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Old 06-24-2014, 12:29 PM   #1
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Dead a/c outlets...need help...

I posted this on another forum but have not yet been able to resolve the problem. Thought a post on this Winnebago Forum might be a better way to get to the root of the problem. It's regarding an '05 Itasca on a Ford F53 chassis. Problem: the 110 a/c outlets for the front tv and the rear tv are both out...dead! I've checked the a/c main breaker box but none of the breakers are tripped. There does not appear to be a breaker for that circuit in the box. Any thoughts about this rather perplexing problem. Thanks, Larry
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Old 06-24-2014, 12:43 PM   #2
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Do you have an inverter? If so, check the breakers on it.
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Old 06-24-2014, 12:43 PM   #3
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Did you reset any and all GFI's? It surprising when one trips what it takes out. One of the GFI's on my motorhome can take out about 70% of the 110v receptacles.
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Old 06-24-2014, 12:46 PM   #4
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Trip and reset all the GFI outlets in your RV. Many times the outlets are 'daisy chained' from GFI outlets so the ones 'downstream' are protected. In addition, your TV outlets might be on an inverter that either has failed or needs circuit breaker on its side reset.

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Checking all gfi plugs is a good tip. I found the plug on my exterior curbside was controlled by gfi in bathroom on opposite side


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I own a 2005 Itasca Suncruiser.

Your TVs are powered through your inverter.

Check the breaker on you inverter in the cabinet above the passenger seat.

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I posted this on another forum but have not yet been able to resolve the problem. Thought a post on this Winnebago Forum might be a better way to get to the root of the problem. It's regarding an '05 Itasca on a Ford F53 chassis. Problem: the 110 a/c outlets for the front tv and the rear tv are both out...dead! I've checked the a/c main breaker box but none of the breakers are tripped. There does not appear to be a breaker for that circuit in the box. Any thoughts about this rather perplexing problem. Thanks, Larry
If you can specify which model Itasca you have I can point you to the relevant wiring diagrams for your coach. If you want to look yourself you can go here ( Manuals & Diagrams ), select 'Wiring Diagrams' and then the year and model of your coach.
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Old 06-25-2014, 01:36 PM   #8
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Still haven't found the problem. Will take it to CW and let them worry with it. It'll only cost me the $50 deductible on my service contract. Thanks to all who responded.
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Still haven't found the problem. Will take it to CW and let them worry with it. It'll only cost me the $50 deductible on my service contract. Thanks to all who responded.
Did you find an inverter powering those outlets? They often have a fuse or circuit breaker right on the inverter box. I'd hate for you to pay Camping World $50 to push a button!
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Also may be a bad GFI! Had to replace one in mine, less than a year old
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