Am I correct in thinking that campground outlets with 15 amp and 30 amp service are capable of supplying a total of 45 amps or would they typically be protected at a maximum of 30 amps?
If I can get comfortable that this is safe and indeed will provide me the ability to run the portable heater while using the microwave, water heater, and tv i would move ahead with the project.
Find the best location in the door jamb that has the least pressure against the extension cord. Maybe you could tape a short wood dowel rod of the same diameter of the cord, to the cord when closing the door to relieve any pinching of the cord.
....and have a 12ga cord running out to run a dehumidifier as we sort out water leaks.
Any campground that would wire a 15 amp receptacle into a 30amp breaker is asking for a lawsuit if an accident ever happened.
I am thinking of installing a Marinco male connector in the side of the PC similar to the PC installed 30 amp male connector but would be designed to connect a 15 amp cord. This would require drilling a 1 7/8” inch in the fiberglass exterior. Anyone else drilled or cut the side panel and if so what was your experience? I know Phoenix must successfully cut holes to install various electrical and plumbing ports but it makes me a little nervous.