RV Electrical Service Pedestal
RV Park Electrical Service Pedestal Connection – If the service pedestal is designed to accommodate additional equipment being installed onto it without violating the UL rating or any other code stipulations.© By: Dave Rongey
RV Park Electrical Service Pedestal Wiring
[ad#block]At an RV Park can you mount a weatherproof box with a 30 amp breaker and receptacle on the service pedestal to feed a mobile trailer?
This electrical question came from: William, a Electrician from Foutaintown, Indiana.
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Thanks for your electrical wiring question William
RV Park Electric Service Pedestal Connection
- William, if the service pedestal is designed to accommodate additional equipment being installed onto it without violating the UL rating or any other code stipulations, then possibly, however this question provides very limited information about your specific application and the exact RV Pedestal that you are referring to.
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