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Old 03-02-2021, 07:29 PM   #1
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I am 100% stumped.

2012 Jay Flight 22FB

5 outlets QUIT working.
They are NOT gfi or gfi protected.
The gfi and gfi protected outlets ARE working.
Every appliance IS working.
There is NO hidden gfi outlet.
I DO have the wiring schematics, I have checked.
The coach battery is charging, is fully charged and it doesn't run any outlets anyhow.
NO breakers ever tripped.
All breakers feel as though they are working normal.
There are NO blown fuses.

I live in my travel trailer at an RV Park. It is plugged in full-time. We lost power last week, due to weather, battery worked well. I charged it in about 30 minutes with my Bronco. No issues.

About 2 months ago my Carbon Monoxide Detector kept going off... like constantly. I mean constantly. It wouldn't shut off.. No break. So I did pull that fuse.

Any insight? Next step? Next thing to check?

The park is going to check the power at the post tomorrow.

Please help.
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Old 03-02-2021, 07:32 PM   #2
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What five outlets are not working? Are they on the same circuit or on separate runs?
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It looks like they're on their own run.
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But they are the outlets on the dining side and the bed area.
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Old 03-02-2021, 07:51 PM   #5
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Sounds like maybe a loose wire, I would remove the covers and pull the plug out to confirm everything is tight.
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But I didn't move.... I didn't do anything. I wasn't even walking around when it happened. Lol
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Is there anything on that same breaker that does work?
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But I didn't move.... I didn't do anything. I wasn't even walking around when it happened. Lol
Well houses don't move either and things get loose. or wear out.
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Do you have a 50 amp or 30 amp service into your camper? I suspect 30 amp service.

Is the outside outlet working?

Are you the original owner?

We have the similar TTs (same year, different model). I am shocked you have 5 outlets inside plus the GFI branch. Historically, I have only ever seen the microwave outlet not GFI protected. All of the other outlets historically have been tied back to the GFI outlet in the bathroom, including the frig, outside, everything. This makes me think a previous owner has run an additional circuit. Maybe even tied into the AC circuit. Have you tried the AC?

I am a little shocked by the shear number of outlets and that some are not connected to the GCI outlet in the bathroom.

Just to confirm have you flipped each breaker off and then back on? Including the main shore power breaker? Sometimes a breaker will trip, but does not appear tripped. Just feeling it, wont indicate if it is working correctly.

Can you take a picture of your wiring diagram and post it.

Can you tell us exactly which outlets are working?
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Is there anything on that same breaker that does work?
I don't even know what breaker only runs those outlets. Everything works except those outlets.
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Since you have the wiring schematics does it show those five outlets tied together on the same circuit.
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30 Amp service.
I am not the original owner, however it is all factory. I do have the schematics from Jayco. The gfi is located next to the kitchen sink. It runs to the bathroom and to the 2 outside outlets. That's it for gfi protection.

I'll try posting a picture. I'm new to this thread so I'll see if I can figure it out.
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Shut off each breaker then turn back on to make sure none have tripped.

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I've done that. Several times. Lol
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Yes.

Here's the schematic!!!
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Arrows are pointing at the NOT WORKING outlets!! Everything else in the trailer works as it should.
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Good point. Lol
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I would start at the first plug and test for power entering the plug. If nothing go back and pull the breaker, tighten everything and test again. If no power the breaker may have gone bad.
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Definitely seems like a loose or disconnected wire. You will need to take the covers off one at a time and inspect all the connections. I would start at one of the end connections according to your diagram and work your way into the inward jacks. Hope that makes sense.
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I would start at the first plug and test for power entering the plug. If nothing go back and pull the breaker, tighten everything and test again. If no power the breaker may have gone bad.
Thank you. I'll get at it as soon as I can. I'll keep everyone posted.
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