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No electricity in all bathroom outlets

Hi, I am in the Greater Toronto Area and discovered that all bathroom outlets have no power today. I happened to be in the basement where the service breaker panel was located. I had only re-connected a loose wire from a gang box to a transformer that fed into the smoke alarms [20 amps]. I thought this was the source of the problem, so I disconnected and reconnected, but still no electricity to any of the bathroom outlets. None of the breakers tripped from "ON" to "OFF" or in the middle. The house is 6 years old and it was raining today, but no moisture in the basement. There is a breaker called "Washer Plugs", which I turned on and off, still no power in the bathroom plugs. I tested all the breakers individually and then the main breaker. Could the breaker in question - maybe "Washer Plugs" - become 'broken' and require replacement and if so, is that normal?

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You may have agfi outlet in the circuit. the outlet has 2 push buttons in the middle. it maybe an outside outlet that is tripped some contractors hook up the circiut like that

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Look for a gfci type receptacle outlet and reset it with the use of the buttons as Carl says. If this the case and will not reset, disconnect everything that is plugged into that dead circuit then try resetting again. A defective device plugged in to a gfci (ground fault circuit interruptor) protected circuit will trip the circuit, shut it off and any other receptacles connected to the load side of the gfci.

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