Originally Posted by canuckrdp
I will be checking all of your suggestions.
Thanks so much
What has not been mentioned is the circuit not being grounded. Not having a ground is equally bad to not having power. If wire nuts were used, that may be the first place to look. The ground on house current (120V) should be a white wire. A second ground wire is usually green. The hot wire should be black. On a three-way circuit, there will also be a red wire (not relevant in this case). Twelve volt wire color coding is somewhat different, so we won't confuse the issue.
If you have a length of insulated 14 ga wire long enough to reach from the GFI to the closest outlet, you can try this. Expose the backs of the GFI and one outlet. Plug a lamp into one of the dead outlets (make sure the light switch is on). Then jump the white from the GFI to the white on the dead outlet. If the lamp lights, it is a faulty ground. Your dead outlets are wired in parallel, so either they all work or they don't.