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Old 07-23-2013, 11:54 AM   #1
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Brake buddy classic plug broke

The plug for our BB classic got crushed in the door...we bought a couple of replacements from auto parts store - didn't work. We called BB and they said they could send us one but we are on the road ...
Any ideas?
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Old 07-23-2013, 01:52 PM   #2
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The plug for our BB classic got crushed in the door...we bought a couple of replacements from auto parts store - didn't work. We called BB and they said they could send us one but we are on the road ...
Any ideas?
Which plug. 12v lighter plug? Some info would help. When you said the auto parts plugs didn't work. What was wrong?
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Old 07-23-2013, 03:41 PM   #3
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Get the one from BB sent overnight to a campground you will use one or two days out.

I had the same issue.
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The plug for our BB classic got crushed in the door...we bought a couple of replacements from auto parts store - didn't work. We called BB and they said they could send us one but we are on the road ...
Any ideas?
Bought my 15 amp replacement at Bass Pro shop.
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When this happened to me I bought a plug at Radio Shack. You need to make sure you have the polarity correct when you wire it. Also, there is usually a fuse inside the plug. Is it there and is it ok?
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Thanks for help

Thank you for the suggestions. We made arrangements with campground to stay longer and BB is sending replacement to us.
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