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I just bought a 1997 Fleetwood prowler and only have electric to the front half of the recipt plugs nothing in the galley or above the table what can cause this

Several things.
I hope you will be able to locate the fault.
Start with a bad circuit breaker.
Once in a while, a circuit breaker will be good-looking, but be no good.
Test that with a electric meter at the side where the wire attaches under a screw.
If all circuits are HOT at the circuit breaker box, suspect a burnt or broken wire somewhere between the box and the "dead" area.
Know that traditionally, the outlets and lights are not in parallel, they are often in series.
That means, an outlet can have a broken or fried connector tab between one plug and another, which can can use the whole system to be dead.
Look at a duplex outlet that is "loose". ( Hold it in your hand)
See the 2 tabs on the sides that connect the top and bottom outlets. If a tab is missing, one plug will be hot, the other dead. If wires go from the dead bottom one to other outlets or lights, they will all be dead also.
God bless your efforts.

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Remove the power adapter from its plug on the side of the Dell Inspiron (if your laptop is currently plugged into a wall outlet).

Press down and hold the "Power" button on the laptop for one to two minutes. This will dispel the excess electrical current that is built up inside the laptop.

Put the battery back inside the compartment of your Dell Inspiron.

Plug your power adapter back into the side of the Dell Inspiron. Press "Power." Your laptop computer will now turn on.

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I would advise not to use the grill or the plug it plugs into before determining what the problem is. It could be the grill cord, or the wall plug.

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Bad wiring connections either in the wall, or in the cord, will generate heat, when will then conduct to the other connector. So it is difficult to use heat as the indicator of which connector is bad.

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I would like to put a danby on an electrical timer so I can dehumidify my camp trailer 2hrs a day. It has a soft start though. Is there a way to do it?

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Plug light or something into wall outlet to see if you are getting power.
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Lights & outlets in addition, how many on 20 amp breaker?

I would say something a little different than SmithBrother. You said you are putting on an addition and you asked how many outlets can you put on a 20 amp breaker. Because of the date on your comment, it is probably a little late to be replying but whaat the heck ... here goes.

I think there is a rule of thumb that you can put about 12 "holes" in a 15 or 20 amp circuit. A "hole" is a hole in the wall where a box would be put for a outlet or a light or a switch. I presume you know to use #12 wire on a 20 amp circuit and while you may use #14 on a 15 amp circuit, I prefer to shy away from #14 wire even though I MAY protect a given circuit with a 15 amp breaker. You can over protect but not under protect. 30 amp is #10 and so forth.

There are lots of other considerations ... too many to do justice in this short comment. However, I will hit a few hi lites. As SmithBrother says, a micro wave should have its own circuit as should a AC or a frig - I think that may go without sayng. I think you are speaking more general use. I believe the electric code says every wall must have a plug in it and you can go no more than 6 feet to get to a plug. So, if you have a 12 foot wall, one outlet in the middle will meet the requirement. There is nothting preventing you from puttine two outlets in that same wall. From my perspective, I want to have lots of outlets and I want them to be convenient for me to use. (There are more than 200 outlets in my home) Another thing, you cant put a outlete over a electric baseboard heater. You can put one at each end of such a heater but not where a lamp cord would lay in top of the hot heater surface.

Regarding the 12 hole rule ... if you have two switches that control the same light, you only count those two switches as one hole even though, obviously, there are two holes in the wall for the two switches. Count a second hole for the light. Conversely, if there is a light and a fan, you should count that one hole in the ceiling as two.

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