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Old 05-04-2015, 12:31 PM   #1
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Marinco 50-amp to 30-amp adapter**SOLD**

Like new adapter. I paid something over $120 for this new, but have moved to a Y adapter now and so no longer need it. Asking $39, which includes shipping within the continental U.S.

Just in case someone is not familiar with what this does, it allows you to use your 30-amp shore power cord when the dock unit only has 50-amp receptacles available. Male end of the adapter plugs into the shore power receptacle, and then your cord plugs into the female end of the adapter.
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Old 05-04-2015, 01:10 PM   #2
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John, can you post a shot of the 50A plug to confirm the style...or a model number?

Is it a 50A 125V (one outward turned lug)



or a 50A 125/250V (two outward turned lugs)?



If it's the 125/250 model, I'm very interested.
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John, can you post a shot of the 50A plug to confirm the style...or a model number?

or a 50A 125/250V (two outward turned lugs)?
Sorry, Al, I don't check in as often as I used to so only saw your post today. My bad. In any case, it is the 50A 125/250V model. And it has been sold.
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John, can you post a shot of the 50A plug to confirm the style...or a model number?

Is it a 50A 125V (one outward turned lug)



or a 50A 125/250V (two outward turned lugs)?



If it's the 125/250 model, I'm very interested.
i have one to sell it has a 50 amp 2 outward goes to a i25 30 amp female plug on the other end. but the female plug has to be replaced As it has burn marks,it still works ok but should be replaced.the female end can bebought at WM, 35$lus the shipping, i also have a splitter that goes from 50 amp 250 to 2 50 amp 125s 150.00
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