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Old 08-29-2015, 04:43 PM   #1
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Electrical Problem

I have a 2013 Cruiser Aire Travel Trailer (CT29RL) with an electrical problem.
There is no power to the GFCI outlet in the bathroom. The breaker is not tripped (no breakers are) and resetting the breaker did not help still no power to the "Line" side of the GFCI outlet or any outlets forward of the bathroom.
Any one know how to find a wiring diagram for these trailers?
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Old 08-29-2015, 05:35 PM   #2
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You will not likely find a diagram. I had a similar situation and the GFCI was bad. It was an easy fix for me hope that is your resolution.
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Look at the thread "electrical problems" from a few days ago for a poss fix...
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Do you have more then one gfci in the trailer?
Many times they will run them in series and when the first one clicks off, the second or third in line also don't work.
However, Most of the time when that happens, there's only one gfci in the circuit and the outlets following are gfci'd are also protected.
Also as you indicate that the breaker wasn't tripped, I hope you meant the one on the gfci, not the panel breaker?
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Old 09-02-2015, 08:59 PM   #5
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Do you have more then one gfci in the trailer?
Many times they will run them in series and when the first one clicks off, the second or third in line also don't work.
However, Most of the time when that happens, there's only one gfci in the circuit and the outlets following are gfci'd are also protected.
Also as you indicate that the breaker wasn't tripped, I hope you meant the one on the gfci, not the panel breaker?
Gfi should never be run in series. Only parr ell .
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