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Old 01-12-2019, 01:50 PM   #21
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Don't know about anybody else but my 2012 GT receptacles in question are powered by the circuit breaker in the circuit breaker panel labeled REC. I believe all NON GFCI (GFI) receptacles are powered via this CB. I know the ones in question are in my GT. The receptacle in the compartment aft of the door is GFCI protected but not a GFCI receptacle.
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Old 01-12-2019, 02:03 PM   #22
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A previous post mentioned all outlets downstream from the actual GFI outlet and "daisy chaining". Each outlet has a set of input and a set of output contacts. It is possible to have a loose output contact which stops the downstream outlets from working but allows this outlet to appear OK. Unfortunately logic will not always show you which way the "stream" flows so it is an outlet by outlet hunt.
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Old 01-12-2019, 02:21 PM   #23
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Have you started following wires with a multimeter? When I have issues like this, i try a scientific process of elimination from the outlet and work your way back. The multimeter will take the guess work out of it.

My workflow would be something like:
Does the outlet have juice? Probably not?
Do you have a good hot and ground wires leading to the outlet?
Then check which way the wires appear to run looking for the problem.

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Old 01-12-2019, 02:25 PM   #24
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Smile no power at outlets etc.

I'm a retired Gen. Contr. and Electrician. Re. your GFCI outlet in bathroom, it may be working, but is open regarding the continuation of the protected circuit to other outlets.
Using a meter, check and see if you have 110v at the back side of the outlet. You may have to strip a bit of insulation if you can't access the junction leading to the following outlets. Many times the GFCI has been defective in supplying voltage "downstream, while still energized at the front.
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Old 01-12-2019, 02:37 PM   #25
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Did you check the one outside in the compartment left of the steps?


Yes
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Old 01-12-2019, 02:43 PM   #26
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Forget the GFCI equation. Did you read post #21?
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Old 01-12-2019, 03:01 PM   #27
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I can tell you of a prob I had, with the plug to my microwave. Microwave stopped working looked for blown breakers nothing plugged microwave into a different outlet it worked fine. IT TURNED OUT THE PROB WAS A BROKEN WIRE between the panel and the microwave plug. Dealer fixed under warranty cant say why it had broke possibly to tight but works now.
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Old 01-12-2019, 03:05 PM   #28
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Do you have an inverter? If so check for a open circuit breaker.
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Old 01-12-2019, 03:14 PM   #29
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No, it is not a GFI outlet and should NOT be supplied by one. Remove your breaker panel cover and be sure that all connection screws are tight.

can you show us a picture of you breaker panel label?


I appreciate everybodyís input. Iíll try an accommodate all of the recommendations. Allow me time to jump back and forth chasing wires and multimeter outlets.

Hereís the circuit breaker panel picture as requested. Iíve been ask to check for a popped breaker five or six times now. Circuit breaker panel is off again for pictures. I was asked to check for loose wiring on the CB panel and replied not finding loose wires. Iíve went back over it with a screw driver to check the set screw for each wire in the breaker box. They are all good and tight. I like the idea to pull off the GFI outlet and check for current behind the outlet even though the outlet has power and works. Any suggestion is welcome. Iím out of ideas.
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I appreciate everybodyís input. Iíll try an accommodate all of the recommendations. Allow me time to jump back and forth chasing wires and multimeter outlets.

Hereís the circuit breaker panel picture as requested. Iíve been ask to check for a popped breaker five or six times now. Circuit breaker panel is off again for pictures. I was asked to check for loose wiring on the CB panel and replied not finding loose wires. Iíve went back over it with a screw driver to check the set screw for each wire in the breaker box. They are all good and tight. I like the idea to pull off the GFI outlet and check for current behind the outlet even though the outlet has power and works. Any suggestion is welcome. Iím out of ideas.


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