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Did you check the GFCI that controls that outlet? What is this on? And did you have the shore cord plugged in or on genset power? Please explain further what happened here.
There should be one more GFCI in the kitchen area. What is this in? 30 amp shore cord (3 prongs) or 50 amp shore cord (4 prongs)?
There should be one in the area that controls the kitchen plugs. Which outlets aren't working? It has to be tied to those and should be closeby.
What coach is this in?
Does this have a plugin microwave? If so, check that plug.
It can be, but doubtful. It should be close to one of the other plugs that don't work. Unfortunately, no manuals are available for these. The other solution is for you to give a local mobile tech a call and get some assistance from him (or her) and most parks can recommend one or online they may be listed. Most local dealers can assist in this as well as some of the techs do mobile work on the side, if the shop doesn't do it.
When Fleetwood went out of the towable business, they did away with all the manuals and diagrams. Bummer!
Follow around the walls and look carefully at every plug. BE SURE, it isn't a string that isn't on a GFCI and just the service breaker tripped OR bad. A small digital multimeter can be very useful here in checking those.
Only one in the whole area? Did you check the online listings? Where are you located?