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Old 01-09-2014, 06:09 AM   #15
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Jim, my gfi is when I first walk in the Rv. It is the odd receptacles that done work, below the sink near the floor in the over head space above drivers side of coach, my plug in the bedroom near the ceiling and it don't remember anything else.
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Jim, my gfi is when I first walk in the Rv. It is the odd receptacles that done work, below the sink near the floor in the over head space above drivers side of coach, my plug in the bedroom near the ceiling and it don't remember anything else.
If you have an inverter (located in the righthand overhead cabinet up front according to the TV/DVD, Front Wiring Installation diagram for your coach) it may be that the circuit breaker on that. Check for a switch/circuit breaker on that and see if that fixes things.

According to the Body, 110 Volt Wiring Diagram the inverter (if present) powers the overhead outlets on both sides at the front (for TV and satellite receiver) as well as the overhead outlet for the rear TV in the forward lefthand corner of the bedroom.
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