Common question: Strange answer: Your trailer is responsible to handle and divide up the power. Both are true at the same time. Most travel trailers use 110 volt inside for every thing. However it is using 2 phases or 2 legs running 110 volt each. 30 or 60 amp total available power. Never wire your power to your trailer as 220 volt. The plug at most RV sites are an oven plug of 220 volt, with 2 power sources of 110 volt in 1 large outlet. The RV inside wiring uses 110 volt times 2, NOT 220 volt. American 220 volt is 110 volt plus 110 volt out of phase or 2 phase. 99 percent of RV or travel trailers use 110 x 2, or 220 volt outside divided as 2 x 110 volt legs. This is the only way to get enough amps into the RV. Nothing in the RV uses or is wired to run on 220 volt. Never wire 2 hots 220 volt into your RV. It uses 110 phase 1, plus 110 phase 2, plus Common Neutral for the 2 hots, and a safety ground. Technically no normal house has 220 volt. Again it is phase 1 and phase 2 combined of 110 volt. All the 220 volt appliances are wired as 220 volt by combining both phases of 110 volt. 220 volt appliances internally does not use a Neutral return. In 220 volt the 2 hot wires also serve as a return; when one side of the wave form is hi, the other side is always low and return or neutral. It is the 60 cycles of AC that makes it work. AC = Alternating Current. It is Not like DC or direct current. My dad used a 110 extension cord to his RV. The RV is 60 amps. 2 air conditioner instantly tripped the 110 volt 20 amp breaker. Yes, he used one of those pig tail adapters. He ran 1 air conditioner and it was ok. The extension cord ran hot and nearly melted. Solution was to put in a 60 amp 2 wire phase RV outlet on the house. This is the same outlet at RV sites. This is a 220 volt standard RV female oven plug in a box on the outside of the house. 2 hots, a neutral, and ground. Neutral is required. An oven runs 220 volt. An RV uses only 110 from 2 sources. The RV does not require 2 phases that make the 220 volt, although it is present. I am not an electrician, but have studied my Dad's RV electric on the internet.
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No, this will not fit. Wrong amps also.
No, you would be better off changing out your cord on your dryer to what is needed. These are pretty easy to do with the available cords you can buy at any home improvement store.
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It is a 10 gauge cable.