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No power to one outlet in bedroom.breakers are ok.

It was working,then it quit then started working then stopped working.the outlet and wiring look to be ok. I have quite a bit of know how in electrical work. but this one got me stumped.can someone help me out on this one?

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I would think that if the other outlets that are on the same circuit are still working, then I think I would try replacing the outlet in question.

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