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    Rolling Along Rgpracer's Avatar
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    TV outlet, microwave and bathroom plug is dead.....

    Worked yesterday, pulled from Youngstown ARB to Toronto Canada and now, nothing. Checked all the obvious things, fuses and breakers....all normal, odd to me that those three items could/would have no power.

    Also.....fridge wouldn't come on...."chexk" beeper kept going off. Finally turned gas on and it works.

    What have I overlooked?

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rgpracer View Post
    Worked yesterday, pulled from Youngstown ARB to Toronto Canada and now, nothing. Checked all the obvious things, fuses and breakers....all normal, odd to me that those three items could/would have no power.

    Also.....fridge wouldn't come on...."chexk" beeper kept going off. Finally turned gas on and it works.

    What have I overlooked?

    Thanks
    You might have a tripped GFCI outlet somewhere.
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    I'll second checking any GFCI outlets in the rig.

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    In most of the electrical problems it's just really "guessing and trying" unless you have a multi meter to check voltage. The only quick sure way to solve these issues is to "trace" the voltage beginning with the breaker. If you have 120vac coming out of the breaker, that eliminates the breaker. Then if you do not have 120vac at the appliance/outlet then it's in the wiring.

    Multi meters are inexpensive and it doesn't take an electrician to use them. Just be cautious and watch a few YouTube videos on how to measure voltage.

    But I do agree to check GFCI outlets first before doing anything! Been there done that.
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    Well, my ignorance of not checking everything and jumping to conclusions......,my sons host house electrical tripped.
    All good, thanks all.
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