First, double-check your connections. You may have something hooked up
If that looks ok... Have you installed this GFCI so that other outlets are fed
through it? If so, unplug everything from those outlets and try again.
If it still doesn't work, turn off the breaker, and disconnect the other
outlets from the GFCI (that is, the only connections at the GFCI should be at
the LINE side, and the ground wire -- no connections to the LOAD side). Turn
the breaker back on, and try again. If it works now, then you have something
wired wrong at one of the other outlets, or a fault in the wiring somewhere.
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