Replacing Power Plug

Replacing Power Plug

by Bob (Denver,CO)

Question: How do you replace the shore power plug for a Phoenix Cruiser 2004? The wires seem very tight and I can’t pull the plug. If I pull on the plug prongs they come off of the wire. I need to replace the shore power plug because the cover and the casing is broken. Also what can be used to make the rubber on the door and around all of the outside compartments white again?

Answer: We assume that the problem is on the end of the cable that connects to the power pedestal at the campsite. You should be able to go to an RV supply store to purchase a new plug end. Make sure you buy the correct size – 30 or 50 amp.

Before you start make sure that the cord has been disconnected from all power sources. Now that you have the new plug, cut off the old plug and follow the wiring instructions that came with the new plug.

As far as the second part of your question, we invite suggestions from others on how to get the rubber white again. We don’t have any tips on that one.

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