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Old 02-09-2013, 05:57 AM   #1
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I have a 2006 zinger 29bunkhouse. I have no power to the outside power plug, the bathroom plug, and the master bedroom plugs. Plugs in the front part of the trailer all work, and lights, everything else work throughout the trailer. I have checked the electrical panel, nothing is blown so not sure why only the receptacles in some of the trailer are affected. Does anyone know of any other fuses or breakers I should check? Note at the trailer is running off of the shore power 30 amp supply.
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Old 02-09-2013, 06:02 AM   #2
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Have you checked to see if any of the GFI plugs have tripped? Bathroom/Kitchen area.
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Old 02-09-2013, 06:35 AM   #3
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X2 what Hunter11 said. Check the GFCI plugs.
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That would be my guess also

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Old 02-09-2013, 09:08 AM   #5
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The bathroom GFI is tripped and won't reset, (this is directly on the bathroom plug in). When I check the bathroom main panel fuse, it is fine. Is the bathroom GFI receptacle faulty?
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Either the GFIreceptacle is bad or you could have a loose or wet connection somewhere. Not knowing what unit you have some units have/had a wiring junction box under one of the slides that use to get water in them from rain running down the road that would cause the GFI to trip. You might check under your slides to see if you have a receptacle box that has a blank cover over it and see if it has gotten water in it or has a loose connection. You are just going to have to do some trouble shooting on it to find the problem.
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That has helped a lot, many thanks! I will try a new bathroom GFCI receptacle and check under the slides.
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If your slide has power receptaclesin it there is a good chance there is a junction box under it on the outside. Just trying to think of things you could check.
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The outside receptacle are on the opposite side as the slide, but will check them.
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The receptacles I am talking about are not plugs but junction boxes with a blank cover on them. They are usually mounted under the slides or attached to the frame and that is where the wire connections are made up for the power to the slides. If youreplacethe GFI in the bathroom and that does not fix the issue then you can check out the junction boxes for water or loose connections.
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