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  1. #11
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    ''That's very true. I think running everything off the 220V dryer plug will solve the air compressor issue. It will just be a lot of unplugging and plugging. If it will make everything work though I'm happy to do it.''

    You could get a large electrical enclosure and install the required receptacles for each item. You could even add breakers . You would have a corded panel on a extension cord. Check this.
    Enclosure
    http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=...714D&first=233
    Manufactured ones
    http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=...13C4&first=226
    Something like this
    http://www.berrylandcampers.com/rv-p...cat=228&page=1

  2. #12
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    You could get a electrical enclosure box large enough to mount the required receptacles into. Run the cord in the box and and hole saw or punch out what you needs are. Then wire the receptacles. you could even have a main breaker or separate breakers too. It would be like what they have for generator or RV 's.
    I tried posting websites with pictures but got a MODERATOR review pop up.

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