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Old 08-21-2013, 02:38 PM   #1
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Electrical problem. Eagle Super Light RETS TT

Loss off power at outside outlet and at the same time loss of power to the range fan. Fuse to the range is good and the range light works. Wires have good connection to the motor and like a pain to trace the wires. Also the only outlet with a reset is in the bathroom that I can find anyway to fix the no power problem with outside outlet. Any ideas where to look?
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Old 08-21-2013, 05:39 PM   #2
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I guess I would pull the outlet and make sure all connections are intact.
Also, check breakers. Fuses control your 12V, breakers control your 110V.

Email Jayco and get an electrical diagram for your rig. service@jayco.com
Send them you VIN# and they will send you a diagram.

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Old 08-21-2013, 06:00 PM   #3
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Your talking the 110v outlet on the side of the camper? and the 12volt fan?
Thats strange because your talking about 2 different systems.
I always start electrical problems at the end. i.e. check the wiring where it comes into the receptical with a volt meter to see if the you have 120 volt at the wires.
same with the hood,check the wiring at the fan and see if you have 12volts.
I just looked at my power converter and the kitchen,bath and outside outlet are on one breaker.
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Look for additional ground fault breakers, there is more than one.
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Look for additional ground fault breakers, there is more than one.
Yea thanks for the replies but figured things out after taking apart the fan housing. The inline resister that was taped around the motor was bad. I can either bypass it or do the right thing and replace it. As far as the outside outlet I have power and probably had it it back the second I reset the breaker. It just seemed odd that the two happened around the same time since they run off two different sources.
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Yea thanks for the replies but figured things out after taking apart the fan housing. The inline resister that was taped around the motor was bad. I can either bypass it or do the right thing and replace it. As far as the outside outlet I have power and probably had it it back the second I reset the breaker. It just seemed odd that the two happened around the same time since they run off two different sources.
Glad you found the problem. I have GFI's all over my current camper so that's the reason for the suggestion.
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