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I've got a hook up for campsites that only 10 metres long. Can I use the cable I use for my 110v extension at work and just change the plugs over.
 
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Shakey

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I've got a hook up for campsites that only 10 metres long. Can I use the cable I use for my 110v extension at work and just change the plugs over.
the cable will almost certainly be rated at well over 110V, so technically, should be ok
 
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Spudmiester

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I've got a hook up for campsites that only 10 metres long. Can I use the cable I use for my 110v extension at work and just change the plugs over.

Bit gash this, but if you grind off the locating tab on the 110v plug, and off the blue socket on the caravan, the yellow plugs will mate with the blue ones. It will still only fit in one way because the earth pin is bigger. Will save you having to change plugs. They are no different apart from colour.
 
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wayne

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no,no,no, do the job right!!!!!!!
 
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Spudmiester

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Not keen on our yorkshire money saving method Wayne ?
 
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wayne

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i'm a yorkshire man and even some efforts like that are too much:Di bet you dry the soap when you're finished with it and you save old teabags (yorkshire tea of course!)
 
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