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Old 11-04-2008, 08:34 PM   #1
jimmyb
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DEAD ELECTRICAL SOCKETS

I NEED A ELECTRIDAL CHART OR DIGRAM OF A 5 TH WHEEL..
THERE ARE 3 OUTLETS IN THE CENTER OF THE TRAILER THAT
ARE DEAD...
ALL OTHERS WORK...
THE TRAILER IS A
CARRI-LIGHT
EMERAL
SERIES 633RKS

THIS BELONGS TO A CLOSE FRIEND (RETIRED)..
I AM AN ELECTRICAN BUT THIS ONE BAFFELES ME
MANY THANKS
JIMMYB
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Old 11-05-2008, 07:45 AM   #2
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Chances are you aren't going to find one. Most trailers (and motorhomes) have so many options that there isn't a standard wiring diagram for the entire rig. It's going to be a case of tracing the circuits to see what has gone wrong. I'd start at the breaker box if it's AC or at the fuse box if 12 volt.

If you post what year, make and model RV you are talking about it might help if anyone else has had a similar problem in the past.

It's also easier to read you post when it's not all caps too.
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Old 11-05-2008, 03:24 PM   #3
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dead outlets

Unless you have already eliminated this possility, you might check to be sure that the outlets are not downstream of a tripped GFCI.
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