Originally Posted by JohnWedell
As an electrician I would go the simple route. Pull the he cord all the way out, cut it off about 4 feet from the trailer and put male and female plugs on the ends. It's pretty cheap and no more problems. I can't see how it would void any warranty if done correctly.
I did that on one of my previous TTs and found the trailer end (male connector) kept falling inside the little round hole and I had to find a skinny person to reach in and retrieve it. I finally tied a piece of para cord to it so I didn't have to reach in and find the cord end.
And you can imagine what would happen if some amateur puts the female end on the trailer and the male end on the power cord. Murphy spends a lot of time in RV parks and campgrounds.