In the kitchen I have an outlet with a GFCI on the bottom and a light switch on top. I wired it according to instructions I received here. The power coming in is from a two wire ungrounded wire. When I test the GFCI portion with my Gardner Bender tester the GFCI does NOT switch off when I press the test button. On the GFCIs in the bathroom this button makes them turn off and I have to reset them to work again.
Does this mean my GFCI outlet is not doing what it should?