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  • 50 Amp Twistlock Female to 15 Amp Male Adapter Recommendation
  • Instead of using two adapter the part # A10-1550DAVP would be a better option as it goes from a 50 amp twist lock female to 15 amp male like you need. Of if you wanted a longer setup the part # A10-1550D90VP is 12 inches long and has a 90 degree elbow. For a straight connector we have the part # A10-1550DVP.
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  • Adapter for 4 Prong 220 Volt Female to 110 Male Connector
  • Sounds like you are looking for an adapter like the part # A10-1550VP. It has a 220 volt 4 prong type female end and a 110 volt male end. Check out the review video I attached for more info.
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  • What is Wire Gauge of Mighty Cord 50 Ft RV Power Cord Extension w/ Finger Grip Handle # A10-5050EH
  • The Mighty Cord 50 Foot RV Power Cord Extension w/ Finger Grip Handle - 50 Amp # A10-5050EH referenced in your question is constructed of heavy duty 4-wire 6 and 8 gauge wires. This is a 125/250V cord with a female plug that will connect to the 50-amp plug on your RV power cord and a male plug to connect to a 50-amp outlet on an electrical box.
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  • Can Mighty Cord 90-Degree RV Power Cord Adapter be Plugged into 20 Amp GFCI Receptacle
  • The Mighty Cord 90-Degree RV Power Cord Adapter # A10-1550D90VP referenced in your question will connect to the 50-amp, twist-lock power inlet on your RV and plug into a 15-amp extension cord that can be run to an electrical hookup. There should not be an issue powering up a refrigerator but you will want to check the amperage for your A/C unit to see if you will be able to power it up and keep it running with a 15 amp plug. These will typically require more amps than a refrigerator and...
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  • What are the Correct Wiring Connections Between the Trailer and the Tow Vehicle
  • I have attached a wiring diagram that will show the typical arrangement of the towing wiring on your vehicle and the corresponding wires on the trailer side. The basic wiring identification is as follows: Green - Tail & Running Light Black - 12V Power Brown - Right Turn and Stop Blue - Brake Control Output White - Ground Red - Left Turn and Stop Yellow - Reverse Lights I also attached an article on trailer wiring that can give you more info for you to review.
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  • What is the Mighty Cord 50' RV Power Cord Extension Made Of
  • The cable on the Mighty Cord 50' RV Power Cord Extension # A10-5050EH is an SJT cable which is required for heavy duty applications. It is a thermoplastic made of rubber and plastic. It bends well even in cold weather. In order to be UL rated these cables have to be this type of construction.
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  • Adapter for 220V 4 Prong Male Outlet to 110V 3 Prong Female Outlet
  • I believe what you are looking for is the Mighty Cord Generator Adapter Y-Cord # A10-G30420Y. It converts a 4-prong 30 Amp outlet to two 20 Amp 3-prong outlets.
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  • Recommended 240v 50 Amp to 120v 30 Amp Adaptor
  • I spoke to my contact at Valterra and found that the # A10-5030FBK steps down a 50 amp service receptacle (2 X 120VAC) to 30 amps supply. This would work great for your camping trailers electrical system. I have linked the above mentioned product to this page for your convenience.
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  • Do You Carry A 50 AMP Power Cord In A 10 Foot Length?
  • The Mighty Cord Detachable RV Power Cord - 50 Amps - 25' # A10-5025EDBK is the shortest 50 amp cord available. We do not have a 10 foot length available, however, I do have another option for you. You can use the Mighty Cord 10' RV Power Cord Extension w/ Finger Grip Handle -125/250V - 50 Amp # A10-5010EH along with the Power Grip Marine-Style Power Cord Adapter w/ Handle - 50 Amps - 18" Long - Locking Ring # CAM55552. We do not carry the recepticles you are seeking.
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  • Replacement Female 30 Amp Twist Lock Connector for Use with Twist Lock RV Power Inlet A10-30INVP
  • Along with your Mighty Cord 30 Amp Twist Lock RV Power Inlet # A10-30INVP you can use their mating replacement female Twist Lock Connector # A10-30FDT. If you care to add a weather-resistant locking ring you can also use part # A10-30CV.
