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Old 05-06-2016, 06:39 PM   #1
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Electrical Problem 05 Triumph Regency

My wall outlets do not work also fan and ac unit stopped .. We have a 2005 Triumph Regency 365BSQS by Fleetwood.. breakers work all fuses are ok...
Any one have any thoughts on what is wrong?

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Check your GFCI wall plugs, one of them might be popped.

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Old 05-08-2016, 09:42 AM   #3
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Yes, see if you can locate a GFCI and reset/replace it. That might be the problem, tho I would THINK AC would not be on a regular wall outlet circuit.
Outside of this, might have a bad breaker--it happens. Also check all connections to the breakers for loose wires--with the power off, of course.
One of the breakers--that the AC is on--should be more than a 20amp, look for that one to be suspect.
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thanks JOe
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Old 05-20-2016, 03:28 PM   #5
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I have the same RV 365BSQS and it sounds like you have multiple different problems. AC units run off 110 volts but they also need 12 volts to run thermostat. Check your 12 volt system first. Take a voltage reading at the batteries with a digital vom unplugged from power pedistal. Do it again plugged into pedistal. What's the difference. Voltage at batteries unplugged should be 12.65 volts if batteries are good and charged. plugged in voltage should be at least 13.5 all the way up to 14.6 volts depending on your converter.

While the trailer is plugged into pedistal check your main breaker box mains to see if you are getting voltage to both sides of your mains. If yes proceed to checking your GFCI in the bathroom behind the sink. If popped reset and see if you have voltage at outlets in kitchen. If no, check GFCI again to be sure it's not popped again. If the GFCI won't reset check for a ground fault in the outlets downstream of the GFCI and check throughly the outside outlet by the front door. They can get moisture in them that pops the GFCI. If nothing helps replace GFCI for 20$ at HD and recheck.make sure you keep track of what wires go where. If you don't have a digital volt ohm meter get one. They can be had for under 10 bucks off eBay and they are fine for what you are doing. Vom can also be found at radio shack for about 30$ And read on how to use it.
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