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Old 04-14-2022, 07:59 PM   #1
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Some Oulets Not Working

The Outlets under my Jayco Northpoint 382FLRB near my water intake and where my bottles of water are stored are not working. Not sure if itís a GFI outlet. I can find only 1 in the kitchen of my RV in the side of the sink. Does another one exist?
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Old 04-14-2022, 08:09 PM   #2
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check in the bathroom
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Old 04-14-2022, 08:52 PM   #3
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If it is not the GFCI causing the outlet being out then look to the nearest outlet and see if the wire running from it to the dead one has become disconnected. This could also be on the GFCI that tests good. The outlets are daisy chained and the one next to a dead one is where the fault lies in most cases.
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There are 2 or three outlets not working. Thatís why I believe itís a GFI. I chiecked the fuses
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Nothing in the bathroom sir.
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There are 2 or three outlets not working. Thatís why I believe itís a GFI. I chiecked the fuses
You said "fuses". Did you mean "Circuit Breakers"
Fuses are for 12volt systems like lights and fans.
Circuit breakers are for 120volt systems like outlets and Air Conditioner and Microwave oven.

Some outlets may be controlled by a GFI circuit breaker. The difference between a GFI breaker and a regular breaker is the GFI breaker has a reset button to push.
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In RVs and houses outlets are wired the same. A wire containing a black, white and copper ground wire goes to the first outlet in the wall and is connected with screws or push in connectors. Then a wire goes from the other side of the outlet to the next one and so on in a daisy chain. If the wiring comes into the outlet and is connected properly but gets loose on the other side where it goes to the next outlet then your next outlet can't get power. Alternatively, the bad one may have a loose or broken wire coming into it.

Turn off the power, pull it out and look for a bad connection.

In many cases the last working outlet has the problem in the connection going to the next one.
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Sure sounds like a bad GFCI.
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Where do you store your bottles of water?
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Old 04-16-2022, 02:27 PM   #10
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my Northpoint has a GFI on the door side in the basement by the vacuum but I still having issues with the same outlet not working that you speak of
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Nothing in the bathroom sir.
Contact Jayco for the wiring schematics. It should at least help you understand the flow of wiring for the outlets at hand to help troubleshoot. I just got the framing schematics for the drivers side of my unit as I was having issues finding supports for my window blind that fell off. Less than 5 minutes on the phone and about 5 or 10 minutes later I had the blueprints in my email.

The Tech I was working with stated they keep blueprints/schematics for > 15 years so should have it handy.
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