I've got a problem with some recessed lighting.
We have 8 recessed lights on a circuit that is controlled by a timer so we can leave them on/off for set periods. Five lights are indoors and three are outdoors, under an extended overhang. When we moved into this location, one of the three outside lights did not work. This one is positioned on the right. After we were here a year, all of the old floodlight bulbs were replaced with LED bulbs. Some time in the year after that, the light in the center stopped working as well. Currently, only the leftmost exterior light works and all of the interior lights work. There is no attic access to this area. All of the bulbs have been tested and work fine elsewhere. Never had a breaker trip. Tested the sockets of the two nonworking bulbs with my voltage indicator and it agreed with the bulbs - no power.
The boxes for these lights are all mounted right beside them up in the fiberglass filled hellhole of an overhang but I can't see them or see how to get them loose. I've managed to get a horrible picture or dozen with my phone - enough to see that the wiring looks to be in good shape and that any connections must be actually in the boxes (never know with these really old buildings).
Where's my best bet for trying to solve this and get the lights working? I've put away a lot of the more pressing projects and I'd like to get these back in commission before the long dark of winter.