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I'm not in Cincinnati but I strongly suggest you get an electrician that knows how to wire a 50amp service for an RV.

It is NOT a washer/dryer hook up of 240 volts. Although you can get 240v you don't want 240 on a single leg.  Each leg will have 120v, normaly the red and black wire.  White is Neutral (to ground) and Green is Ground.   There are a lot of articles on-line.  I had mine done by an licensed electrician and then checked his work at the pedestal(box on outside of garage).

You also want a good gauge wire like 8awg or even 4awg. I have 8 here and it runs fine. Your breaker should be appropriate to run two single 120v lines.

Edited by wayne77590

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