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Combining loads I have a 30a fused outlet and a 20a fused outlet. I need to combine these two lines to one 50a outlet plug to plug in an recreational vehicle

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So your point is? Just make sure the wires going from your fused outlets to the 50-amp outlet plug is the size wire# 8--or #6 with ground.

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