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Old 07-31-2009, 04:22 PM   #1
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Power outlet problem, help!

Another rookie problem: The exterior power outlets and the outlets above the sink are not working (no power to anything I plug in), however, all the outlets in the bedroom and under the kitchen table work fine. Can anyone help trouble shoot why this is happening and also help me locate where the breakers are?

(We have a2009 16' International).

Any help/ideas would be greatly appreciated, as we are trying to get out of town tomorrow.

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Old 07-31-2009, 04:30 PM   #2
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Look for a GFI or a tripped ckt bkr.
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Old 07-31-2009, 04:30 PM   #3
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Since the ones that are not working are outside and near sinks...yet the others work fine, it sounds like the GFI circuit has kicked out.... You can reset it in your breaker box where your converter is.... Hope this helps.
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Thanks... since I am a newbie and my manual is at work, can anyone quickly tell me where the box is?
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I don't know where it is exactly on a 16' Bambi, but it will have a metal vented panel probably near the floor somewhere...ours in the 19' Bambi is below the closet. You can open the panel by turning the latch 90 degrees... Be careful in there, tho...it's electrified...that's where the fuses and breaker are...

I just looked at the 16' floorplan...I bet the converter box is below your closet. Just drop the panel down and you'll see the fuses and breakers...
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look under the bed on the right side -should have a brown fold down cover
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