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Old 06-23-2019, 12:26 AM   #1
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Missing 30 amp power cord

I just recently bought a 1991 Dutchmen classic believe it's to be 32 foot. I found out that the guy had cut or removed the 30 amp power cord to hardwire electric at the lake lot that he had it at. I just want to make sure I get the right cord and have it hooked up the right way we are going to be living in our camper and currently we have absolutely no electric in their due to there being no power cord any help at all or advice or wiring diagrams or whatever have you would be very helpful.
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Old 06-23-2019, 12:53 AM   #2
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Please post pictures of what ever is there.

The TT could have a cord wired to the TT service entrance or it could have a bulkhead plug.

The bulk head plug would be a standard pin for the size of the service entrance. It would be either 30 amp 115 volts. In this case, just buy a replacement 30 amp RV cord

For a TT without a bulkhead plug, you would need a 30 cord with appropriate 30 amp 115 volt plug. Wire it directly to the TT service entrance. In this case there is probably a built in storage space for the cord.
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You will need a 30 amp RV replacement cord.

I don't think Dutchmen was using the bulkhead connectors in 1991.

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It leads into under the bathroom sink. After looking further into it, it looks as though it jas to be pigtailed. I could not gey a picture to load.


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Please post pictures of what ever is there.

The TT could have a cord wired to the TT service entrance or it could have a bulkhead plug.

The bulk head plug would be a standard pin for the size of the service entrance. It would be either 30 amp 115 volts. In this case, just buy a replacement 30 amp RV cord

For a TT without a bulkhead plug, you would need a 30 cord with appropriate 30 amp 115 volt plug. Wire it directly to the TT service entrance. In this case there is probably a built in storage space for the cord.
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