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deak

07:09AM | 02/05/03
Member Since: 02/04/03
6 lifetime posts
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My master bedroom is over top of my Living room. There are 2 wall sockets on the same wall in each room that does not work. I replace the outlet, but it did not work. I checked to see if power was coming to the line and it is not. What can I do to get power coming to both outlets?

gletiecq

07:58AM | 02/05/03
Member Since: 01/01/03
35 lifetime posts
Can you identify the general area between where power is available on the circuit and power is not available?

Greg

deak

10:42AM | 02/05/03
Member Since: 02/04/03
6 lifetime posts
I cannot, Im not sure if I even understand the question. Im not sure where the lines run to from where they are.

joed

12:10PM | 02/05/03
Member Since: 09/17/02
524 lifetime posts
Have you checked the breaker for that circuit. Is there a gfci that might be tripped.

deak

03:13AM | 02/06/03
Member Since: 02/04/03
6 lifetime posts
There are two circuits not working one in each room, on the same wall. One in my bedroom upstairs is not working on the east wall and below that room is my living room and another circuit is not working on the same east wall. I have been in the house 3 years and it never worked, now I really need them to work. Not sure if they went bad together, no history. I have no inventory of what circuit they are on and not sure whats on the same circuit. Can I fix this on my own, How?


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