Originally Posted by glfillion
Like I said earlier, you have a junction in the line from the GFIC that is broken/disconnected from the rest of the circuit. You are going to have to visibly trace this circuit to the dead sockets!
you are correct. Before I start pulling cabinets and walls apart, I want to confirm a wiring question from an observation I made through the troubleshooting done thus far.
ASKING FAVOR FROM ANY 371REBH OWNER.
I pulled out the receptacle of the GFCI protecting outlet between the stove and refrigerator. There is a "hot' wire in to the "line" side of the outlet. There is no wire on the "load" side.
By code, this outlet is required to be GFCI. Perhaps it wasn't wired to protect other outlets, on the other hand, maybe it was suppose to be wired to protect the three outlets in the kitchen that don't work in my RV.
Does anyone with a 371rebh know if their outlet between the stove and refrigerator has a "line" and "load" wire at the receptacle?
If so, then I know my wiring just needs to be pulled through to this outlet.
If not, the bathroom outlet (which I confirmed to be live on the load side) is disconnected from my three kitchen GFCI protected outlets.
The latter of these options could be confirmed by another 371rebh owner if they test the bathroom GFCI and loose power on the three kitchen outlets by the sink.
Solid chance you'll become my BFF if you have the answer to my questions. Heck, Christmas and Birthday gifts may follow.