Loose power/accessory outlet problem
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    Loose power/accessory outlet problem

    I tried to unplug a cord from my front power outlet today, and realized that the outlet has come loose. In other words, the outlet came with the plug (about an inch or so) when I tried to pull the plug out. It seems to still be wired, but I don't know how to fix it or what I need or where to get what I need to get this fixed, and I need it fixed asap (I figure I will also replace that pesky clock light while I'm at it, lol).

    I did a search, but I couldn't find any info, hence, any info would be appreciated!
    RIP 2000 Ody EX-Granite Green, 89,000 miles, totalled, but did it's job well, all passengers in both cars okay
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    Ah ha! Thanks so much!
    RIP 2000 Ody EX-Granite Green, 89,000 miles, totalled, but did it's job well, all passengers in both cars okay
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    That pesky "clock light" repair is going to be independent from the socket issue. Both are easily addressed though, as New Dad New Van has referenced clearly for the socket remedy.

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    Yep, I know, thanks though (already got the clock repair pics/direction printed out )- I meant I guess I might as well make an afternoon of getting those "little" things I can do myself out of the way , unlike the oil change it is overdue for, the alignment that is coming up, etc. .

    On the plus side, the light went out on my rear air control knob, and my dh smacked it and it came back on . Didn't work for the clock though...
    RIP 2000 Ody EX-Granite Green, 89,000 miles, totalled, but did it's job well, all passengers in both cars okay
    2011 Aspen Pearl Sienna Limited
    lives in my van...

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