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Old 11-11-2013, 06:45 PM   #1
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98 Beaver Patriot electrical wiring

Is there anyone that has a problem with an outlet not getting electricity and not know where it comes from.

I lost power in the bay that the Hurricane furnace is located (which is now an Oasis Combi same company just a newer furnace that will fit in that small bay). I checked the outlet and no power coming into it. The wires come in from the roof and every outlet in coach works but that on plug in.

Checked all the GFCI's and all work. One in the basement which I thought was it has power in and power out. I ran an extension cord from it to the furnace and the electical element is now working. The diesel burner has always worked but no electricity for the element.

I have contacted Bend Service Center via email and they are talking about locations for 12vdc. I am talking about the 115vac.

I'm stumped where the power to the outlet comes from.


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Old 11-11-2013, 07:14 PM   #2
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Welcome Larry to irv2.
If it was something added by someone other than mfg of coach it could be wired to your load center, doubled up with another circuit , off transfer switch, some other outlet supplying your water heater.
You may have to crawl into a compartment to trace or follow under chassis.
There are some links here that may give you a clue.
Some more 120 info.
Here is a thread that has some info.
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