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The most typical cause for part or all of an outlet circuit to stop working, or to work intermittently is due to either a deteriorating connection where the electrical wires attach to the outlet, or an electrical splice that has gone bad. This condition could become hazardous and should be repaired as soon as possible.Why are certain outlets not working?
When a wall outlet doesn't work, there are two possible reasons: a bad connection or a tripped breaker. The bad connection is usually in the outlet itself, and finding the tripped breaker may boil down to simply locating the nearest ground fault interrupting outlet. GFIs can cut power to other outlets when they trip.Why are multiple electrical outlets not working?
Too many wires under the wire nut. Another reason why your electrical outlets do not work could be that there are numerous wires under the wire nut. Although nuts are designed just to cover wire cables, some electricians make the wire nuts into a conductor between wires.