NEVER install any open (male) terminal ends to the end of the cord you plug into the trailer!
Originally Posted by MJo
thank you for replying. I tried to go to the sites you mentioned for the replacement power cord door and outlet replacement but couldn't find what I thought you had, lots of "inlets" but few "outlets" I would prefer using an "outlet so I could plug my house extension cords in and I would modify the Scamp cord by attaching a male plug to the cut end. The Victor baits are self-contained, boxes with bait in them that can feed up to several mice and can be thrown into the trash.
All trailer inlet plugs are already male, and for good reason. If you have a female end on the cord to attach to the male receptacle of the trailer, you won't have any energized and potentially deadly electrocution hazard. Besides from being illegal, it is extremely dangerous. It sounds like you could use some professional help with your wiring, as it appears that you don't know much about electricity, and this could prove to be a project that may be "out of your pay grade" so to speak. If that cord was plugged into the supply outlet and someone touched those male plug terminals, you could kill them. I won't make light
of the dangerousness of doing something like that.
Are you trying to find an outlet like the ones in the walls in your house? (i.e. 15 Amp receptacle to just plug in a normal extension cord?) If so, the 30 Amp plug is pretty much a standard in the RV world, although you can still usually find a standard outlet installed next to the 30 Amp RV plug-in. In any case, if you install a 30 Amp twist-lock, you can always use an adapter to go from your "home outlet" to the 30 Amp RV outlet.
After looking around, I think that this may be what you're looking for.