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Wiring diagrams are not available as the manufacturers to not publish them. You have to determine which circuit the outlets are on and then from there determine the outlet prior to the failed outlet and trace back from there until you identify the point of failure. Most trailers are wired with GFI outlets with the primary GFI being in the bathroom or the kitchen and all outlets wired after that point are controlled by that one primary. If you do not have power go to the primary and press the reset button.
wire a 120v 15a to 9vdc or 12vdc battery make sure you have no voltage out of the 240 side. with the unit running plug into the 120v receptacl QUICKLY pull out. check power out put. if it did'nt work check your battery, than do it again twice as long. you must check all component before doing this to make sure you don't have any other fail-er. this is danger-us be careful. good luck
If you have checked the stator, rotor and brushes and they appear alright then it is probably a voltage regulator. The honda dealer can run a test and confirm the problem at very little expense. It cost me 25 dollars Canadian to preform the test and it was well worth the money because you cannot return electrical parts and they can be very expensive. Have a great day! email@example.com