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Old 08-26-2012, 05:17 PM   #1
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After camping this weekend it looks like it is time to put a new end on the power cord. Have been searching to see if there is anything out there that has a 90 degree angle on the cord after it comes out of the trailer. This would be at the locking screw part. The end I need to change is the male portion where it plungs into the campground power pole. Just thought since I do not care for the cord coming straight out of the trailer and it needs repair it might just be time to upgrade. Any suggestions?
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The male end is----------

The 30AMP male end that plugs into the parks power box is 90. Camping world has them or you can order off the internet!
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Old 08-26-2012, 06:55 PM   #3
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I have the male end that is a 90. looking for one on the female end the part the plugs into the trailer.
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I have the male end that is a 90. looking for one on the female end the part the plugs into the trailer.
Found this. Amazon.com: ParkPower 30RPCRV 30 Amp RV Right Angle Locking Cordset: Automotive
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Old 08-27-2012, 12:04 AM   #5
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this is the company that supplies most of the cords and plugs for the RV industry.
and their HQ is in my town!

http://www.marinco.com/brand/park-power
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After camping this weekend it looks like it is time to put a new end on the power cord. Have been searching to see if there is anything out there that has a 90 degree angle on the cord after it comes out of the trailer. This would be at the locking screw part. The end I need to change is the male portion where it plungs into the campground power pole. Just thought since I do not care for the cord coming straight out of the trailer and it needs repair it might just be time to upgrade. Any suggestions?

If you are talking a 90 degree female end coming out of the trailer like this you will not find it unless you buy a full cord which will have it molded. That is the only way you can get it.
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Thanks that is the one I was looking for
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Old 08-27-2012, 12:33 AM   #8
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Marinco also makes a 1 foot right angle 30 amp adapter.

ParkPower by Marinco 1RPCRV Right Angle RV Adapter 30Amp 093344311758 | eBay

You've really got to shop around as prices vary to about 3 times the lowest price. It doesn't make sense to buy the adapter when for a few more dollars you can buy a complete cordset with right angle connector on it.
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