Are they labeled "GFCI protected" or are they the actual GFCI? The actual GFI will be the first receptacle in the circuit protecting all the others down stream. Most likely it needs to be reset. Locate where it is and on its face is a test and a reset button, hit the reset and you should be good providing there are no faults in the circuit. Happy Camping....
Post by RonnieTapley II on Mar 5, 2017 1:42:10 GMT -5
I have a 2008 REB-3. Recently I lost the ceiling fan, and 4 outlets in the bedroom (right side only). The fan switch is on the right side as well. No breakers are thrown in the main box. Is there another box?
Reset any GFCI outlets that you have. If that doesn't work, you have a wiring fault and you will need to start pulling outlets and checking connections till you find it. Turn off one breaker at a time and see if additional loss of power is found.
I live in a fifth wheel and I had a similar problem about a year ago. I had lost about half of the trailer and got to checking around. I found that my 50 amp plug was burned up at the electrical box. The place I live replaced their receptacle and I replaced the plug end of my cord. That took care of my problem.