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Old 06-11-2021, 03:48 PM   #1
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No 110v in living space

Hey guys, my 2003 winne chalet has lost electricity in the 3 outlets in the living area. The one above the sink, above the dinette, and above the couch have all stopped working. There is one in the cabinet above the one in the kitchen that the microwave plugs into that still works.
I tried resetting the breakers (only 3 I could find are under the couch) that didnt fix it.
Any idea where to start to fix it? Thanks!
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GFCI outlet somewhere. Look in bathroom.
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Old 06-11-2021, 04:44 PM   #3
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Or inverter breaker for the internal pass thru circuit, if so equipped.
Easiest way to check is to see if you're getting ac voltage at the inverter breaker sub panel. But yeah, as Twinboat suggested check for a tripped gfi outlet first, located somewhere in the last place you'll look...
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Perhaps those outlets are controlled by a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlet? If the GFCI has tripped you can reset it with its RESET button.
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I agree with a GCFI tripped.
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My coach also has a 20 amp fuse for the area you mention near the circuit breaker box.
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GFCI outlet somewhere. Look in bathroom.
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My coach also has a 20 amp fuse for the area you mention near the circuit breaker box.
Just a regular blade fuse?

Thanks for the GCFI recommendation, will look when I go to the RV in the next couple days. That was the first thing I have only ever seen them on the individual outlets, didnt know in an RV one outlet breaker would work for many
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Just a regular blade fuse?

Thanks for the GCFI recommendation, will look when I go to the RV in the next couple days. That was the first thing I have only ever seen them on the individual outlets, didnt know in an RV one outlet breaker would work for many
So it was the GCFI! There was one right under the sink that had tripped, thanks guys!
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