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Old 01-28-2012, 10:55 AM   #1
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Replacing the power cord

I have just purchased a 2000 Jayco Designer 3310 and the power cord is damaged. I am assuming that the cord connects to the converter somewhere in the camper.

Does any one know where the power cord connects in my camper? How easy is it to get to?

Any help would be appreciated

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Old 01-28-2012, 05:59 PM   #2
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I am going to replace mine in the TT. It is in a wood box just inside where it is pushed into the TT sidewall. I willneed to unstaple the lid of the box. It is under cabinets and behind the slide.

Don't know where yours is but mine is a pita to get to and is harder since I'm getting wider.

Look maybe behind a panel to find it.
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Not sure exactly on your model, but it should be at or near your fuse panel. Sometimes you can remove a drawer or a panel and get to it easily, sometimes it is just a little more work.

Enjoy that new Designer and welcome to the forum!
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I am going to replace mine in the TT. It is in a wood box just inside where it is pushed into the TT sidewall. I willneed to unstaple the lid of the box. It is under cabinets and behind the slide.

Don't know where yours is but mine is a pita to get to and is harder since I'm getting wider.

Look maybe behind a panel to find it.
Think your's is pita. My water heater sits on top of box. I'd have ot pull breaker panel and converter Or water heater to get at mine.
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