A GFCI outlet recently stopped working so I replaced it myself. This GFCI outlet is connected to another standard outlet and a third outlet which is more like a strip.
- A GFCI tester on the GFCI outlet and the first standard outlet shows that the wiring is correct, and trips when the test button is pressed.
- On the third outlet, I get power flowing, but I get the lights for "Open Ground" on the GFCI tester and the test button on the GFCI tester does not trip at all.
- However, when I press the test button on the GFCI tester, I get the lights indicator for "Hot/Neutral Reversed."
I believe I wired the GFCI outlet correctly, but what should I be looking for? I only changed the GFCI outlet, but did not touch the other two outlets.