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Old 02-07-2021, 01:11 PM   #1
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No bathroom lights

Recently purchased a 2006 Jayco jay flight 19H hybrid hooked it up to power source and bathroom lights radio and lights over fold down couch arenít working any ideas what it could be ?
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Old 02-07-2021, 04:32 PM   #2
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Check for a tried GIFC, reset and you should be good to go.
I'd guess the one in the bathroom is tripped.
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Most likely a blown fuse. A tripped GFCI outlet would only affect AC circuits, not DC circuits.
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I tried the GFCII and changed all fuses
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Loose ground somewhere.
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Thank you I guess I will get to hunting it down lol
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Check for a tried GIFC, reset and you should be good to go.
I'd guess the one in the bathroom is tripped.
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GFI does not control 12 volt lights.
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Recently purchased a 2006 Jayco jay flight 19H hybrid hooked it up to power source and bathroom lights radio and lights over fold down couch arenít working any ideas what it could be ?
Time for a volt meter.
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Check the basics first. Are there any other 12 volt items in the trailer that don't work?

Possible blown bulbs in the lights? Separate switch in the bath for those lamps? Maybe the wall switch is on, but not the switch on the light?

Radio may have a separate inline fuse behind it, or the radio went bad?

Just tossing out some other possibilities to look at, if you haven't covered them already.
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JFlightrisk thank you for the ideas but I tried all of that pulled the radio and checked the fuses went ahead and replaced all bulbs and fuses the weird thing is that when I pulled the fuse for the kitchen lights and range the lights over the sofa came on but were dim and the radio light came on the red indicator light that is it just wouldn’t play nothing in the bathroom would work and I also had the two switches on I also noticed the outside light isn’t working as well
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It's really sounding like a loose connection some where. Are you using a volt/ohm meter to check fuses. Loose or bad grounds will send even the best up the wall because we/they don't think to check.
I would start at the source of power and work toward the problem. Wire nuts unless checked will drive you bats**t crazy, fuses look good but are not(see above-v/o meyer).
Even a sharp needle along with v/o meter checking hort lengths of wiring would trace bad wires.
Just some more things to ponder about.
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That really sounds like a loose ground to me my friend
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Thank you
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