240 volt welder on 130 volts?

Reply Sun 9 Jul, 2017 08:08 pm
I just bought a 240 volt, 20 amp welder (the duty cycle is 20% at 110 volts if that means anything) and I have a RV plug-in that is 120 volts, 30 amps (breaker is the same 120V, 30A) with I think less thank 25 feet long of 10 gauge wire from the breaker to the plug. I am wondering if I can power this welder from this amount of power. I am not looking to ever use it at full power. Will this hurt anything or trip the breaker often?

Here is the link to the welder for added info.
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