Some receptacles do not have different color screws in that case attach the black wire at 5 oclock or right hand side when looking at the BACK of the receptacle (or the 7 oclock frontal position) the WHITE wire or neutral is connected to the silver screw or opposite side of the black wire and to the neutral bar in
Which side is hot on a 30 amp RV plug?
The hot wire is black and should be connected to the screw that is brass-colored. The white neutral wire should be placed where the silver-colored screw is. The ground wire is bare green and should be connected to the green-colored screw. If there is no green screw then connect the ground wire to the U-shaped pin.
Which side of an RV is the plug typically on?
Typically they are located on the drivers side of your RV or camper so that they line up correctly with the location of the water, sewer, and electric hookups on your campsite. There may be a few exceptions, but in general, they will be on the left side.
Do RV plugs have to be GFCI protected?
All 125‐volt, single‐phase, 15‐ and 20‐ampere receptacles at RV parks are required to have listed ground‐fault circuit‐interrupter (GFCI) protection for personnel. 30‐ and 50‐ampere receptacles used in RV park supply equipment shall not be required to meet the requirements of 210.8(B).