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Guys and Girls,

There is also another type of GFCI that has the blank face with no
outlet holes, which sounds like what is being described.

I've seen this type used in a remote location ( like a basement ) where you want every down line outlet protected. Have also seen them used to
protect exterior and / or pool applications.

It this thing dies, all down line receptables are dead also.

I'd start by checking the power to this GFCI and if good, but no power on the other side, the unit is bad and needs to be replaced.


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