NEW USER: so this has probably been covered but every situation is different and I've found some inconsistent work done by the original contractor. Here's the jist:
-Using an electric Pressure washer, I've tripped all three of my outdoor receptacles.
My checklist for finding/fixing the issue:
- Since these are outdoor I assumed they were GFCI protected so I checked all of them looking for the TEST/Reset buttons. None were present.
- Next, checked the Breaker Box for a tripped breaker. None were tripped
- Next, I checked all of the other GFCI outlets that are installed. None were tripped.
- Next I tested every other existing outlets for power. They were all 100%
- Next I checked the Breaker panel again for something tripped. All were fine.
- Next I one by one flipped all of the individual breakers to reset. Still no power
- Next I flipped the main breaker for the entire unit thinking it may reset any issues. No Luck
- Is it possible, I need to replace one of the individual breakers even though they all seem to be good?
Lastly, I know the line is all attached for the outside receptacles, but I can't even find where it ties into the breaker box because everything else works. Oh and one thing I have not done for safety reasons because I don't know what breaker to throw, was to pull all the receptacles off individually and check the wiring. I thought about it but If that is the case and I pull one and the wire touches to make the circuit live again, it may not turn out so well.