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    Posted: 25 Jun 2020 at 4:52pm
Does anybody know how many amps I can safely run without tripping a breaker? Can I run the AC and microwave at the same time?
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What are you connected to?  If you are connected to a 30Amp power source with your RV power cord, the answer is YES.  You can run everything.  If you are connected to a 15 Amp circuit with an adapter, extension cord, the answer is NO.  It is a 30 Amp trailer, that ensures it has the power to operate normally.  Make sense?
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Yes, I am connected to 30A shore power. I had gone ahead and tried it, with no problem. Enjoying my AC. Waiting to see if it will continue working before putting the cover back on. Thanks
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OK, hooked to 30Amp shore power, you have it all:)  You can run it all, Bro.
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Thanks, Bro.
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