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Posted: 01/08/20 02:58pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Cummins12V98 wrote:



220v is a DRV option for dryer. 50a service is 220v.


That's a neat option. I knew that 50a service is 220v but RV panels usually just split the 110 down each side of the distribution panel and tying a breaker together to get 220v would be a hassle.

Do you happen to have a picture of your circuit breakers? I'm wondering if they're using something different than the standard RV panel.

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"Do you happen to have a picture of your circuit breakers? I'm wondering if they're using something different than the standard RV panel."

I have my 220V washer tied onto the dryer circuit. If it were a Bosch Dryer the Washer would simply plug into the dryer.

I will try pics later, having issues.


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Here is one panel one more later. Second added

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Cummins12V98 wrote:

Here is one panel one more later. Second added


Thanks Cummins.

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we use a small compact apartment model - panda is the brand name of the model we use.

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1 it's very lite #### me
2 wife hates laundromats **** wife
3 cost is right #### me
4 nothing in con's list bothered ##** me and wife

con's
1 smaller loads
2 spin dry only - I rigged lines in shower for inside drying and were allowed I made pvc ladder laundry lines


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