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  • Recommended 50 Amp RV Cable With 50 Amp Twist Lock Female To 30 Amp Male Connector In 50 Ft Length
  • To get the 50 amp cable in that length, I recommend the Epicord RV Power Cord with Handle - 50 Amp Male to Twist Lock Female Connector - 50' Long # 277-000157 along with the Power Grip RV Power Cord Adapter w/ Handles - 125V - 50 Amp Female to 30 Amp Male # CAM55185. If you want a shorter length, you can use the 36 foot length # 277-000155 or the 42 foot length # 277-000156 with the same adapter.
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  • Cord to Connect Generator Output to RV Power Inlet
  • To connect a generator's output to your camper's 30-amp power input you will need to ensure the two share the same connector. Part # A10-3025ED is indeed a 30-amp cord but we have products specifically made for connecting your RV inlet to your generator. 30-amp power cords are available in both 3-prong and 4-prong formats. Part # A10-G30253E has a 3-prong female twist-lock plug that connects to an RV's power inlet. The male twist-lock plug connects to your generator. For a 4-prong type...
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  • Adapter to Convert From 50 Amp RV Outlet to 30 Amp Outlet
  • To convert from the 30 amp 110 volt services to the 50 amp on your trailer you can use an adapter plug like the Mighty Cord # A10-3050DAVP. Or if you need a cord we have # A10-3050EDBK which is a 25 foot cord with a 30 amp male and 50 amp female.
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  • Voltage Rating of Mighty Cord 50-Amp RV Power Cord A10-5025ED90
  • The Mighty Cord 90-Degree Detachable RV Power Cord # A10-5025ED90 is rated for 50-amp service so it features the specific connector type required to deliver that amount of current in either 125V or 250V installations.
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  • Can 7-Way to 4-Way Adapter A10-7084VP be Used for Just Trailer Light Function
  • For what you are looking to do the part # A10-7084VP will work just fine. You would plug your vehicle's 4-way into the adaptor's 4-way and then plug straight into the 7-way of your trailer and all of the trailer lights will function. You could tape up the extra wires as they aren't needed or you could cut them off.
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  • Would Mighty Cord 7-Way RV-Style Trailer Connector # A10-7W6 Fit 7-Way of 2016 Chevy Silverado 3500
  • The standard 7-way trailer connector has not changed at all. The part # A10-7W6 that you referenced would work well with the 7-way you have on your 2016 Chevy Silverado 3500 though. It's possible your old connector or the truck's connector have corrosion or bent pins which would need to be cleaned/straightened.
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  • Compatibility of Mighty Cord # A10-3010EH with 2005 Keystone Hornet Sport
  • The Mighty Cord 10' RV Power Cord Extension w/ Handle 30 Amp # A10-3010EH will work very well on your 2005 Keystone Hornet Sport Camper to give you a 125V power connection at your home or campsite. The built-in handle makes gripping and unplugging the cord easy and the heavy-duty construction makes it weather-resistant and functional for countless camping trips.
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  • Recommended Mate for Might Cord # A10-50FDT Female 50 AMP Detachable Twist Lock Connector
  • A great connector that is compatible with the # A10-50FDT you were looking at is the Epicord 50 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet part # 277-000140. The one mentioned in the video just changed part numbers because it is now available in black # A10-50INBKVP and white # A10-50INVP. A great cover for the # A10-50FDT to protect it from the elements is the # A10-50ACV. I have linked all the above mentioned products to this page for your viewing and purchasing convenience.
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  • Wiring the Traditional Trailer 7-Way to 7-Way RV Standard
  • The Mighty Cord 7-Way RV-Style Trailer Connector, # A10-7W8, will have the same wiring configuration as the Hopkins 7-Way Molded Trailer Wire Connector, # H20046. I recommend the Epicord 7-Way Molded Trailer Plug with Junction Box , # 277-000141. The junction box will allow to easily connect your trailer wiring to the new 7-way cord. Using 7 of the Ring Terminal - 12-10 Gauge Wire, # 44-5310A, you can connect your trailer wiring to the junction box. The box can attach to the trailer...
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  • Can 50 Amp Surge Protector be Used with 30 Amp to 50 Amp Adapter
  • If the power level was going to stay under 30 amps yes, you could use the part # A10-5030FHVP with a 50 amp surge protector. But you should note that the surge protector portion wouldn't be very effective since it's rated for up to 50 amps the part # A10-5030FHVP is for 30 amps.
