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    Jul 19, 2010, 12:47 PM
    Power From Junction but No Power to outlet
    I have an outdoor light and ceiling fan in a cabana. The fan is on the same circuit breaker as my pump for the fish pond. The pump is still working but there is no power coming out of the ground up to feed the switch for the fan/light. I have tried to trace the wires from the box on the house, but everything coming out is live. Please offer any help you can.

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