Non-GFCI plug ins not working
In our TT, all our GFCI and Non-GFCI worked until the dealer had our unit and changed out the A/C.
When we found out the 4 Non GFCI's were dead, we checked every breaker and visually inspected all fuses. We have only 1 GFCI with a reset button (bath). All labeled GFCI plug ins work. Fridge, A/C, lights, fans, heater and hot water all work. But both plug ins in the bunkhouse and bedroom are dead (4 pf them total). The dead plug ins are at different ends of the camper. We have not finished visually inspecting the plug ins yet.
From some of the other posts, we saw how these are "daisy-chained" and how the non-GFCI's feed off them in series. Like Christmas tree lights.
Now we can ignore this (kinda like our Honda- not enough plug ins for devices when other autos have them coming out their ears) OR try to run this down.
It is inconvenient but won't stop us from camping. When the A/C died we still went. And all plug ins worked. We charge our cell phones from the MBR plugs so we know they worked before the A/C change out.
Saw one thread that stated the wires at the fridge coming from the plug out were bad so everything after that in the series did not work. We haven't even looked for that one and have no idea where to start.
One question was if something could have been messed up when the A/c was changed out. Being a holiday weekend, the service department won't be open until next week.