I recently added a 50 amp feeder circuit for a park model (RV) on a piece of vacation property I have. The inspector came today and I failed
The current setup is a 125 amp panel that had a 30 amp service for a 5th wheel, a couple of 20 amp breakers for lights in a bathroom shed and a tool shed. There is a water heater and washer/dryer in the bathroom shed that are wired to a 30 amp breaker.
There were a couple of small things that I have to fix that I understand fully, but I don't quite understand this correction.
"The calculated load of a feeder or service shall not be less than the sum of the loads on the branch circuits supplied, as determined by Part II of this article, after any applicable demand factors permitted by Part III or IV or required by part V have been applied. THE 70 AMP FEED MAY BE OVERLOADED WITH MULTIPLE RV'S AND WATER HEATER/DRYER."
I'm not quite sure how to fix this? I have a storage for my 5th wheel that wont be hooked up full time, but there is a plug for it. There is only 60 amps coming to the property unfortunately and no way to increase this. I'm aware that if I am running everything ie washer/dryer water heater and everything in the park home that it could overload the breaker and trip, but I obviously wont be doing that. Is there anyway to get this to pass?