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Old 04-25-2017, 09:22 PM   #1
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Outside Electrical Outlet??

I just bought a very nice used 2014 Greyhawk 29KS. Is there an outside electrical outlet!??!! I can't seem to find one!! To get any electrical outside I have to have a long extension cord and plug it into the one between the sink and the stove....what the heck?

Hopefully someone will tell me there IS one and I am just a bit blind!!

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I know on my Greyhawk it is inside the storage compartment on the side wall, yours could be the same
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There's two outside outlets on my 2015 Greyhawk. One is on the passenger's side baggage compartment behind the propane compartment. The other is in the power cord compartment on the driver's side
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There's two outside outlets on my 2015 Greyhawk. One is on the passenger's side baggage compartment behind the propane compartment. The other is in the power cord compartment on the driver's side
Our 2014 Greyhawk 31FK has outlets in these compartments as well. You have to bend way down to see them though.
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On more than one occasion I wish there was a receptacle on the outside of the coach like some manufacturers have. I thought of adding one so cord doesn't have to stick out of a compartment bay, but just can't see cutting a big whole in the factory fresh fiberglass.
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The compartments with receptacles have holes in the bottom (with plastic fingers to keep critters out) that the cords can be routed through so the compartment doors can be closed.
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Lowes sell outside 120VAC outlet assemblies with weather tight spring lids... My two trailers both have 120VAC outlets under the awning side...

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There's two outside outlets on my 2015 Greyhawk. One is on the passenger's side baggage compartment behind the propane compartment. The other is in the power cord compartment on the driver's side
ditto on our 31FK. 'Cept the on on the passenger's side is in *front* of the propane.

They did pick dark brown outlets with a dark brown faceplate....
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The compartments with receptacles have holes in the bottom (with plastic fingers to keep critters out) that the cords can be routed through so the compartment doors can be closed.
On our 29MV only the compartment that houses the 30A coach cord has a hole to the outside. The other compartment on the door side of the RV that includes the other 110V receptacle has a solid floor.
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