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Old 09-19-2016, 09:03 AM   #1
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Potential leak

Y'all might wanna check your shore power outlets. I was tossing my service cord over my Hauler to get a more direct route off the ground, when the outlet ripped out of the wall. There was only wood screws holding the outlet to the fiberglass shell, no wood or any other contact. Not to mention zero waterproofing such as silicone around the plug. Looks like a serious potential for water intrusion. I bought a size bigger set of screws and will be using copious silicone to reinstall today.
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