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Old 05-07-2017, 12:48 AM   #1
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New Rv but learn as i go, but i was using a 115 volts from my house everything was working great drove it last weekend. Now it is telling me i have a open ground and i have been looking.
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What is telling you that you have an open ground?

Are you now on a generator?

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I bought it in November of last year so i was using the 110 power from my home to keep everything charged. Then i plug it back in the floating charge light did not come on , it is telling me that i have a open ground check wiring. Everything works except the wall plugs, could not fine a breaker for the wall plugs.
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Here is a link for TECH INFO that may help and you can use the Search engines top of link.
You also have a Gulf Stream forum to help you.
Your outlets may not work because you have to reset a GFI outlet.
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