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Old 10-08-2015, 10:24 AM   #1
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I am having problems with my GFI in the bathroom. None of the plugs that are attached to the GFI will not work. I bought a new GFI and hook it up but still they don't work. I may have wired it wrong. I should have taken a picture of it before I disconnected it. But I didn't. This is my first post a here. Hope Y'all can help me figure this out before winter because sometimes I use a electric heater.

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Hi. Welcome! We had a 2004 Cougar 5-r. If you plug in a circuit tester, what does the read out show? Also, after you press the Test button the GFI, did you press the Reset button?


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Hi. Welcome! We had a 2004 Cougar 5-r. If you plug in a circuit tester, what does the read out show? Also, after you press the Test button the GFI, did you press the Reset button?

I will check and get back with you. Thanks for your response.
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You may need to reset all breakers and all GFI outlets. My trailer is wired such as the GFI outlet in the bathroom control the circuit that the TV is on. While the GFI in the kitchen control outlets in the bedroom.

And for sure look at the another GFI outlet with out removing any wires to help doubke check your new wiring. You must not have any mistakes when you rewire.

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