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Old 11-06-2020, 12:48 PM   #1
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Hi all,

My husband has been trying to get the electricity working on our camper. We switched the main electrical plug with the reset and he also replaced the 2 breakers on the bottom. But we still only get power in just parts of the camper. Has anyone experienced this and if yes would you share any solutions. It would be greatly appreciated.

Chico and Elena
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Old 11-06-2020, 06:08 PM   #2
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Since you talk about replacing breakers rather than fuses, I assume your problem is with one or more AC outlets, correct?

The first thing I'd look for is a GFCI outlet that has tripped and/or malfunctioned. Any other outlets "downstream" of that one would be dead.
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Breakers seldom go bad. The main breaker is a 30 amp it is the one that supplies power to the others. Usually there is a GFI outlet close to water like kitchen or bath, there is a trip test on the outlet, trip it then reset it. If that does not happen it probably is toes up they do go bad and if it's original they are old school and the new ones are a lot better. If it has 3 breakers the 20 amp is for the AC the 15 supplies the outlets.
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Thank you so much exactly what he is doing. We may actually have to find some possibly frayed wires, we are going to comtinue to search Appreciate the responses
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