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Old 12-04-2010, 07:55 AM   #1
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Question Tioga electrical problem

I'm having an electric problem with my Tioga and have no wiring diagram for it.
It is a Model TR-Z F.I.N 877ZY7733934
MFD.ID NO 4-1742
The A/C, frig, microwave and house battery charger are all working, but none of the 110volt outlets have power. The circuit breakers are all working properly and there doesn't appear to be a wiring problem under the bench in the water heater area. However, I can't locate the access to any breakouts or junctions for the 110volt outlets to check their integrity, none of which have power to them. If I had a diagram showing the location of how these lines are run or the access panel where these lines divide, I should be able to locate the fault. Can you help me with this……..It would be greatly appreciated!
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Sincerely, GOE


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Old 12-05-2010, 03:25 PM   #2
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My first thought would be a tripped GFCI is shutting down all the outlets. Probably in the bath.

Try calling Fleetwood with your FIN. I know they have wiring schematics for Class A's, so maybe for their C's too? If they have one, they will either email or snail mail to you.

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Old 12-06-2010, 11:28 AM   #3
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Unhappy Tioga electrical problem

Hi Gary,
Thanks for the reply! You were right, it was a GFCI in the bathroom. I don't know why, but that never crossed my mind.
Thanks again.
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