I think the electric outlets of my two bathrooms in my
house have tripped. One of the outlets has a small
label "GFCI protected circuit". Unlike a typical
GFCI outlet, I CANNOT find any kind of reset button.
I have also checked my electric switch panel and
nothing has tripped.
Is there anything I can do now other than hiring
an electrician? :(
The "GFCI protected outlet" means some GFCI somewhere is protecting that
receptacle. Does a receptacle in one of the two bathrooms have the reset
button? If so, push it. If the house is older, the GFCI could be in a
different type of room all together -- garage, laundry, basement, outside.
Once I had a reset not work, but when I pushed the Test button and then the
Reset, it worked again.
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