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Old 09-23-2019, 01:02 PM   #1
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Geo Pro Power Connector

Hi, I just traveled 500 mil to pick up my new Geo Pro 12SRK from Las Vegas.
Now I find that the dealer didn't provide a power cord for me.
I can't find a power cord on Amazon that matches my connector, which looks like this:


Can anyone tell me what is the name of this connector?

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Old 09-23-2019, 01:26 PM   #2
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that just a 3o amp male plug just get a female 30 amp should just plug up.
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Old 09-23-2019, 01:44 PM   #3
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Every connector I found on Amazon has a L shape prolong.

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that just a 3o amp male plug just get a female 30 amp should just plug up.
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Old 09-23-2019, 03:10 PM   #4
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should it plug in anyway?
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Every connector I found on Amazon has a L shape prolong.
That's not a standard 30 amp RV outlet.
Have you contacted the dealer about overnighting the cord? And have you searched every square inch of the trailer? Like under the bed?
Could that plug possibly be for the solar connector?
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That's not a standard 30 amp RV outlet.
Have you contacted the dealer about overnighting the cord? And have you searched every square inch of the trailer? Like under the bed?
Could that plug possibly be for the solar connector?
Do you mean my trailer is not using a standard connector for shore power?
12SRK is pretty small, so I did search every inch.
Its solar connector is a different port using SAE connector.
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Do you mean my trailer is not using a standard connector for shore power?
12SRK is pretty small, so I did search every inch.
Its solar connector is a different port using SAE connector.
All 30 amp RVs, ive ever seen, have outlets on the side, like this:

https://images.app.goo.gl/j3VXnyDGrNZcNqnP9

Has the L-shaped prong you've seen.

The one you pictured, is configured like the supply end of the cord, that plugs into shore power.
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Looking at the pic again, it looks like the cord may be stored inside.
Try pulling the plug out, the cord may come out with it.
Surprised another Geo-pro or E-pro owner hasn't jumped in.
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makes sense see if you can pull it out.
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That could be an amazing design, but it cant not be pulled out.
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That could be an amazing design, but it cant not be pulled out.
Did the dealer have more 12RSKs in stock? I'd call them to check another one. Then you can also have them send you the cord.
Like I said, never seen an 30 amp outlet like that, on a RV. That male prong configuration is usually on the other end of the cord.
It also doesn't make sense since there's no way to secure the plug, since it's not threaded nor twist lock.
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Did the dealer have more 12K
You mean 12SRK? Yes
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Its a marine style cord which female end disconnects from trailer and male on other end. Mine was wrapped in film in a storage compartment. I would have dealer send original.
The original has lights for circuit etc.
Here is a similar one:
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Maybe?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Superior-...ndle/751659842

https://www.amazon.com/Superior-Elec...gateway&sr=8-1

The plug is a TT-30P for reference
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Neither of those are long enough.
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Its a marine style cord which female end disconnects from trailer and male on other end. Mine was wrapped in film in a storage compartment. I would have dealer send original.
The original has lights for circuit etc.
Here is a similar one:
That cord apparently won't work with the OP's trailer, since it doesn't seem to have a standard 30 amp RV twist lock outlet.
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The pic the OP posted doesn't make sense. There are no threads in the outlet, to secure the female end of the cord.
The only similar housing I've seen on a RV, is for shore cord storage.
The problem is that, is if it is the 30 amp plug in outlet, it'll be difficult to find a long cord to work.
Until another 12SRK owner chimes in or the OP gets information from the dealer, there's not much more we can help with because it's not a standard 30 amp RV outlet.
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I'm able to find this thing based on bsinc1962's comment.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...KIKX0DER&psc=1
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Its a marine style cord which female end disconnects from trailer and male on other end. Mine was wrapped in film in a storage compartment. I would have dealer send original.
The original has lights for circuit etc.
Here is a similar one:
I just had a look at mine and I was wrong with the similarities. 19FD has 3 blades not the prong as indicated by OP.
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I just checked my Geo Pro 15 TB I have the same kind of plug as pictured by Charby
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