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I have 3 outlets in my coachmen 21 BH trailer that have no power the gfci is not tripped

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I have had to replace several of the GFI outlets in my 1993 class A. They would trip with nothing plugged in. Do they go bad over time or do I have a problem?


They do not go bad for no reason, You have a problem, something is causing the outlets to trip. You will have to isolate each individually to check to include where the power comes from at the breakers. It may be as simple as a wire coming loose but the GFCI is doing its job to make sure your unit does not have an electrical short to cause a fire. The best thing to do is kill the power to this outlets, then disconnect all of the outlets making sure to use a wire nut or electrical tape to protect from arc flash. One at a time, connect an outlet and turn the power on to check. It you have had an issue with an appliance or power surge, the GFCI may have been damaged.

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You need to determine if it is experiencing a ground failure or a short. You can purchase an outlet tester at Lowes for a low price that will indicate if you have an open ground, a short etc. If the GFCI outlet is bad then replace it.

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I HAVE A 2008 COACHMAN SPIRIT OF AMERICA 29RKS. IM HAVING ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS. THE MICROWAVE WORKS AND SOME POWER OUTLETS IN THE KITCHEN AND BATHROOM WORK. THE LIGHTS, AND SUPERSLIDE DO NOT WORK.


Lights and slide are 12 volts ... check your battery ... and your battery charger ... DO NOT TRY TO OPERATE your trailer on a dead or battery-less unit. You need a good battery for things to work properly ... deep cycle not automotive.

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