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Old 04-08-2013, 03:45 PM   #1
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electrical plug ins

I have a sandpiper and when I bought it the plug ins was working. Now none of the plug ins work. I checked the fuses and made sure all the breakers were on. Does anyone know what would cause all of them to stop working
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I have a sandpiper and when I bought it the plug ins was working. Now none of the plug ins work. I checked the fuses and made sure all the breakers were on. Does anyone know what would cause all of them to stop working
If you are talking about the electrical outlets inside the trailer, they are bad about a gfci tripping. You need to look at your outlets in the bathroom and kitchen, and reset (press reset button) the gfci on the outlet.........as a tripped one here can shut off the other outlets in the trailer as they are on the same circuit..

Your gfci outlets will look similar to this: press the reset button



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Old 04-08-2013, 03:58 PM   #3
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I found one and reset it in the bathroom I didn't see any others and they are still not working
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Is any of your other 120 volt stuff working.......television, microwave, air-conditioner?

You MUST be plugged into some form of 110/120 volt shore power for the outlets to work. You might want to make sure your shore power breakers not tripped too.

If you are only on battery power (12 volt), the outlets will not work. However, Your lights, heater, etc. will still operate, as they work off of 12 volt.

You probably have more than one outlet too. Check any/all for a tripped gfci in all rooms. You might want to look around the kitchen area and there may be more than one in the bathroom.
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Ohhh lol yea we are running it off the battery lol. Didn't know it wouldn't run the outlets lol ty
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Ohhh lol yea we are running it off the battery lol. Didn't know it wouldn't run the outlets lol ty
For future reference you should have gfci in the kitchen.
Its normally not on the wall but instead under the cupboard.

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Ty verry much
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Ty verry much ill recheck to see if I can find another one
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Ohhh lol yea we are running it off the battery lol. Didn't know it wouldn't run the outlets lol ty
No problem.

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