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Old 02-02-2019, 08:03 PM   #1
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I have a 2005 fleetwood southwind 37l. Today 7 120v outlets quit working. Two of them are located near the kitchen sink, so I thought it must be a gfi. I have a gfi near the bathroom sink and seems to work just fine. Does any one know if there is another gfi and if where it might be located? Any help would be very helpful. Thanks all
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If you are talking about where I hook-up water and sewer, there is nothing there. Thanks
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Here is a link to Fleetwood.
https://www.fleetwoodrv.com/motorhome-service-centers
Scroll to the bottom of the page and fill in your info. Request all mechanical diagrams to your coach. You will get the within a few days. They are great for troubleshooting electrical, plumbing etc. Fleetwood is quick to give technical help over the phone also. Good luck, Tom
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There is one and sometimes 2 in the bathroom.
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I have one in one of the compartments under the main awning
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Check the main AC panel for a GFI type circuit breaker! Have fun and keep her between the ditches!

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I don't know about your coach, but on mine, that can happen if the circuit breaker on the inverter pops open if the outlets in question get their shore/generator power through the inverter or is supplied by the inverter.
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