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Old 07-12-2015, 10:04 AM   #1
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2005 Inspire 330 Electrical Issue

Several days ago DW plugged the vacuum into the outlet over the kitchen counter near the sofa and tripped the breaker at the service panel. After resetting the breaker only the GFCI on the opposite side (near the small counter) works. I have 4 outlets in the kitchen/living area inop and one down in storage bay. Thinking possibly the GFCI was bad and not allowing a circuit downstream I changed it out with a new one but no luck. This appears to be the only GFCI in the coach. Also if it's a clue when I UNplug a power cord from that outlet it sometimes trips the GFCI breaker but not the one at the service panel. I've also pulled the outlet she plugged into and it looks fine. It is the DaVinci interior. Thanks for any suggestions.


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Check your coach electrical bay for more breakers.

I found mine by reading the electrical schematic in the manual. I have two such breakers down below.

One of those popped and cost me four hours of pre-trip frustration, one new AC breaker, and one new GFI outlet until I finally listened to DW who asked, "Is there another breaker somewhere?" .
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Thanks Dean, I'll check as soon as we get parked! I appreciate it.


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I would suggest there is something wrong with the outlet she was plugged into that it is not letting power go to the rest of the receptacles. Do you have power in the bedroom and bathroom outlets?
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Yes there is power to bathroom and bedroom outlets. If I trip the GFCI they lose power as well so apparently it is doing its job. The outlet she plugged into appears to be ok and it's the trailer house Wirecon type. I need to order a couple just in case. There is 4 in the kitchen/dining area that do not work and the one in the bay downstairs. I know of no other 120 breakers on an Inspire. I may have to pull each one until I find it. I also cannot find a second GFCI anywhere. Thanks for the suggestions.


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