Originally Posted by Gunfighter
Entertainment center is on outside wall adjacent to kitchen sink area. So the tqo that were overloaded are mayne 2.5 ft. apart. Outlet in front bath dead. Rear bath by commode dead. All appliances and other outlets work. I agree sounds like ground fault or breaker but I can't find it looked everywhere inside except under bed.
While I am not familiar with the electrical wiring routing in your model, in my 287BHBE, the GFCI is located on the bathroom wall near the lavatory. Look for an outlet that has the pushbuttons between the 2 electrical connect sockets. Once you find it, usi a pencil eraser end and push the "Test" button then push the "Reset" button. Unless the mechanism is damaged, that should reset the circuit for you and re-energize the outlets. If it won't reset, make sure you have everything unplugged from each outlet that is affected, also, if any of the affected outlets are wet, you need to dry them first ... dirty water will cause the GFCI to trip with only a few milliamps of current between the hot and ground. The wet dirt or spider webs will easily pass that much current at 120Volts.
Good luck with the troubleshooting ............ Jim
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