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Hooking up electric power from house to travel trailer

How can I hook up trailer to my house electic panel

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At yr breaker box if there is room add either a new 120v or 220 breaker and wire frm there. You need to check how much voltega and amp. Yr travel trailer needs. Plus how far away breaker box is frm trailer and get the correct size wire if needed. Make sure you have neut. And ground correct. Please doulble check. What iv offerd. For yr solution

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