I have a 2006 Kodiak 214 Hybrid trailer. Love the trailer, and have had almost zero issues with it. However, the last few years I've been getting water leaking in near the back when I tow through a rainstorm. It never leaks while stationary, whether the bunks are open or closed. It just dawned on me that the cover that my shore power cord retracts into, doesn't close very well. In this particular trailer, the shore power cord retracts into a small storage space probably about 5 inches wide at the back wall of the trailer, right where water comes in. I can easily insert a few fingers around the hole where the cord goes in, so theres really nothing preventing water from entering. If anything, I should find a better way to seal this up, as part of my water leak troubleshooting, at a minimum. Question I have - Is it typical nowadays for the cord to just retract in like that, with no real sealing around the cover? My cover is worn a bit and just hangs loose, but there was never any weather stripping. Wouldn't it be better to have a male 30 amp (or whatever) receptacle flush with the side of the camper instead of a retractable cord? Has anyone done such a modification? I'd send a picture of what I have, but the trailer is in winter storage so not easily accessible.