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We have recently lost power to one end of our trailor the breaker flipped yesterday and now we can get nothing there is nothing plugged in now so what could be keeping our breaker from working

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I just recently fixed the same problem, and it turned out to be a bad outlet or plug in. Starting with the farthest room that is dark remove the outlets one by one and look for a blackened one. Replace it and repair any burnt wiring with some shrink tube to make sure it will not short out. You can get a tester for less than $10 that looks like a square pen and will let you know if there is power present just by placing it next to wiring or outlets. When in doubt, turn off everything!

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