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Old 07-13-2019, 06:27 PM   #1
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Is there another breaker panel?

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Is there another breaker that controls the bedroom outlets? I went to plug a fan in the vanity outlet and it shorted. Now none of the plugs work in the bedroom area. I checked the breaker panel and fuses under the fridge and nothing is tripped there. Reset the gfci outlet in the bathroom and nothing. I'm running out of places to look.
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If you have an inverter it may have tripped he breaker on it.
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If you have an inverter it may have tripped he breaker on it.
So there's an actual reset on the inverter itself?
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Yes, it's a very small button type switch, probably white. You just press it down to reset it.
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Before I start digging around and messing with things I shouldn't, this is the inverter correct? It's the exact model I have. Click image for larger version

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You do NOT have an Inverter (DC to AC Device)


You DO have a Converter (Ac to DC Device) as pictured


120V AC feds outlets either directly or via GFCI circuit
Receptacles have a 120VAC Circuit Breaker in Main Power Panel under fridge


WAS the GFCI outlet in bathroom actually TRIPPED?
IF is was tripped then the bedroom outlets are fed from that GFCI outlet
If it was tripped and did reset (has to have AC Power to reset) and bedroom outlets are still dead then problem is with outlet.


Most likely the one you plugged fan into ....when fan shorted might have burnt wires on outlet
*Do any other outlets in bedroom work?


Remove the outlet and check wiring connections/burnt marks etc

***OPEN the 120VAC Circuit Breaker FIRST






Pg 89...owners manual---electrical system diagram
https://www.fleetwoodrv.com/resource...ROW_VISION.pdf
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Old 07-14-2019, 11:30 AM   #7
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You do NOT have an Inverter (DC to AC Device)


You DO have a Converter (Ac to DC Device) as pictured


120V AC feds outlets either directly or via GFCI circuit
Receptacles have a 120VAC Circuit Breaker in Main Power Panel under fridge


WAS the GFCI outlet in bathroom actually TRIPPED?
IF is was tripped then the bedroom outlets are fed from that GFCI outlet
If it was tripped and did reset (has to have AC Power to reset) and bedroom outlets are still dead then problem is with outlet.


Most likely the one you plugged fan into ....when fan shorted might have burnt wires on outlet
*Do any other outlets in bedroom work?


Remove the outlet and check wiring connections/burnt marks etc

***OPEN the 120VAC Circuit Breaker FIRST






Pg 89...owners manual---electrical system diagram
https://www.fleetwoodrv.com/resource...ROW_VISION.pdf
Thanks for verifying that I have a converter. I wasn't too sure if I had a converter/inverter hybrid by chance. I downloaded and read the manual for it last night and couldn't find anything that would remedy my situation.

The first thing I did when this initially happened, was checked the panel under the fridge. I noticed none of the breakers had tripped but decided to switch them all off and check the fuses while I down there to make sure nothing blew. The fuses were fine so I switched the power back on the breakers; nothing.

I scoured the Internet to see if there were any other breakers and came across the gfci outlet answer. I checked to see if the bathroom gfci was tripped and it wasn't. I tripped it manually(test) and reset it; nothing. I even borrowed a gfci socket tester to see that outcome; nothing.

Next, I removed and opened the outlet that "shorted" hoping there was an internal reset of sorts. I didn't find anything or notice any indications of it burning up. I tried chasing the wire to see where it went, and ended up behind the closet. I couldn't chase it further but it seems like it's being ran around and back to the fridge area.

I did download (thanks by the way) the manual you posted and noticed on the schematic that I don't have a seperate "bedroom" circuit. I looked under the fridge to see where the wiring went to and it's a cluster.

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Anyone happen to have the schematics for this rig by any chance?
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Just got the schematics from Fleetwood. It's all gibberish to me but hopefully I'll be able to chase it down with this
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Check your wet bay it usually has a gfci in it. May be in one of the other bays. Most campers have 2.
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Check your wet bay it usually has a gfci in it. May be in one of the other bays. Most campers have 2.
No gfi in the wet bay.
I can't figure this out for the life of me. They sent me the schematics for the non bedroom slide out versión but it seems like the outlet that shorted would be on the same circuit since all of the same outlets highlighted don't seem to be working.
Both gfis circled work Click image for larger version

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Is there a gfi outlet in the bathroom, if there is check it. On my discovery the bathroom gfi and the bedroom gfi outlet in on the same circur
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