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The 4 outlets in the front of our coach (2006 Winnebago Adventureer, W22 chassis), 2 for the entertainment center and 2 on the passenger/copilot side all of a sudden stopped working. I am assumed I tripped a GFI, but the only 2 GFIs (none appear connected to the 4) I know of are working and none of the house or chassis breakers/fuses are tripped. What am I missing. Thanks

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There may be one in a compartment that is tripped but that would be a slim chance. Make sure if any breakers feel soft or were tripped make sure you turn them off then back on. or better yet turn one off at a time and reset it, then do the next one until all are reset.

 

 

 

safe Travels, Vern

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I thought our MH had only 2 GFCI outlets. One day a kitchen outlet was dead, I began the search and finally found a 3rd GFCI "hidden" in a small corner compartment on the kitchen counter where the coffee maker is stored. Ya never know for sure, keep looking.

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You guys solved it. There was a 15 amp pop-out fuse on the small inverter in the storage bay on the passenger side. Did not even know there was one there, which is the exact reason to ask experienced and smarter folks. THANK YOU.

 

Yup, I think we've all been there, done that. There is nothing like crawling around, feeling for fuses/breakers, to make you wonder about how the manufacturer expected you to know where everything is located. What is worse, the very day after your coach was manufactured they might have changed the location of that inverter.

 

Barb

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Or if all else fails check the wires coming off the breakers and see if one has come loose. Our homes are equivalent of a stix n brixs going through an earthquake, stuff shakes loose !

That is on my annual checklist. Go through every breaker panel and make sure all wires are tight. Your description of driving our highways is dead on. I think this is why RV 120VAC receptacles have spring-type wire holders.

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