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Have no power to kitchen light, hall light, 1st bedroom light & outlets, bathroom light & fan, 2nd bedroom & outlets.

All runs off one breaker, but have power at breaker.

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Might be a bad breaker.

Posted on Apr 26, 2015

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    douglas merrifield May 03, 2015

    thanks john for your help. I replaced breaker , than I traced it to 1st outlet. power jumps from outlet to outlet.

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Check to see if there is a GFIC breaker in bath room or kitchen that my be on this curcuit. You my have power but if it has a GFIC plug in the curcuit it my need to be reset.

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Anything else on that breaker that is working?

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