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Arived at Silver Dollar

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by CNR, Dec 28, 2009.

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  1. CNR

    CNR TS Member

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    Arrived at Silver Dollar this afternoon.
    We had rented an RV spot for Jan.

    GREAT..... all the electrical plug ins don't work on one side of my motor coach.

    What a start to a vacation.
     
  2. trapshootin hippie

    trapshootin hippie Well-Known Member

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    Flip the breaker.
     
  3. Bernie K

    Bernie K Member

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    I'll take your problem over 10" of snow.
     
  4. CNR

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    Tried it a dozen times.
    But just for you I'll try it again.....after my wife goes to bed.

    Any suggestions accepted.
     
  5. Vickie

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    Try resetting the ground fault plug in or receptical plug in, in the kitchen or bathroom probably. It should have a test button and reset button.

    Vickie
     
  6. smp005

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    I had that happen to mine last year - turns out I lost the neutral on the circuit. One of the receptacles (those wonderful RV receptacles)loosened up and the neutral that only pushed into the back of the outlet had come loose..
     
  7. don q

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    Happens a lot, if you have a choice of 30 or 50 change to the other. Should check current output before plugging in. Been there. don q
     
  8. CNR

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    Ok
    I tried the reset buttons on the kitchen and bath plugs.

    I'll try switching to 30 amp in the morning.

    I guess I'll have to pull the plugs.

    Thanks and again any suggestions accepted.

    Are there any mobil RV repair people in the area of Silver Dollar?
     
  9. Vickie

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    I dont' know what kind of motorhome you have, but if you have an outside faucet or shower head, maybe there is a ground fault recepticle there.

    This happened to us once in our old Southwind. Half the plugs worked and the other half didn't. Just reset that groundfault thingy, and everything was ok.

    Good luck, I am sure there is someone around there that knows where to get in touch with an RV repair place.

    Vickie
     
  10. rooferbob

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    Try Henkles Rv in Port Richie Fla.727-847-9800
    The have a guy who does service work and has been to the dollar before for me and I just bought my new fifth wheel there two years ago.
    Rooferbob
     
  11. BIGDON

    BIGDON Well-Known Member

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    If they are in a slide, look underneath the slide for a wire(cord) that plugs into a receptical. Mine came with to short a wire(cord) and when the slide went out it pulled out the plug slightly causing loss of power to the wall outlets.

    Go over to office and ask for recommendation on a repair man. If all else fails call the manufacturer.

    Don
     
  12. j2jake

    j2jake Well-Known Member

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    Why not go to the office and let Terri know your having problems. It always works for me! They usualy have someone there is short order. Why seek help here rather than the office? Jake
     
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