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Old 10-06-2013, 10:02 AM   #1
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30 amp input on rockwood roo

Where can I get a replacement 30 amp input (receptacle that the cable plugs into on the side) for my rockwood roo? Mine has cracked and I don't want moisture to get into the roo even though I have sealed cracks temporarily.

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Old 10-06-2013, 10:25 AM   #2
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Is this what you are looking for? ParkPower by Marinco 304EL-BRV RV 3-Wire Contoured Chrome Locking Power Inlet (30-Amp, 125-Volt, Male): Sports & Outdoors

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Old 10-06-2013, 02:07 PM   #3
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it would help if you posted year and model of Roo.

but the Roo line since at least 2006, has used Marinco power products.
if it's older than that, i'm not sure what company they used.

Marinco is very helpful and they're headquartered where i live. they replaced a power cord free of charge for my '07 Roo 23SS.
depending on how old it is, you might take a pic of the cracked outlet and send the pic to them. they might send you a free replacement.
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Old 10-06-2013, 02:36 PM   #4
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Assuming you're camper uses the industry standard Marinco 30A locking inlet, post #2 has what you're looking for.

Bear in mind the following...

1) You understand the basics of electricity, what wires go where, and the proper way of connecting them

2) How to properly seal the new inlet.

3) I would recommend not taking all of the screws from the old inlet. Remove two, loosen the third. Replace one without the new inlet and remove the last screw and old inlet. Assuming you have enough wire to di this. I've seem some screwy things in campers and don't want your thread plate to fall free in the wall to where you can get to it. (It shouldn't if installed properly, but again, seen some screwy things.)

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