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Old 10-07-2016, 11:33 AM   #1
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Outlets have shorted out

I have a 2004 Alfa See Ya. I seem to have caused a short in the interior outlets because I have no power coming from them. Can anyone tell me where to find the fuse to check it?
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I seem to have caused a short in the interior outlets because I have no power coming from them. Can anyone tell me where to find the fuse to check it?
Those in the know will need to know what type of rig you have to be much help. More info please.
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They are not fused, there could be a breaker or even more likely a popped GFI outlet. They are usually located near the bathroom and kitchen sinks.
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Also agree more than likely a GFI has tripped. May have several. I'd look in the bathroom first. If you have outside 115 outlets, have you been in the rain lately. Had an outside outlet shorting out due to water and tripping inside GFI.

Also, do you have power to anything inside using 115?
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check the fuses/circuit breakers on the inverter.
if you are plugged into shore power make sure the breakers is on on the pedestal
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If it is just a few of the outlets it is most likely the breaker on your inverter.
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I have a 2004 Alfa See Ya, 40 ft diesal pusher. Freightliner chassis, Allison transmission, Cummins engine.
There is not a GFI outlet in the RV. I guess they weren't required in 2004?
The good news, though, is the outlets are working once again. I think the vacuum that I was using overheated and it must have an automatic shutoff when it overheats. Thanks all, for trying to help. Kathy
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