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  1. Photo4x4

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    Hello

    Can any one please tell me exactly what fittings I need to put in my garage to connect the electric hook-up to a motorhome?

    Thanks

    Keith Hart
     
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    Crikey that was quick, thanks. I thought that there would be a simple answer. Yes there is a hook-up cable in the vehicle.
     
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    Glad we could help.

    Lovely day here in The Lowlands - wish we were away in the van but Puddledrake is away helping the son with DIY stuff.
     
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    If you have to ask what you need then get someone qualified to sort it for you.
     
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    To plug a plug in??
     
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    No, to wire a socket. :wasntme:
     
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    I think maybe he's got a socket in his garage, just needed the adapter, others were getting carried away with other stuff;)
     
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    Just giving alternatives.... I did say "if you want to be really fancy"!!!
     
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    I've ordered the 13 amp 'plug to adapter' as I already have power sockets in the garage. I should have the adapter before we get the motorhome. :)

    Thanks all

    Keith Hart
     
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