No, not looking to have a power cord with two male ends. "Inlet"......a word I didn't know (DUH!!)......yeah, that.
Jaybird (I think) has it. Just some way to get an extension cord 'neatly' into the trailer and terminate on a plug.
Coax is same way. I THINK I am going to be able to figure out the trailer wiring, but in the past I've had to go through a window with a short piece of flat coax, and this would alleviate that problem.....plus it seems like it should be the way trailers are wired for tv.....if they have just one tv......
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