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Old 10-04-2016, 04:03 PM   #1
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07 Seneca 34SS electrical questions

When plugged in all of my 110v plugs work except the one i really need, the one in the sleep over. I can't for the life of me figure out why. I checked fuse panel in bedroom and outside gfi plugs. What next?
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Is it a GFCI receptacle? If so, reset it.
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I all other receptacles are working. I would check the receptacle it self. Not uncommon for these to go bad. May also be a bad connection.
Another thought. The receptacle is in a slide. Check wiring that moves with slide.
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The receptacle in my bunk area is hooked up to the inverter.. 400 watt max..
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The 120v ac outlet in the overhead of my 2006 Seneca 34SS operates either on the inverter or on shore power, or on the generator. Any of the three. It is the only outlet which will work on the inverter, because it's the only one wired to the inverter. But it also will work fine on shore power or generator. Something seems wrong if yours won't work on shore power.

I would check in this order:
Circuit breakers associated with the front half of the motorhome. Switch them off, then back on again.
Whether the outlet works on the inverter


If the outlet does not work on the inverter:
Power at the input terminals of the inverter (input side would be 12vdc)
Output of the inverter by switching it on

If the outlet works on the inverter, but not on shore power after checking the circuit breakers, then check the wiring of your outlet itself, and change it out if necessary.
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Oh, and be careful with the 120v power. It can bite. Use a proper voltmeter.
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