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I have one whole wall that all the plug ins are not working.

My gas stovetop is included on the wall. I went to breaker box nothing was flipped. I did just try all the one's related to anything in the kitchen or near kitchen just to see, but nothing is working.

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You need an electrician it can be the breaker or the power feed to or out of the breaker or ground

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