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Old 07-30-2019, 03:46 PM   #1
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Internal AC outlets not working

Jayco 212QB trailer just bought 7/9. Running off generator using the pigtail from the trailer without needing adapter to the gen. AC , fridge and lights work but none of the AC outlets do. Checked the GFI and fuses and breakers, all look OK. Any suggestions?
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Jayco 212QB trailer just bought 7/9. Running off generator using the pigtail from the trailer without needing adapter to the gen. AC , fridge and lights work but none of the AC outlets do. Checked the GFI and fuses and breakers, all look OK. Any suggestions?
We have the predecessor to your model, and the ac outlets are powered from two breakers. There are three double breakers in our panel. From left to right as you're looking at them, the first is a 30/15 amp. The 30 amp side is the main only. The 15 amp side powers the outside outlets, the one by the sink, the bath GFCI, the fridge outlet behind it. (Those outlets are either outside, or in a possible wet area.) The second breaker is a 15/20 amp double, and the 15 amp side powers the rear wall outlet, the one under the dinette table, and the one by the bed. (Those are all inside the TT in dry areas.) You didn't mention if only some outlets didn't work, or all of them. Or if the fridge was running on gas, because the outlets were dead.

Try turning them off, and back on again to see if they reset, if you haven't done that already.
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Is the output breaker on at the generator? Are you getting 120v on the Line side of the converter? Do you have a meter?
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