the outlets in both my bathrooms are not working. The outside outlets that are on the same GFCI breaker are working. I have tested the gfci breaker and reset it but the the outlets will not work. Can only part of a GFCI breaker be bad.
If the outside receptacles are working, then the problem isn’t the breaker, if they truly are on the same circuit. You probably have a loose/broken connection, either at one of the outside recepts, or one of the bath recepts, or a broken wire in between.
Turn off the breaker and check the connections at the receptacles.
Also, consider running a new circuit to either the baths or the outside recepts. Bath receptacles aren’t supposed to be shared with other receptacles.
I assum they are on the same GFCI. There is only one GFCI in box and it is marked bathroom outlets. I know it also is on the outside outlets becasue when I shut it off the outside outlets do not work. Also the light in the bathroom are on it and they are not working.
I know they are on the same breaker becasue when I cut it off the outside outlets do not work. The GFCI breaker is marked bathroom outlets/light. And the light do not work also. Everything was working fine no problems. I turned on the switch for the light heard a pop and that was when the problem started.
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