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Old 06-21-2014, 06:01 AM   #1

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115 volt ac gfi outlet circuit

Its me again guys I am sitll troubleshooting my refrig It works on propaine so I figured Id figure out my elec side of it when I get back to NM right now I am in ATL. and am havint some A/C 110 problems. I have one GFI circuit that is out not getting voltage to the gfi outlet it is for the rear of the rig. I have put a tester in one in the kitchen to test my braker labelling. The only breaker that would shut off power to the circuit was the main breaker how do I find out where the problem is.

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Old 06-21-2014, 06:25 AM   #2
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Several outlets are frequently daisy-chained from one main GFCI outlet. The main GFCI is most frequently located in the kitchen or bathroom. It the main GFCI trips, the other outlets won't work either even though the breaker is on. Push the test button and reset all other GFCI outlets to see if the one in the rear of the coach comes back on.
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