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Old 06-27-2017, 07:23 PM   #1
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2002 Pace Arrow 110 volt question

2002 pace arrow 36 R, with Generator running, the 110 volt outlet above the sink and above the living room slide out are dead.
I looked at the gfci's in the bathroom and bedroom. Suspect there is another, but where? New owner, thanks.
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Did you look around where your house batteries are stored. My 200 amp was there attached. I have a 2017 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 37 U
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I'll look there tomorrow.
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Also check any plugs outside. They may be GFI's and also run the ones your having an issue with.
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Did not find it yet.
Trying to ask for schematics from Fleetwood.
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Talk with a technician at Fleetwood..they help me all the time
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Plugs are usually 'daisy chained' (just like in a house) from outlet to outlet. First place I check is the first dead outlet. Then the last working outlet (can be hard to find the last working one, but look which way wires are headed and that can help.) Worse case, check every outlet on that string (breaker) and make sure the connections are good.
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Old 07-24-2017, 11:52 AM   #8
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It took some time and many checks from breakers etc.
Solution: GFCI in bathroom.
I swear I double checked it before. Duh.
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