We have a house built in 1995; I'm told it was built by a house builder as his own house.
All the bathroom outlets in the house aren't working.
Some are GFCI outlets and some are not. The presence of non-GFCI outlets suggests to me that there must be another GFCI somewhere although the breaker box doesn't have any other GFCI breakers.
I checked the output side of every circuit breaker in the house and all are working.
All the outside outlets are working too.
At each outlet, I confirmed no voltage from line-to-ground and neutral-to-ground.
I have found that they're all connected together since I used an extension cord and confirmed a connection Line-to-Line and Neutral-to-Neutral between bathrooms at opposite ends of the house.
All this suggests to me that they are all controlled by a single GFCI; perhaps a GFCI breaker.
All the outlets having the GFCI feature are not tripped and also not receiving power.
- the house isn't empty
- the plans stored at the city don't include any wiring information
- there is no known property inspection document which may have described a possibly now-hidden breaker box.
- Garage has shelving throughout.
- Basement has a renter.
Any guesses where to look or what special thing I should look for? I have a background in electronics but so far, I haven't found what I need!
Thank you for any clues you can provide!