I looked at a large Motor Home a customer wants power to. It has a 6-3 w/grd 50a 240v cord on it. I checked the continuity from neutral to ground and no connection. He said he plugs it in to a camp ground with a 3 prong adaptor and it works (2 prong with ground). How would this work if there is no connection to neutral at the motor home panel. And the adaptor has no connection between nuetral to ground on the plug itself. Is there something different about how a motor home is wired?
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The 3-wire to 4- wire adapter plugs into a 125 volt 3-wire receptacle. It connects L1 and L2 of the motor home together so all 120 volt electrical items will function but you will be limited on how many items that can be used at the same time.
Re: Motor Home Wiring?#41414 08/26/0412:22 AM08/26/0412:22 AM