However, you need to determine whether the connecting outlet is 15 or 20 amps. If you look at the circuit breaker, you will see the amp marked on it. A 20 amp circuit will allow you to run other small appliances in your RV at the same time without blowing the circuit. If you use a 15 amp circuit for your AC, you run a higher risk of tripping the breaker. However, whether you use a 15 or 20 amp circuit, it's not wise to plug any other appliances into the same outlet as your AC unit.
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