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If you actually have a failure in the middle of a branch circuit, you need to know how that circuit is laid out so you can figure out the area where the fault exists. Can you identify which one or two outlets or junction boxes are the most likely causes of the failure? If not, it may be time to get a professional in there.
Two-prong versus three prong is irrelevant.
[This message has been edited by TchrMommy (edited March 03, 2003).]