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Old 03-02-2013, 06:44 PM   #16
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Odd electrical fault

Originally Posted by ANMH View Post
Thanks guys. There was a GFCI tripped in the garage that I didn't see at first. The odd thing is that I swear I checked it as one of the first things I looked at - must have not done it properly and then dismissed it.

Thanks again for all the suggestions!

dont worry, twice now my internet went out .. took me about 8 hours once to find the culprit.

backup battery mounted in garage. gfci tripped.

also once the outlet in one of the garage eaves stopped working .. xmas lights .. I ended up running an extension cord from another outlet to the lights. got done, came inside ... hey, the night light in the bathroom isn't on ... gfci ... I felt like Chevy Chase in Xmas vacation.

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