What AMP Electrical System Does a Camper From the 1980's Have?

by Anonymous

Is a camper from the 1980's more likely to be a 30 amp or a 50 amp?

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My best guess is that it is probably going to be a 30 AMP electrical system.

The simplest way to tell for sure is to look at the male plug that your RV uses to plug into shore power.

Take a look at the pictures below so you can correctly identify the amperage of your RV's electrical system.

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