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Old 06-27-2013, 06:48 PM   #1
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Dog chewed up the power plug. Ugh!

The dog at my uncles house chewed up the power plug that plugs into the bumper. Where can I get one? And are all the round plugs the same? Is there somewhere I can get a wiring diagram for the entire trailer?
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Dog chewed up the power plug. Ugh!

Greetings Woodweavil7!

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The dog at my uncles house chewed up the power plug that plugs into the bumper. Where can I get one? And are all the round plugs the same? Is there somewhere I can get a wiring diagram for the entire trailer?
If my interpretation is correct, you are referring to the cord that connects the trailer to the tow vehicle. That cable I am referring to is referred to as a "Pig Tail" and can be obtained from an Airstream dealer. The cable can be found at this link.

I am not familiar with the 120-volt AC power cord on your Airstream, so cannot help if that is the cord that you need. If the dog only chewed the plug itself, a replacement for the 30-AMP RV electrical plug can be purchased from nearly any parts-stocking RV dealership.

Good luck in resolving your problem!

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you can get a replacement plug at any rv store. just make sure that you wire it the same as the chewed up one.

Most owners manuals for AS's show a wiring diagram foe most of the systems like the tow vehicle plug. If you don't have that you can order from airstream and a couple of other sources, or get specific pages on the forums.

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Yes it's the pigtail that I'm referring to. But I would like to go over the univolt system as well
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