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Your trailer has two electrical systems, 12v and 120v. The 12v system has a battery and perhaps a converter/charger to power it. The 120v system must he hooked up to 'shore power.' Both systems have their own protection. The 12v system has a fuse panel, check for power at each fuse. 12v wall switches are often smaller and don't look like typical 120v switches like in a house.
The 120v system has a breaker box and circuit breakers. Reset each breaker by turning off then on again. In addition, the 120v outlets might have a GCFI outlet near a sink. It often is wired first in a breaker circuit, thus giving GCFI protection to other outlets in the circuit. Test the GCFI and make sure it clicks off and can be reset.
Verify that the power cord is properly connected the outlet; the plug might have been removed to make way for another appliance. Do not connect the microwave to an outlet via an extension cord or plug adapter; the oven must be directly connected to an outlet. Switch the Outlet on
Turn the outlet on, if possible, using the switch on the wall behind the counter or on the plug itself. Some microwaves have a separate power switch that must be in the correct position before you can begin cooking. Reset the Oven
Unplug the oven, wait a few seconds and reconnect the power. A power surge could have temporarily rendered the oven inoperable. The oven should start up as normal when you connect the plug to the outlet. Check the Fuses and Breakers
See that the fuse or breaker protecting the oven's circuit is still active. Replace the fuse if it has blown, or reset the breaker to restore power to the oven. Stop using the microwave if it repeatedly blows fuses or trips breakers.
Is there anything power signal lights?If there is no signal power lights,it is totaly dead set no power.First step is to check the power outlet,then the AC cord if there's a ac power.If the AC cord is good,check the fuse,located at the power supply.Replace same value of fuse if busted.Try this sugestion or procedure.Thankss...
First thing to do if your television have no power is check the power outlet,then the AC cord continuity.If the ac cord have power supply,check the fuse,maybe the fuse is busted.Its is located at the power supply.So try to remove and open the back cover of your TV and look the power supply and replace the fuse if busted.Replace same value of fuse.Try this procedure,hope it will help you.Thanks..
In that case if ther is no power you better check first the power in the outlet they have.Then check the continuity of AC cord of the TV.If they are good,check the fuse,located inside at the power supply section near the AC supply voltage input.Replace same value of fuse if busted.Then try to turn on again..Try this procedure,hope will it help you..Thanks..
It sounds like an internal fuse has blown. Unplug unit and carefully open the top cover to provide access to the A.C. power cord entry point. Hopefully the fuse is located in that area and is the older style 1/2" long glass or ceramic body with metal endcap on each end. ONLY REPLACE WITH A FUSE THAT HAS IDENTICAL ELECTRICAL RATINGS! After replacing the fuse and top cover reconnect the unit to the A.C. outlet and check to see if it is still dead. Still dead = repair shop time.
NOTE: Use a "fused" A.C. outlet strip (usually 6 outlets with circuit breaker) for your "after fuse replaced" testing. This gives you additional protection against accidentally tripping a breaker in your homes electrical panel.
If you are sure that your controls are set to cool in electric, then the rest of this will apply to the backside of the fridge. Double check, with a table lamp or simiiar, that you have power to the outlet that the fridge plugs into. This outlet is generally a protected outlet by a GFCI outlet located in the kitchen or bath areas. If the lamp works on the outlet, keep going. If not, reset GFCI and/or check our circuit breaker panel.
There are fuses on the Power Module, located on the back of the fridge, under a plastic rectangular housing. The DC fuse will be 3 Amp the AC fuse will be 5 Amp. If you are getting any kind of lights on the front, then the DC fuse will be okay. If your AC fuse is blown, then you need to check for a shorted heater. Disconnect the heater leads (after unplugging the fridge from AC). These will be the leads at J7 and J8 terminals. Unplug the leads, and use a multimeter to measure resistance between each lead. You should have approx. 44 ohms, +/- 10%. Also measure each lead to the case of the heater (follow the wires to the chimney). Any continuity reading here indicates a heater that is shorted to the case.
Hello mdonettaYou said, Dryer shut off towels were not yet dry, turned dial to restart dryer
acts as if it isn't getting power I closed door and pushed start
button. Nothing! Checked breakers and power cord at outlet all checked
okay. Any ideas.
yes, try unplugging the power cord or turning off the breaker for 5 minutes. Either will due. Some times the system needs to be reset! If this does not work there are internal fuses that can be replaced!