I know this isn't an electrical forum, but hopefully somebody might be able to give me some insight. Everything was working great, but this week we got some rain and now I'm getting no power outside to my pump at all.
2 circuit breakers and 2 lines. One goes to my pump and one goes to a GFCI outlet next to it. Both are in the same conduit and same outdoor electrical box.
There's a timer for my pump in the basement (doesn't affect the outdoor outlet).
There's a GFCI outlet in my basement. When tripped, timer loses power and thus pump loses power. Not sure if outdoor outlet does too.
This week, the GFCI outlet in my basement tripped a few times with the rain. This morning though, it wasn't tripped, and the one outside wasn't either, and the circuit breakers weren't either. Yet, no power. I flipped the GFCI outlets and circuit breakers and timer switch, just for the heck of it, but still no power.
I'm at a loss...if circuit breakers aren't tripped, and GFCI outlets aren't tripped, and the timer is set on, how could there be no power?