Dead circuit that's well... not dead
Last winter the wall outlets in my garage went dead. Since I do little in the garage in winter, I waited. Now it's irritating me. I replaced the GFCI. LED glows but no power. Hot to ground is 120. Hot to neutral, no go. Replaced the GFCI again in case I got a bad one.
About 10 years ago I stole some juice off the same box where the GFCI is for my bocce court lights. All is fine with the lights but nothing at the garage outlets.
No continuity is showing up anywhere that it should not. With the circuit breaker off, I have tested neutral to hot, neutral to ground, hot to neutral, hot to ground. Nothing untoward shows up.
I'm lost. Any ideas?
BTW, before anyone dives down the rabbit hole, my work on this circuit happened years before this problem. Years of service, then one day - nothing. Everything I can unplug has been unplugged. I pull power to light my workbench off this circuit and I'm not getting any work done!
Could certainly use some ideas on where to look next.