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If your GFCI outlet is not working properly, there are a few things you can try before calling us. First, check to make sure the outlet is receiving power by plugging in a working lamp or other device. If the device does not turn on, the outlet may not be receiving power and you should check your circuit breaker. If the outlet is receiving power but still not functioning as a GFCI, push the "reset" button. This may solve the issue. If not, it's best  replacing the outlet entirely with a new GFCI outlet. It's also important to regularly test your GFCI outlets using the "test" button to ensure they are working properly. If you have tried these troubleshooting steps and are still experiencing issues,  call us or schedule a Troubleshooting Appointment

ground-fault circuit-interrupter breaker

ground-fault circuit-interrupter outlet

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