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Old 05-01-2019, 10:25 AM   #1
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Help with 110 outlets

The 3 110 outlets in the bedroom, the 1 above the kitchen sink and the 1 in the bathroom in my 24V stopped working this morning; any ideas????
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Old 05-01-2019, 10:43 AM   #2
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Possibly a tripped GFCI.
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Possibly a tripped GFCI.
yup. and some RVs will have more than one. check carefully.
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Thanks, but I do not see a GFI on any of the outlets. Is is possibly somewhere else??? We check the breakers an none where tripped.
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bathroom and kitchen are the usual places but on a previous MH there was one in a storage compartment.
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Good luck. I just went through this with my 26he. 110v outlet under the bedroom TV died. The online wiring diagrams you can download are helpful but they don't tell you where any of the junction boxes are. I tore apart the bathroom vanity, silverware drawers. Not the problem. I found the correct junction after I removed the gas stove. Just like everything in a motorhome the connections they use for the wiring is funky. I will give them credit for excellent wire labeling. Each wire has a label which corresponds to the diagram. I cut the wires out of the junction box and put them together with wire nuts. Everything is working again. Taped everything up and am hoping for the best!
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The 3 110 outlets in the bedroom, the 1 above the kitchen sink and the 1 in the bathroom in my 24V stopped working this morning; any ideas????

If you can provide the model year of your View 24V we can provide more specific information using the correct wiring diagrams for your particular coach model.
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When we lost 110v power in our 2018 View 24J, the culprit was the GFCI on the inverter. Ours is in one of the basement compartments. You may want to check yours.
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First thing I thought of was "That sounds like the outlets on the inverter" So SteveD49 is correct it has a GFI that controls the output to the inverter outlets.
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Call Winnebago support. They will open the manuals and tell you where the GFCI's are located.
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Old 05-02-2019, 09:39 PM   #12
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Here are the wiring diagrams for your coach (depending on the actual serial number):
24V (Serial Number begins with 10545X1)

24V (Serial Number begins with 10545X2)


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I had a similar problem in my 2016 Adventurer right after I took delivery of it. The 110 Volt outlets in the living area were dead. Found that the GFCI under the sink in the kitchen was tripped, reset it and everything worked. So, always check for all GFCI's when outlets don't work.
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I once traced a 110v supply problem to a circuit breaker on the bottom of my inverter. That might be worth a look.
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Always check the easy and obvious reasons for system failures. Donít rewire the coach to cure a burnt out lite!!
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Old 05-08-2019, 07:27 PM   #16
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Just had this same problem last week. All 110 outlets that run off the inverter were dead. Also the GFI on this run would not reset. Did not know at the time that a GFI needs power to be able to reset it. Re-set all breakers, checked all re-settable fuses, all good. Called WBO support and asked if I was missing something, I was not. All this while plugged into 110v.

No 110v out from the inverter. Called Zonna Energy in Millersburg, Ohio a Magnum Inverter repair center. Walked me through a couple of things to no avail. They did not think it was the inverter, but said if I could bring it in their tech could take a look at it.

Pulled it out and drove 2 hours to Zonna Energy. After a half hour on the bench and many different tests they said there was nothing wrong with it. I did remember when removing the 6 different wire nuts inside one wire nut was somewhat melted on the side. The tech thought that a loose wire on that wire nut would cause an arc and then the transfer switch inside the inverter would close and not allow 110v to go through. Wires going into the inverter are solid 6ga. and the wires inside the inverter are stranded. The bad wire nut was the problem.

Cost for 1/2 hour bench time was $20.00. This is an Amish business with all Amish workers. They have inverters and solar panels from floor to ceiling, and batteries galore. Who better to know about alternative energy then the Amish. No more jokes about never hire an Amish electrician !
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If you have an outlet over the sink there must be a GFI. More than likely you tripped your GFI.
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The 3 110 outlets in the bedroom, the 1 above the kitchen sink and the 1 in the bathroom in my 24V stopped working this morning; any ideas????
Looking at the wiring diagrams for the coach. I would suggest checking the gfi outlet on the side of the cabinet, to the left of the sink by the entry door. It's possible that someone as they came in accidently tripped it via test switch.


Looks like circuit affected is marked as brn. Would suggest checking: circuit breaker marked "BRN"in Load Center; gfi on inverter and see if transfer switch is connected correctly and working. By any chance is there 110v available at the outlets when on battery power? if so transfer switch is not working.
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Looking at the wiring diagrams for the coach. I would suggest checking the gfi outlet on the side of the cabinet, to the left of the sink by the entry door. It's possible that someone as they came in accidently tripped it via test switch.


Looks like circuit affected is marked as brn. Would suggest checking: circuit breaker marked "BRN"in Load Center; gfi on inverter and see if transfer switch is connected correctly and working. By any chance is there 110v available at the outlets when on battery power? if so transfer switch is not working.
Great advice!
Note that the GFCI on the inverter is only powered when the inverter is enabled (ON).
There is an ATS (automatic transfer switch) as you pointed out that is mounted in the same location as the inverter - right above it. This switch senses when inverter is enabled and automatically transfers outlets to that source.
Point is, there are two sources of power for the outlets from the inverter; battery or load center.
The OP mentions no power at bedroom outlets (BRN), galley outlet (BLU), bathroom outlet (BLU).
In the load center the BLU is circuit breaker #2 and the first GFCI is in galley - the one by the entrance door. BRN is circuit breaker #3. No GFCI inline on this circuit when on load center power. The inverter is the only GFCI but must be on to provide the GFCI protection for this circuit.

Considering the outlets without power come from two different circuit breakers (bathroom and bedroom are two different circuit breakers) - there may be a larger underlying problem such as a loose neutral.
My first thought is to make certain the View is plugged into shore power and inverter is off. Check all receptacles. If the same receptacles are still off then the problem could be in the load center. At this point you need to have some electrical knowledge to proceed with diagnosis or bring to RV technician.
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I have an 04 Journey and i had a the same type of problem, after checking both my GFI's i discovered the kitchen Gfi was burned out and i had to reolace it.
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