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I turned it off and went around the coach. Everything 120 Volt related I could find worked.

I did not look for outlets inside compartments, I will give it a try.

There are two passenger side outlets: one in the front behind passenger seat and one in bedroom. There's also outlet on the inside of the fridge service door - you access that one from the outside. Those outlets are on the same breaker. There are two driver side outlets: kitchen and bathroom. I marked them that way.

Thanks for all the suggestions. I should fond the time this weekend to follow them. I will report my findings.
 
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Lewis and Clark weren't the only ones on a voyage of discovery!
 
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Decided to gave up the hunt for now. As we are completing the demo phase I need to dedicate my time and energy on the restoration. I am sure the answer will present itself one day. Or will it?
 
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