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Old 05-15-2015, 08:29 AM   #1
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I am restoring a 1969 Overlander. It was pretty much gutted when I got it. I don't know what the little cover in the right hand side rear is for. Can anyone tell me what it did? It is about an inch wide and inch and a half long. Spring loaded and round at the bottom. I can't seem to attach a picture to this post
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I am restoring a 1969 Overlander. It was pretty much gutted when I got it. I don't know what the little cover in the right hand side rear is for. Can anyone tell me what it did? It is about an inch wide and inch and a half long. Spring loaded and round at the bottom. I can't seem to attach a picture to this post
That spring loaded door is for your 30 amp power cord. It is like that so that your service center hatch can be installed while you are hooked up to shore power. Shore power can either be from a 30amp dedicated outlet at your home or at a 30 amp shore power mast at a camp ground. Hey welcome to the Forums, Ed
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Old 05-16-2015, 08:24 AM   #4
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Hi thanks for the reply. It's not power plug in. It's only an inch wide. The cover is slightly larger than a quarter. It's the size of a Cablevision or speaker jack. And located on the curb side of the camper. It's up at window height. Mine was a rear bathroom model. I have a picture but it's on my phone not my computer. I am just not sure what would have plugged in back there that was that small. I will try to send it to my daughters computer and see if she can load it from there. I was wondering if any type of antenna rotater was plugged in there or something. The cover is old. It's made of pot metal and appears to be original.
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Cablevision? Telephone?
What does the plug itself look like? Any wires attached on the inside--if so what kind?
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It had two thin wires attached to the inside plug. I don't have the plug. The grandkids threw it away.
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