Originally Posted by TheEdge
We have a dead outlet above the sink counter to the left.
Our repair facility says the neutral line is dead and appears to be tied to the GFI in the bathroom but they don't know where the connection is made.
We are in need of the electrical schmatics for the fifth wheel. Does anyone have a set?
Don't count on a schematic however if you are electorally savvy it might be easy to find and fix. Usually outlets are dead because the squeeze fit connection in the back vibrated loose and either the neutral side or hot side comes loose. This can the same outlet that is open or the one just before. The dealer is probably correct, in the kitchen, outside and the bath are all required to be GFCI protected. Just make sure there are not two protected circuits, the breakers are clearly marked which are GFCI. Try to picture the run from the GFCI outlet in this case the bath, whats the next logical place for the wire to run. Just check with meter or plug in tester to follow outlet to outlet. The target or the one just before will usually be the culprit assuming there is only one circuit, check for more.