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Old 06-04-2010, 10:20 AM   #1
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Hi everyone.
We recently made the big trip back to Ohio to pick up our new Cruiser CTX 26RKX and had a fabulous time bringing it home.
We are now trying to work out a few kinks, one of which is the outside outlets. We have four, two up near the awning and two near the cable TV hookup. None of them have power at this point. I've tried the 'Awning Outlets" switch in the control panel and that doesn't do the trick.
So, does anyone know how to check if the GFI has been tripped? They aren't like the ones in the kitchen & bathroom. Any other ideas I can try, would be appreciated.

p.s. The 25" Samsung monitor fits just right in the e-center.
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Old 06-04-2010, 01:21 PM   #2
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They may be on the same GFI as the kitchen and bath so check those. Try looking for another GFI ie: under the dinette, behind the sofa, etc. Ensure those are not "tripped". Also check the main CB panel to ensure a CB is not tripped to the center position.

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