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Old 09-24-2013, 02:08 PM   #1
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Hello all.
I am an avid reader of these forums, and I am continually impressed by the knowledge of those that respond to the many request for help and information. That being said, I have a situation that I need help with.

I have a 2002 Holiday Rambler Endeavor. We are currently set up in a camp ground. Have been for about a month now. Everything was operating fine until this morning.

Tried to flush the toilet would not flush. Checked the xantrex EMS panel. No lights on upper panel indicating the service type, amp load meter, power status. The lower portion of EMS has lights. It shows AC in.

NO ceiling lights. Upper receptacles not working, lower ones are. Refer works. Outside receptacles work.

Checked power from pedestal and surge protector, all good. Checked all breakers and fuses, all good.

Not sure what to do next? I am frustrated. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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GFI tripped? Happened once to us. The GFI in our kitchen area got tripped. We lost power to half the coach.
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Some circuit breakers need to shut off after they tripped and then turned back on.

The DC circuit breakers seem to be located all over my coach. Make sure you find all the panels. I have some near the AC breakers, some outside in a cubby, and one also on the inverter.

Also double check the campground pole to make sure your getting power on both legs of the AC.

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Yep, I'm betting on GFI or some elusive circuit breaker.

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Old 09-24-2013, 04:59 PM   #7
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Thanks everyone for all the replies.
Sorry for the delayed response. Have been trying to locate any GFI's on coach.
Found problem. DW hit salesman switch on way out this am thinking it was porch light. Everything is functioning as it should.
Thanks soooo much.
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Thanks for the update. Your DW is not the first to do this. Tell her she's forgiven .
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Thanks everyone for all the replies.
Sorry for the delayed response. Have been trying to locate any GFI's on coach.
Found problem. DW hit salesman switch on way out this am thinking it was porch light. Everything is functioning as it should.
Thanks soooo much.

What is a salesman switch?
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What is a salesman switch? Thanks
Battery disconnect.
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Cliff, thanks Bob
You're welcome. They call it a salesman switch because they can leave all the lights on when they leave and just hit one switch.
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