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Old 07-29-2011, 12:30 PM   #1
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Alfa Gold Fifth Wheel Electrical Problems...

Anyone else having electrical problems with bathroom and kitchen plug ins not working correctly or not getting enough voltage to them? We have a 2004 Alfa Gold. Hubs has replaced breakers, GFC plug and still no electricity to the bathroom and kitchen plugs. UGH! Any comments or help would be greatly appreciated.

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Begin at the circuit breaker and test each outlet/connection along the wire. Insure all connections are tight, normal road vibration loosens them. How many GFCI receptacles in that circuit? The very first GFCI controls the rest of that entire circuit. I experienced that one time and the culprit was the GFCI on the outside the coach.

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Sounds like your RV tech is a parts replacer and not trying to diagnosis the problem. He needs to systematically work his way through the circuit until he finds the problem.

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