Well that's not as easy unfortunately.
Could be that the GFI plug itself is bad - easy fix, just replace it. Be sure that all 110v is disconnected first.
Typically, that GFI plug is first in line, feeding other outlets downstream from it. That's where the challenge begins. If replacing the GFI outlet doesn't solve the problem, then you need to consider that downstream outlets are either wet, or corroded, or that one of the wires is now "open" , meaning broken, chewed, poor or bad connection, etc... And will need to be repaired to reestablish the references to ground that exist downstream .
Just remember to turn off 110v at each step while testing.
Let us know what you find
Jim & Kim from Colorado
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