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Here is my issues. Woke up this am, no power to TV and wall plugs. I used a RT210 Outlet tester and it came back as HOT/GRN REV. I checked all outlets on the circuit all said the same. I checked each outlet and was only getting 120V from HOT to GRN.
Checked the breaker, it's putting out 120V
I then pulled every single outlet on the circuit (10 total) and hard wired them together as a continuous circuit. Still am ONLY getting 120V HOT to GRN. So if there is a break in the Neutral, how do I find it? Thanks.
 

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