Installing an RV Outlet

March 18, 2019 - Comment

We have a camping trip coming up! I needed a plug for the camper at the house, plus I also needed a normal 110v outlet on that side of the house. Let’s install one! Help me out by shopping Amazon through my link: http://amzn.to/2nQjwkG F250/F250 maintenance items: Headlight: http://amzn.to/2E3Zr57 Fog Light: http://amzn.to/2E3hWGM Oil Filter: http://amzn.to/2GSDeoj

We have a camping trip coming up! I needed a plug for the camper at the house, plus I also needed a normal 110v outlet on that side of the house. Let’s install one!

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Comments

dirtyshirtinfo says:

Well buddy I appreciate the effort you put into this and the mistakes. Some real dicks showed up in the comments section – that said, I learned something from them too. Why supposed experts watch videos about shit they seem to know everything about is beyond me. I watched because I’m considering an RV and want to service it at my house. Thanks for posting.

Terry Murray says:

I watched this video and kept saying oh my God that's no right, now reading the comments I see everyone agrees with me.

Daniel Wood says:

Oh by the way one more thing you could do more easily is to first determine where you wanted to mount the box and cut the conduit to the exact length before running the wire through it, and it’s not only a wiring code violation to run Romex through conduit, but dangerous as Romex will overheat when run through a conduit as you did for your 120v outlet, and if you’re running a group of single strand wires through the conduit it’s not as difficult to feed them through as you discovered using Romex in both cases.

Daniel Wood says:

Jamey, I have to comment on what I saw as a major flaw in your RV plug install is your lack of attention to advising viewers to turn off the main breaker before you start messing around inside the service panel, not waiting until the task is complete as you showed. I would also advise that the wire size should be the same as it is in the shore line, which would be more like a 6 ga not a ten. Your shore line will still be drawing current all the way from the outlet to your RV and using the wrong size wire for the receptacle can cause it to overheat, as it is still pulling Fifty amps through wiring more suited for 30 amps! And the length of the run makes no difference on the load so close to its point of use.People could think you had the main breaker on all the time you were sticking your finger against a live buss bar, leaving them to think it was safe to handle hot current unsafely. If the first time electrician didn’t have the heads up on safety, they’ll be in for a serious or deadly surprise!

elizabeth.l.t. bitrick says:

fuck man a 110amp plug oh fuck i would like to get a few of those

Phil Ramsey says:

You should what wire you put on what side plus you should have used a licensed electrician

Junior Trevizo says:

Heck yeah a was awesome video

jeff hale says:

Brother this is insane at the best you should have used 8/3 or 6/3 for the 110 plug should have been 12/2 wire number three you have to much wire in that pipe that is above the 80% law

jeff hale says:

dude never use 14/3 that stuff is junk and just a fire wait to happen.me and my dad have removed alot this stuff from houses mostly mobile homes.in alot cases the wire get hot over time and melt the plug or whatever it hooked to.use 12/2

Rodney Johnston says:

Let's talk more work if you are paid by the hour I would you very stressed off if I had to pay you

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