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Old 07-16-2020, 07:31 AM   #1
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Electrical (outlets) Question

all of a sudden my outlets in the bathroom, 2 in the kitchen and the outside outlet stopped working. Replaced the breaker thinking that was it but the outlets still don't work. Could one of the outlets be no good and because they are all on the same circut one is bad? We are at a loss. Can anyone help?
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Old 07-16-2020, 07:35 AM   #2
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I don't know if this will help you or not but I had a similar problem and wound up chasing the wires and found that there was a bad connection in a junction box. The had too many wires connecting in one wire nut and one of them was not making a connection.
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Old 07-16-2020, 07:37 AM   #3
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all of a sudden my outlets in the bathroom, 2 in the kitchen and the outside outlet stopped working. Replaced the breaker thinking that was it but the outlets still don't work. Could one of the outlets be no good and because they are all on the same circut one is bad? We are at a loss. Can anyone help?
Did you locate your GFCI master outlet and try to reset it?
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Did you locate your GFCI master outlet and try to reset it?
Not sure if that is the one in the bathroom outlet but we did try the reset on that one and didn't pop or anything so it maybe no good. Could that be the issue possibly. I was brewing coffee and then it stopped and nothing. Now we can't figure it out at all that it was a bad breaker on the one side but its not that. So maybe change the GFI?
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First thing to try is to trip and reset the GFCI receptacle. If it'll trip and then reset it has power at least that far.

We've seen several times where someone was running a large draw appliance and had the connections in a daisy chained receptacle burn out. The only way to find it is to start pulling receptacles and open the back of them up and look at the wires.
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