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I need to know where the plug in is for the 115 volt outlet. To run off of electricity. I have a 31ft 1977 dodge titan

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-115 and 120 are compatible. You can use 120 outlet.

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if its wired the same as a 240 volt dryer go ahead and use it, most motor mfgrs allow a (10 percent + or -) on motors so you will just be in the ballpark, the only thing that you might encounter would be the electronics voltage difference,but i dont thing it will bother

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