Bypassing transfer switch in RV to backfeed panel
The transfer switch in the RV protects the RV wiring but will not protect the house wiring.
In order to use the run from the house panel to the RV receptacle you must convert into a generator feed. This includes installing a transfer switch or interlock up at the house panel and substituting a male receptacle for the RV receptacle. This will also prevent using house power to feed the RV using that line.
Better to install a separate feed for use with the generator. Nothing prohibits having this feed end at the same place on the side of the house as the RV receptacle. You would also install a (female) receptacle on the side of the RV to connect a cable from the house.
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Last edited by AllanJ; 07-28-2012 at 04:04 PM.