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Old 05-07-2011, 05:29 AM   #1
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Problems with inside plug ins!

The interior plug ins in my trailer are not working. The GFI ones in the bathroom and outside work bur the ones in the bedrooms are dead. I have a 2010 Passport 2910BH. I turned all the breakers off and on and checked fuses but do not know what to look for next.
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Old 05-07-2011, 06:21 AM   #2
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Since your trailer is a 2010 I would say that the dealership is your first stop as it should be a warranty issue

That said, if you choose to proceed, your level of expertise will determine how far you can go yourself. In any event, de-energize the trailer before poking around.

I would start by removing the dead outlet cover plates and checking that the wires are securely connected. Most likely the outlets are daisy chained from the breaker box so a broken connection at the first outlet in the chain would render everything down the line inoperative. If all connections are good, either the wire from an earlier live outlet up the line is broken or the wire is broken at the breaker panel.

A voltmeter is a big help in tracing these issues, and is a good tool to carry along.

Good luck sleuthing,

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Old 07-13-2011, 09:48 AM   #3
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I took TT back to dealership for warrenty work and they found a merret connector came off right behind inverter stopping power to plugs. Replaced with a clamp style connector and we have gone on three trips since all seems well now.
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