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Blown fuse? i have reset fuses on house and i still have 2 room with no electric and one other outlet outside. what do i do?

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If its not as easy as reseting a breaker, perhaps even look for tripped gfci outlets, usually in kitchen and bathrooms. not much more your gonna do past checking the obvious, hope you know an electrician

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OFTEN there are hidden loads such as doorbell transformers... remove the fuse and see if doorbell ceases to work... if so, find the transformer.

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