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  • Kim Mauro
    Kim MauroRV Education 101:
    January 13I have 2 outlets in my 2017 class A Winnebago that have stopped working, 1 on each side of the rig, not in same area. All other outlets are working fine. Any ideas?
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    • Kim Mauro
      Joe On The Go RV Tech January 13 Hi Kim. Many of the outlets are protected by a GFCI system built into the receptacles. Mine is in the bathroom. When it kicks off, my outlet in the kitchen stops working. I would trip and reset all your receptacles that can be reset. If that doesn't work ...  more
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      • Kim Mauro
        Kim Mauro January 13 Thank you for the info, but neither outlet has a GFI I can see to reset, the only things that were plugged into those outlets, one had a wax burning room deodorizer (that was on) other had a TV and a fan plugged in ( both were off ).
    • Kim Mauro
      rick&dee January 13 some NON-gfi outlets are on the same wiring as the GFI, reset all GFI outlets and you need power to the outlets to reset them (I think)
    • Kim Mauro
      MRJohnston January 13 Yes, check all GFI’s as they will control other outlets.  We even have one in a basement compartment plus look on the outside of the coach.
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      • Kim Mauro
        charles formby January 13 My rig, Teton, has a gfi, in the main breaker box . $75.00 and they all work! Message me if needed.
    • Kim Mauro
      Kim Mauro January 14 Thanks to everyone, my GFI outlet was by the door and needed to be rest. I appreciate the help. This 1st year as a full time RVer has been so much fun and so much to learn
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      • Kim Mauro
        rick&dee January 14 feels good when you fix something on four own. RV place would have charged a $100 to reset it. good job
    • Kim Mauro
      Jim & Sharon Ham February 2 They do make little sticky paper labels that say GFI outlet to be applied on the "downstream" extra outlets that are affected by the popping of the GFI.  By code, exterior outlets, and interior by water are supposed to be GFCI.  Our outlet in th...  more
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