Our backyard lamp and electric outlet stopped working and I am trying to figure out what else I can try to get this working again. I've already tried toggling the switches on the electric panel. I am not sure if it is safe and appropriate to swap out the fuses (see picture). Any advice, tips, or suggestions would be appreciated.
The electric outlet used to work and somehow just stopped. I am interested to know what things I can try to bring this back online. I am used to working with low voltage at work for data and I'd like to know what I can safely evaluate.
Our lamp in the backyard used to work just fine. One day without warning it just seems to have stopped (the outlet socket is not producing electricity and the lights no longer come on).
The panel seems to indicate that the electric lamp is controlled from this location. I've tried toggling the switches without getting the power back on to the outdoor lamp.
Our house has one or more fuse boxes like this one. If I need to change a fuse, how would I do so safely?
I am continuing to research this issue based on the very helpful comments and will go out today in search of the proper tools to test for connectivity (I welcome any recommendations).
On the opposite side of the electric outlet, the lamp has two switches. One feels a bit mushy when pressed and the other clicks firmly. Toggling has no visible effect on the situation.