Outside plug and bathroom sink plug not working, all other electrical works

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jude2136

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Hi,

Recently the outside plug and the plug in our bathroom sink area stopped working. We own a 2007 Carriage Cameo 5th wheel. We have blown a couple circuits in the past, but everything else has come back and is working fine. I am reaching out to see if there is something or some switch we missed to correct this before bringing it to be fixed. I have reset the GFCI outlets and they are working fine. This is not a life or death situation, but it is an aggravating issue that we would life to figure out. Any suggestions are appreciated.
Thank you.
 

TJ&LadyDi

RVF "Dinosaur"
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Joined
Nov 2, 2019
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Location
WA, MT or somewhere else!
RV Year
2018
RV Make
Newmar
RV Model
Mountain Aire 4047
RV Length
40'
TOW/TOAD
2020 Lincoln Nautilus or 2014 Honda CR-V
Hi,

Recently the outside plug and the plug in our bathroom sink area stopped working. We own a 2007 Carriage Cameo 5th wheel. We have blown a couple circuits in the past, but everything else has come back and is working fine. I am reaching out to see if there is something or some switch we missed to correct this before bringing it to be fixed. I have reset the GFCI outlets and they are working fine. This is not a life or death situation, but it is an aggravating issue that we would life to figure out. Any suggestions are appreciated.
Thank you.
I’m guessing that while you think you “reset the GFCI outlets,” you missed one. RVs are notorious for hidden GFCIs. Look in storage compartments, cabinets, etc for another GFCI.

Your description of “outside plug and the plug in the bathroom sink area” being affected are classic symptoms of a tripped GFCI. Both areas would require GFCI protection.

You might also try resetting the GFCIs you have already reset in case one of them didn’t actually reset.

TJ
 
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