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Old 07-06-2014, 10:46 AM   #1
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Power is out by my bed

The outlets that are by my bed below my reading lamps don't have power. I also don't have power to my sleep number controls. Checked my breakers and can't find a fuse for them. Any idea.
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Old 07-06-2014, 10:52 AM   #2
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Check your GFI Recepticles in the bathroom and kitchen areas that should fix it.

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If the GFI does not cover it, then keep checking other outlets down that same side of the coach. If some work, great, if not, then good chance the 'daisy chain' to the outlets has a coupling that has gone loose. If your coach is the same as our 04, we found a loose connection in our front driver side slide outlet, that knocked out power to it and all down daisy chain stream outlets.

In our coach, the closest outlet on the drivers side to the Circut Breaker, was the bedroom outlets. So, yours could be the first one in the chain too. We had power all the way down the drivers side, until I reached the slide outlet. Chased that down and had to remove a panel in the flooring of cabinet to find the coupling. As I recall, it was 'press in' interference fit connection, with no screws securing it. (Quicker for assembly, and should hold if a good assembly took place. If not all the way in, they can vibrate loose over the years.)

Best of luck on this one, and let us know what you find out! Hope it is the GFI!
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It was the GFI you would think it would run more than that. Thanks
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Glad to help, I had the same problem last month and my house batteries were not charging. My service tech told me to check the GFI's and I was greatful that it was such an easy fix
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