Where to find plastic cover for water/electric? - Fiberglass RV


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Old 04-21-2011, 04:57 PM   #1
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Where to find plastic cover for water/electric?

One of the ears on the little door dohicky that covers where the electric/water go into the side of the trailer broke off, does anyone know where to get a replacement? I have a CT-13 but I imagine these are kind of universal. Any help or links would be appreciated, thanks.

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Here is one for sale on eBay.
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Here is another one that is cheaper.

The key words for the search are "pop-up electric access hatch.
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Thanks!!!!
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It's interesting that the CT-13 has this plastic cover but our VT-16 has a separate heavy-duty metal cover not part of the electric/water access point. Our access door (like your's pictured) covers the city water and on-board water ports. The electric port is on the front left curve of the trailer.
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Old 01-18-2012, 12:08 AM   #6
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I think mine was modified by a previous owner.
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Slightly different style, but $6 from Scamp... I'd replace the entire thing, looks like UVs really ate it up: Cord Port New Style (After 2003)
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It does look modified, our Uhaul just has the door which has to be left open when hooked to electric.
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cord door

I was able to buy a new cord door for $4.50 at a small RV dealer in my area. According to the dealer he sells a lot of the doors because they are flimsy and often break at the hinge point or the small door snaps off. Installed my new cord door last summer hope it lasts through this summer
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Yeah, I replaced the whole thing with a new one.
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Our local small town (pop 1500) dealer has all kinds of rv parts.
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