Crockett, I bought this RV last week from the original owner that had it for 6 months. I overlooked checking all the outlets for power and took their word that there were no problems. Perhaps those outlets never worked, although they are required to be GFCI protected as they are all within a few feet of the kitchen sink. The GFCI labels are on those receptacles as well. I suppose what is bothering me the most is the unknown of this RV's wiring. I don't know if I'm missing a reclusive GFCI outlet, or if the problem is internal wiring. I do know the only GFCI outlet (in bathroom) with a load wire to other protected receptacles shows 120V.
I get that feeling that deep in the walls of this RV, there are two wires with caps on the ends that deserve to be connected, and aren't...
I plan on pulling the three kitchen outlets tonight and opening them up to check the wiring and contacts are good. Would love to see "hot" wires upon opening them up.