I assumed my old receptacle was faulty and so I decided to replace it with a new one. I wired it like in the photo below :
As you can see I placed both white(neutral) and black(line) in the line part of the GFCI, as the receptacle comes with a tape over load terminals. Also connected green (ground) to the receptacle.
This is actually 3rd receptacle that I've wired this way. The original one was wired this way too, then I replaced it with a new one. But figured it may be that the new one is faulty too (unlikely but wanted to rule it out). Still same thing. I tried pressing reset and test buttons but nothing happened, nothing 'clicks' in the receptacle as it was 'clicking' when I was replacing it before.
I m not a licensed electrician, I've replaced couple of receptacles and lights, and I think I have very basic knowledge of wiring, long way from an expert( not even my desire but I want to be able to do basic things).
I inserted the phone charged as well as the receptacle tester inside but nothing worked as I expected it would.
What am I doing wrong? And what can I do to make it work again?
I found a problem, it's the series of connecting GFCI's. So now what? I can't(would not pass inspection when I sell this house next year) just put regular receptacle in there (it works I tried).