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Old 11-08-2018, 06:27 PM   #1
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Loss of AC power to right side of RV

I have a 1994 Bounder and there is no AC power to the refrigerator or outlets on the right side of the home. I checked the breaker for that and it's OK. I took the drawers of the kitchen cabinet and checked for power at the junction and there was none. It must have lost power from the breaker box to that connection,but I don't know how the wires run. Any help would be appreciated
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Likely a GFI outlet that needs to be reset. In our first motorhome it was always the one in the bathroom.
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Old 11-08-2018, 06:35 PM   #3
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Check each duplex (plug in). You might find a GFI is tripped.
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Are you on a 50 amp service? If so sounds like you have lost one leg of the power coming in. Check your power at the pedestal.
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no power to receptables on right side includin my refrigerator

I was running a power saw off my generator and all of a sudden it stopped running. I checked the breaker and the invertor/charger and all is ok but no power to frig and three receptacles on r/side. found eGFI in bathroom and it is ok. I have looked for eGFI in kitchen area and cannot locate one. this is a 2003 tiffin. anyone have any ideas to help me ? Thanking you in advance
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I have a 1994 Bounder and there is no AC power to the refrigerator or outlets on the right side of the home. I checked the breaker for that and it's OK. I took the drawers of the kitchen cabinet and checked for power at the junction and there was none. It must have lost power from the breaker box to that connection,but I don't know how the wires run. Any help would be appreciated
Are these outlets within 6' of water?? Kitchen area, bathroom. look for a GFI tripped. Outlet or breaker. You'll find a GFI in the bathroom.
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