Yes, you really do need to provide more information to get a reasonable set of suggestions. I'll not insult your intelligence by asking if the circuit breaker is OK (you said "stopped producing power" - so I 'assume' you have had power from it in the immediuate past - but overheating could have tripped the CB.)
Without knowing the type of Generator, everything is only a guess! My genset has a control board (PCB) that manages the power - it failed in the past and generated power was not put into the system - replacing the PCB was needed.
Start at the genny - disconnect the camper power cord and fire it up. Ideally, check with a voltmeter. If you don't have one, a lamp will be an adequate test device. If no power, genny is to blame. If you have power there, turn off the genny and reconnect the camper. Turn off any high-draw appliances; air conditioner, electric hot water, etc. Make sure your breakers in the camper aren't tripped, and fire the genny up. Power...great!! No power...more complicated problem with wiring, the generator when loaded, etc.
Good Luck - let us know what you find out,
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I can't help with your problem, but I feel for you. We are in Va also and have not had power since Fri. night and now AEP says it could be next Sat. before power is retored to parts of ROanoke co. We brought all of our food and put in the MH. We are using the generator so I hope it stays on. Supposed to be 102 today with the possibility of more storms.
I hope you get your problem resolved
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