Hi, thanks for all the suggestions. Here's what I found today:
- I was going to check for power to the master GFCI outlet (to check the breaker) and examine the bathroom outlet for damage (the one the heater had been plugged into). I unscrewed both and nothing seemed wrong. I hooked up shore power and was going to check for voltage to the master outlet.
- I noticed that one black wire had pulled out of the master outlet. I thought at first that it had come out when I pulled the outlet out. I secured shore power, and put the wire back in the outlet and tightened the screws (none of which were very tight).
- I reconnected shore power and guess what- the GFCI was active and would reset. Power now to all connected outlets.
So I'm guessing that the wire came out or loosened as I was using the heater. Perhaps thermal cycling due to higher current allowed the (probably) already loose wire to loosen more.
Thanks again, y'all are great!
Rich & Kathy- new RVers
2008 Surveyor Sport 186
1999 Ford F-150 Supercab V6