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Connecting a Dual Fuel Champion Generator to an RV QC Port.

Having invested in a Dual Fuel Champion Generator, I wanted to connect it to the QC (Quick Connect) port on my camper.

The RV.net forum member put this nice graphic together.


Parts for the Mod

Optional Accessories

This splits your existing QC plug into two QC plugs so you can have your stove and generator connected at the same time.
These are the known generators that these parts fit.  I only listed the inverter type generators.

Grounding Plug

Grounding Plug for generator (if you have an EMS system)
This is necessary to allow your A/C to start on a smaller Generator (As small as 2000 watts)

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