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    Quote Originally Posted by mumof2, post: 210097
    ohhhhhh gotcha. but if i don't have to pay for the units used on top of the hook up charge i can just use whatever?


    boy, i'm confused. should have just booked into a hotel!
    i think the leccy charge is for all you use M
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    Quote Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 210225
    i think the leccy charge is for all you use M

    cool!




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    so one final check before i order it.....!

    it's definately what i need, yes?




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    Quote Originally Posted by mumof2, post: 210421
    so one final check before i order it.....!

    it's definately what i need, yes?
    if your talking about the leccy lead then yes.

    although the hookup will be 110v, 240v appliances will work on them, newer appliances have an auto switching voltage regulator im pretty sure, those that dont like say a hairdryer will just work at half speed. fridges ive seen have manual voltage switches and even a car socket at the rear of the appliance
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    yes the fridge has warm and cool settings, can be used in the car and does have a manual voltage switch.

    right, i'm off to order it now then, thanks so much everyone for your help....really appreciate it




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    ohhhh now i've done it!

    i'll be worrying about it 'til i plug it in at the campsite and see that it actually *does* work!




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    I REALLY want to see a picture of what your car looks like before you leave when your all packed that is!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumof2, post: 210440
    ohhhh now i've done it!

    i'll be worrying about it 'til i plug it in at the campsite and see that it actually *does* work!
    it will work M all the leccy sockets at campsites have the 110v socket which the lead you have just ordered has and it has a saftey circuit breaker on it too, so your all set with that
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