Replacement of breaker
I believe that the breaker is bad because it will not go to the on position. It does not 'click' into the on position like the other breakers.
If I plug a simple lamp or fan into the outlets and flip the breaker to the on side, they do not turn on.
Only 1 of the four switches on the quad breaker does this - the centre two that are tied together and the outer one on the far side all appear to be working normally. I was under the impression that to fix that single breaker I had to replace the quad unit due to the centre two that are tied together.
There are two outlets on this circuit, and nothing else. With the breaker off, I have checked for continuity between the hot (the smaller one) and neutral (the larger one) prongs of one of the outlets, and there is none. I have also checked for continuity between the hot and ground prongs, and there is none.
There is continuity between the neutral prong and the ground, which I also understand to be correct.
Does this seem to be a professional only problem?