coach to drive , ac only needs to be on for an hour to cool , fridge over night


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