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Old 10-08-2012, 04:35 PM   #1
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Camco 50 amp replacement plug wiring diagram?

I've been having intermittent shore power problems and today I narrowed it down to either my 50-30-15 amp power reduction set-up or the 50 amp plug from my mh. When I removed the cover on the plug, the white wire is not connected to the middle/bottom wire clamp...should it be? Also, when wiring my new plug, should it be black left, green top, white bottom and red right?

Anyone have a diagram?

Thanks...Justen
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Depends on the way you're holding it.

Green should attach to the odd looking pin.
Black and red to the left and right pins
White to the pin between the two outside power pins

Yes the white must be attached

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Agree with Wizard. Why not hook the white wire up and see if that does not take care of the problem and enjoy the evening? Keep the new plug for a spare.
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Agree with Wizard. Why not hook the white wire up and see if that does not take care of the problem and enjoy the evening? Keep the new plug for a spare.
I wish it would've been that easy, the white wire was too short and was getting pulled loose when put into the casing..I had to trim the red and black wires about a half inch and now everything works like a charm. Not sure how it has worked over the last year of ownership, or the 5 years before that.

Oh yea, fridge seems to be cooling again...wth?!
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Glad you came out the winner
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