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Old 12-28-2015, 01:55 PM   #11
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If its not another GFI, take the CB panel cover off and tighten the screws on the CB's that clamp the wire. They can and will vibrate lose.
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Old 12-28-2015, 03:39 PM   #12
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Somewhere there is a junction box tying those outlets together and powering them. You may need to trace out the wiring.
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Old 12-28-2015, 03:52 PM   #13
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Lost gfci

Possible to have three gfci's? Bathroom, kitchen,& basement. Good luck. 😎
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Old 12-28-2015, 04:35 PM   #14
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Not sure if this model has it, but some outdoor kitchens have a separate GFCI outlet.
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thanks for all the suggestions. The owner is getting a schematic from FR and will be trying to trace out the wiring to see what is the problem. I do appreciate all the suggestions given and hope he can figure it out.
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thanks for all the suggestions. The owner is getting a schematic from FR and will be trying to trace out the wiring to see what is the problem. I do appreciate all the suggestions given and hope he can figure it out.
Go to the first outlet, the GFI. Should be two cables. One supplies the power to the GFI, the second powers the next outlet. Make sure it is hooked up properly and all the termanals are tight. It may not be hooked up right to supp;y power to the second outlet. If everything is OK then go to the second outlet and make sure there is power coming into the outlet. If the first is good but no power at the second then you may have a broken wire, but that would not be common.

The GFI is normally the first outlet in line and most likely the one with a problem. Often they are not wired properly and can be working but not supplying power to the next if not wired right.

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well it turns out the three outlets are fed off the refrigerator breaker and they are separately wired back to the main box. Factory thinks there is an issue with breaker and the owner is going to replace that in next couple of days once he can locate it. I have passed along all the suggestions to him and appreciate the quick and thoughtful responses from the community. Thanks Patrick
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