Originally Posted by sailor
Our dealer had all of the power cords (those that were accessible) cut and stolen from his trailers.
I used to work for a RV dealer in the parts dept.
A couple of times I had customers come in saying their cords had been cut off and stolen during winter storage. I suggested retrofitting their camper with a power cord that plugs into the side of the camper. That way the cord could be removed and locked up when the camper is not being used. If that proved to be too costly, my next suggestion was to get a 30' extension cord, cut off the female end and hard wire it to the camper just like the original one before it.
FAA A&P mechanic, ex-RV dealer parts dept
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