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Old 08-16-2019, 02:40 PM   #1
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Question I have a 2014 Aspect 3 outlets on drivers side will not work 1 on wall right side sofa , 1 in the cabinet left side where dish reciever is located the other is In right side cabinet where the tv reciever control
Is ! Fuses are fine , 30 plug is fine , checked GFI ok converter is ok 🤔 stumped ! Any ideas
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There are usually 2 GFI's did you check both? Any other circuits not working? Might be a GFI or switch in the cabinet.
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Old 08-16-2019, 05:19 PM   #3
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There are usually 2 GFI's did you check both? Any other circuits not working? Might be a GFI or switch in the cabinet.
I can only find one GFI in as you enter the coach ! Have looked everywhere for another no luck . Everything else works only 3 outlets that donít .i have air 😊 i canít get me dish receiver power ! Not going to hamper our trip up the coastline ! Just bugging myself and friends because we canít find the problem. Sure appreciate you respondingg back . Thank you !
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There is usually one in the kitchen and one in the bathroom. You can get the electrical pdf from Winnebago online that might help.
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If you have an inverter, those outlets may be fed by it. Is it on? My Navion has a bunch of outlets that are fed by either shore power or inverter power, so one or the other has to be on/enabled.
Otherwise, probably a fuse/breaker/GFCI tripped as Eagle suggested.
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If you tell us which model 2014 Aspect you have we can point you to the appropriate wiring diagrams for your rig. If you want to find them yourself you can look here: Winnebago Wiring Diagrams
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2014 Aspect WF727 ! Im sure with the help here in this group it will be figured out ! ��
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We have an Aspect. There's a GFCI where the inverter is located on the outside. Your description fits this perfectly. It has happened to us once and others on the Facebook Aspect group.
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Thanks Inkaye I checked the GFI again and you were correct �� I now have power to all outlets . Thanks you and everybody else who helped me . Much appreciated ��
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Thanks to everyone who helped me with my electrical problem ��
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Old 08-22-2019, 10:16 AM   #11
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You should join the most helpful Winnie Aspect facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1834086740146355/. They're great for support and camaraderie.
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Similar problem on my 2008 Adventurer Class A

Outlets on the driver's side by dinette, bathroom and light on the floor by the bedroom door inop. The 12v outlet on the same panel as the 120v outlets by the dinette works. I also can only locate one GFCI . It is right by the kitchen sink.
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Outlets on the driver's side by dinette, bathroom and light on the floor by the bedroom door inop. The 12v outlet on the same panel as the 120v outlets by the dinette works. I also can only locate one GFCI . It is right by the kitchen sink.
Don't know which model 35' '08 Adventurer you have. Here are the wiring diagrams for the WFG35A and the WFG35L models. In both cases there seem to be 2 GFCIs--one in the galley and one in the hallway.
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Found and fixed, thanks My second GFI is on the wall at floor level behind the dinette With the slide retacted almost invisible.
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