Originally Posted by smithmdsmith
I tested both of the adapters per the diagram you provided and both are working as expected--120V to each leg. I guess that means I'll need to find a 50-amp power source and check my outlets again...although a 30-amp should work now that I'm convinced the adapters are working.
Thanks again for the help.
PS: It never ceases to feel weird to stick long metal things into a hot outlet.
Matt, now that you know that part of the "power chain" is working, we need to go to some other links in it.
If you have a detachable power cord to your RV, then you can detach it from the RV, but plug it into the adapter. Now, you can use the multi-tester and make sure that you have 120 volts going thru the cord....on both legs. If this checks good, then you can also eliminate the cord itself from being a potential source of the problem.
You can hook it back to the RV, and then go inside. I seriously doubt you are having incoming power problems, as more than just some outlets wouldn't function if this was the case. I feel the problem is as below.
As I stated in my original post, it sounds like you possibly have a master gfci outlet tripped. Look in your bathroom for a master gfci outlet, and push the reset button on it. Also look in your kitchen area for another master gfci outlet and press the reset button on it too. The "master" outlets are usually located near sinks and can be on the wall, the side of a counter, underneath overhead cabinets, etc.
You may also find a master gfci in a pass thru storage hatch, if so, press the reset on it.
(Pic below is just an example and your gfci may look different)
If a master gfci outlet trips, then ALL the outlets that are connected to it downstream in that circuit will also have their power disconnected.
It may seem weird, but the gfci master outlet in your bathroom, may have other outlets daisy chained to it that are located in other parts of the RV. Same goes for any other master gfci outlets.
Also, these RV gfci outlets are notorious for going bad, and needing replacing....but let's just keep our fingers crossed and hope it's as simple as a tripped one that can be reset.
On another note, have you checked your electrical panel inside your RV, just to confirm a breaker hasn't tripped, that may control the circuit the outlets are on. Using a hair dryer, coffee pot, or other high wattage appliance, may have possibly tripped the breaker.
The link below shows a pic of a 50 amp RV electrical panel:
Here is also another pic of a gfci outlet