Question about Heating & Cooling
Hi. I can help you. The voltage coming into your RV is determined by a few factors including the size of the power cord you use to bring power into your RV and the voltage available at the outlet. A voltage drop is common when there are lots of power draws occurring at the same time as is often the case in hot weather. You could ask your RV park manager to have the voltage checked as it can often be increased at the transformer on the nearby power pole.
That said for outside of your RV, lets go inside. If you are using a number of electrical appliances at once you may be causing the voltage drop. You can go to any home depot or similar store and purchase a voltage meter which will allow you to check and see what impact each item in your RV has on the voltage.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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