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Old 08-23-2015, 07:17 AM   #1
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26.5 rls shore power cord?

Has anyone removed the cabinet or cabinet counter top which houses the water pump and power cord located in-between the swivel chairs at the rear of the trailer? It appears that the cabinet may be attached from the bottom of the trailer, but before I go to the work of removing the trailer bottom cover I thought I would ask.
I am thinking of shortening the power cable, because as it it its a Pain to get the cable pushed back into the storage housing after pulling it out. Especially when the cable gets stiff during cooler weather.
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Old 08-23-2015, 08:25 AM   #2
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You may need that extra length someday. Not to try and change your mind but many have done a mod to put a receptacle on the side that allows the cord to be plugged in , removed and stored when not in use somewhere else. The plug is made by Marinco and there are threads here on the mod.
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I have thought of doing this on my 2012 26.5 RLS due to getting it tangled up a couple of times and having a devil of a time getting it out. Haven't done it yet, but haven't given up on the idea. Much better than shortening the cord.
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Power cord length isn't a problem. Since dealing with the trailer power cord can be a pain, I carry 50' of 30 amp cable with me. So, Shortening the power cable will be the least painful to the pocketbook.
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