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Summary: Electrical Rv-electrical Question: I have a 1992 Champion Mobile Home, recently a faucet handle broke causing water to flood my master bedroom and bathroom, and now for some reason half of the lights in the house don't work, all the outlets work fine, but the lights in the master bedroom, master bathroom, laundry room, and kitchen don't work.


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I have a 1992 Champion Mobile Home, recently a faucet handle broke causing water to flood my master bedroom and bathroom, and now for some reason half of the lights in the house don't work, all the outlets work fine, but the lights in the master bedroom, master bathroom, laundry room, and kitchen don't work.
Name Drew P.

Hi Drew - Great Electrical Repair Question!
The first thing is to make sure that everything is dry, inside the electrical junction boxes and the devices. If there is any damage or corrosion then the devices may need to be replaced. Next I would look for tripped GFCI Outlets or Circuit Breakers

Start with the bathroom, kitchen and there should be one for an outside outlet. Also, make sure all two pole circuit breakers have been toggled all the way off then back on. Let me know what you find out.


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