Originally Posted by FogueTravelingAbode
It seems like I have blown a breaker in the back. Nothing was flipped in the breaker box but I went ahead and reset all of them. I also checked all of the GFCI outlets and reset them. Still no power to half of the outlets. We are completely new to this camping life and have no clue what to do next. Any suggestions?
We're here to try to help. It's pretty important though, that we get as much information as possible in order to offer an informed opinion....like your make/model RV......and if you are using 30 amps or 50 amp service.....what/where you are currently plugged into (camp ground outlet, household outlet, generator, inverter, etc.).
A common culprit for outlets not working is a tripped GFCI on one of the master outlets. If the master GFCI trips, then all the other outlets downstream of it on the same circuit will not work. USUALLY there are two master GFCI outlets, one in the bathroom, and one in/near the kitchen.
I would advise to check both places for a tripped GFCI.....and try to reset them We also see bad GFCI outlets, and loose wiring..even on new RV's. It happens.
Another question, is it just the outlets not working...or are there more AC electrical appliances not working too (ie television, microwave, Air-conditioner).
If you are using a 50 amp service, the problem may lie in one of the two 120 volt lines that are providing service to your RV.......but we'll stay clear of that right now until you have time to read this and hopefully provide more information.
Don't stress. Everyone will try to help.