I would agree. I have never been asked what size my RV's power plug is, only if I wish 30a or 50a. It may be happening as we have downsized and no longer have a 50a RV, but in the 14 years we owned one it never happened to me and I frequently went with 30A when power needs were low.
I have had the same conversation with RV park desk clerks in the past. I haven't encountered it in the past 8 years though, DW insists on 50A. The first of this month I schooled her on how and why the EMS in our MH works and she is comfortable with 30A now.I've stayed at just a few parks that insisted on payment for a 50 amp hookup for 50 amp rigs regardless of whether you used a 30 amp adapter or not. When I asked, I was told it's because too many people wait until dark and then plug into the 50 amp outlet. True? I have no idea...
Would they know the difference if you told them your RV is a 30 amp?where the RV park has a policy that all 50 amp RV's must be in 50 amp sites, and pay 50 amp rates.
I just now realized I never tested the A/C units or the furnace in my new RV. It was comfy all day and all night on my one trip and I forgot all about that stuff.Electric water heaters, heat pump / air conditioner units, etc.
I didn't even know they existed as a factory deal.mine has factory dual eletric / propane water heater.
My Hot Rodd is set at the higher end. I have not checked it with a thermostat but it is "scalding" hot right now. I never get/got temps that high with propane.I didn't even know they existed as a factory deal.
The one I have is a "Hot Rod". I have the unopened package in front of me. The tank thermostat has an adjustable setting from 90 to 150° (66 to 32°C).
I wonder if it will really do the 150°F. But the outside package has no mention of watts.
-Don- Reno, NV
Tankless can do 300 back to back showers if you have the water.A big advantage of this is we can now get 3 back to back sailor showers and not run out of hot water.
What he quotes are different brands so they probably were not lowered. I suspect that the numbers come from different size kits as I find that in the Hot Rod the 6 gallon model is 450 watts, 10 gallon model is 675 watts. I only found the two sizes on their website so it may be all that they make.Why do you think it was lowered?
As if they would bother to check.
IMO, they shouldn't even care.