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Old 09-25-2021, 11:03 PM   #1
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Outlets stopped working :/

I live in my 5th wheel full time. A handful of outlets in my kitchen stopped working. I've flipped every switch on the breaker on and off and it's not the issue. How do I go about fixing this? Where do I even start to find the problem?
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Check you gfci outlet, it is usually in the bathroom, however it could be else where, and you may have more than one.
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Check you gfci outlet, it is usually in the bathroom, however it could be else where, and you may have more than one.
That would be where I started too.

A friend of mine has an outside kitchen. He has a GFCI in the outside kitchen that the refrigerator is plugged into. When it blows, it takes out some of the inside kitchen outlets.
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Check you gfci outlet, it is usually in the bathroom, however it could be else where, and you may have more than one.
Omg that was it. You're a life saver, thank you!!!
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I suggest you look a little further. You MAY have more than one GFCI. It would be good to be aware of where it is.
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You should test them once a month to make sure they are working properly .
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