Shore power connection

laureniac1laureniac1 Kirtland ohioPosts: 141Member ✭✭
The black threaded locking collar on my shore power is cracked. I can plug into boat but can't tighten it down. Can the collar be replaced?

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  • skennellyskennelly ChicagoPosts: 606Member ✭✭✭
    Yes I just did it.  The cord is basically made of rubber and you can twist a new on with the help of a flat head screwdriver if you need it.
    2002 - 270FV Mag 350 B3
  • laureniac1laureniac1 Kirtland ohioPosts: 141Member ✭✭
    Great news thanks
  • Dream_InnDream_Inn Annapolis, MDPosts: 3,725Member, Moderator mod
    Yep, I just did the same thing with mine last week.  Takes a little bit of twisting, but it'll go on.

    Dream 'Inn III -- 2008 400 Express

  • MarkBMarkB OntarioPosts: 2,923Member ✭✭✭✭✭
    Can you use dish soap on it to help it get on/through?

    Boat Name: King Kong

    "Boat + Water = Fun"

  • laureniac1laureniac1 Kirtland ohioPosts: 141Member ✭✭
    Good tip with dish soap thanks 
  • skennellyskennelly ChicagoPosts: 606Member ✭✭✭
    Soaps a good idea buts it's really not a big chore.
    2002 - 270FV Mag 350 B3
  • WillhoundWillhound Lake Simcoe, Ontario, CanadaPosts: 538Member ✭✭✭
    I get replacing the locking ring on an otherwise good cord, but if anybody has a need to change out a cord, check out the new Marinco "EEL" line. Uses a one-handed clamping system that I've found to be easy to use, no danger of cross threading and so far has held really well.
    "Knot Quite Shore"
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