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  • Wire Gauge Mighty Cord Wishbone 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector A10-4225VP
  • All of the wires of the Harness part # A10-4225VP that you referenced are 20 gauge.
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  • RV 30 Amp And 50 Amp Adapters To Allow Electrical Hookup Between RV And Power Supply On Site
  • The Mighty Cord RV Power Cord Adapter Plug - 50 Amp Female to 30 Amp Male - Round # A10-3050AVP will allow you to plug a 50 amp system into a 30 amp receptacle. If you have a 30 amp system and need to plug into a 50 amp electrical hookup at an RV park, I recommend the Mighty Cord Dogbone RV Power Cord Adapter - 30 Amp Female to 50 Amp Male - 12" # A10-5030FHVP. These simple adapters make your system adaptable for the electrical hook-up available.
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  • Recommended Universal Wiring Harness for Trailer and Vehicle
  • Yes, you are correct the # A10-4225VP is a 25 foot length of wishbone 4-way wiring for the trailer with a trailer connector. A good universal harness for your vehicle is the # 119190KIT. The cost's of each item are listed on each page. I have linked both to this page for your purchasing convenience.
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  • Wiring Configuration of Mighty Cord 7-Way Plug A10-7W10
  • For the 7-way trailer plug # A10-7W10 the wiring configuration is as follows: Yellow: auxiliary and reverse lights Green: tail lights Brown: right turn and brake lights Blue: electric brakes Black: 12V battery charge Red: left turn and brake lights White: ground The 12V power and ground wires (black and white, respectively) are heavier 10-gauge wire; the blue brake circuit wire is 12-gauge and all lighting circuit wires are 14-gauge.
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  • 4 Way Flat to 6 Round Adapter for Honda Goldwing
  • Since you have separate wiring for turn signals and brake lights, you would first need to install Converter # RM-732. From there you would be able to use the Adapter - 4-Way Flat to 6-Way Round # A10-6034VP that you referenced. I have added a link to a video review of the converter, as well as a video showing an installation for you to take a look at. The instructions for this converter have also been attached for you.
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  • Available 50-Amp RV Power Cord Extensions
  • Mighty Cord 50-amp 25-foot RV power cord # A10-5025EDBK uses standard male and female plugs. In this type of connector we do have only the 25-foot length. However, we do offer many lengths of extensions shown on the linked page. These extensions are offered in lengths from 10-feet up to 50-feet. To minimize power losses you'll want to select the shortest extension that will do the job.
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  • Can an RV with 50 amp Power Be Used with 30 amp Power Source
  • We have the part # A10-G30450VP which is a 50 amp female socket to 30 amp male connector. OK now for the bad news, in most cases when your 50 amp RV is plugged into 30 amp shore power you will have some limitations on how many appliances you can run at one time. If your RV is equipped with 2 Air Conditioners, you may only be able to run one Air Conditioner unit at a time. If you try to use both AC units at the same time you may pop the shore powers 30 amp circuit breaker.
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  • Recommended Power Adapter Plugs for 30 Amp Generator Plug to 50 Amp Welding Plug
  • For your generator, I recommend the Mighty Cord Generator Adapter for RV Power Cord - 50 Amp Female to 30 Amp Twist Lock Male - 12" # A10-G30450VP and then the Power Grip 90-Degree Locking Marine-Style Power Cord Adapter - 50 Amps - 18" Long # CAM55562. If this is not the welding plug you are referring to, then we most likely don't have an adapter that will work.
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  • Generator Solution for Powering 110 Volt Camper
  • You'd need an adapter designed to reduce the power output from 240 to 110 otherwise just plugging in the higher output power source to lower power inputs will damage appliances. We don't carry anything like that but they are available. Most generators will have a 240 outlet as well as a 110 outlet like the # 289-AP5000 unless you have something that was purpose built for a mobile welder or something similar.
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Brakes Engaging When Flasher/Hazard Lights Are Turned On
  • In 7-way wiring the trailer brake circuit's contact/pin is next to the contact for the right turn/stop circuit. What can happen is that corrosion can build up on or inside either the truck socket or the trailer plug and this corrosive build-up can actually cause two adjacent circuits to become bridged together. If this happened between the right turn/stop circuit and the brake circuit applying your flashers would send a 12V signal to the brake circuit. Sometimes this corrosion (or trapped...
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