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Park Power Marinco 20 Amp Power Inlet on 2040-parts.com

US $25.99
Location:

Monroeville, Indiana, United States

Monroeville, Indiana, United States
Condition:New Brand:PARKPOWER MARINCO Part Type:INLET Manufacturer Part Number:200BBI.RV UPC:N/A

PARKPOWER MARINCO

20 AMP 125 VOLT POWER INLET

MODEL 200BBI.RV

20 AMP 125 VOLT POWER INLET IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE AN OPTION TO UPGRADE OR REPLACE WORN POWER INLET CONNECTIONS ON BOATS, RVS OR TOWABLES.

20 AMP, 125 VOLT STRAIGHT BLADE INLET

USE WITH ANY STANDARD 20 AMP EXTENSION CORD

UV RESISTANT HOUSING AND CAP.

UL AND CSA APPROVED.

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