I am glad HH was able to tell you where the breakers are because it is not in the manual. I went through the entire 120 volt section. You can download the Owners Manual here https://www.fleetwoodrv.com/owners-manuals
There is an inverter in the coach but it is only for the TV and VCR. You also have a converter that charges the batteries and provides 12VDC when you are plugged into shore power. If your coach is like mine, then your shore power cable ends at the converter. Check at the converter for a circuit breaker for the 120VAC, and if you have the necessary knowledge and skills to do it with out letting any smoke out of wires or you, check your 120VAC in and out of the converter. There is a possibility the 120V is fused in the converter. Do you have a surge protector EMS between the coach and electrical stand?If you do check that it is not tripped and check for power out of it. If it can be reset,do so, some cannot be reset and must be replaced. If you have a tripped protector that can be reset and it will reset good, if not do not use the stand without a surge protector and it has been checked by an electrician.
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