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Old 09-13-2010, 09:46 PM   #1
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HR Endeavor Electrical Problem

Having Elec. problem in 2001 Holiday Rambler Endeavor Diesel 38'. The a/c units work, the 12 volt lights work but none of the 120 volt receptables work. We checked the breakers and reset them all. The monitor panel in the front of the coast says we have 50 amp.
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Welcome to the forum. Try locating your GFI's and reset them.
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Having Elec. problem in 2001 Holiday Rambler Endeavor Diesel 38'. The a/c units work, the 12 volt lights work but none of the 120 volt receptables work. We checked the breakers and reset them all. The monitor panel in the front of the coast says we have 50 amp.
You need a voltage meter to test to see whether or not your transfer switch is working properly. Ruling that out, pull the trim panel off of the service and check to see if you have power at all the connections to the breakers. You may have an open L1 or L2. I'm only guessing right now but I would meter all those circuits.
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Thank you for this idea. We'll do that tomorrow a.m. First we'll check the breaker panel to see if it is getting power. Then I guess we'll check the transfer switch except we are not sure how to do that.
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We took out the GFI over the sink in the bath area and replace it with a regular receptacle, would that affect what is happening with no power to all of our receptacles?
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We took out the GFI over the sink in the bath area and replace it with a regular receptacle, would that affect what is happening with no power to all of our receptacles?
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As long as you hooked both sets of wires (if you had two) back up to the receptacle it should be OK. GFI's have a pass-through, power goes through the GFI to other receptacles, possibly the ones that are not working.
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I had the same problem this weekend. I couldn't get any power out of one of my outlets when plugged into 50 amp service. Then I pushed the button on the GFI outlet that was the closest.. Guess what? I guess they were both connected. Took me by surprise. I thought the heater I was plugging in was broken because it didn't work in either outlet.... damned GFI.
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Having similar problem. No power to any of my receptacles. If there is no power to the 30 amp breaker in the control panel for the inverter, would that prevent my receptacles from working?
A lot of time the inverter powers the outlets, so if there is no power to the breaker on the inverter there would be no power on the outlets. What kind of inverter do you have?

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