#187996
Daniel E. Fall
Guest

You “have power” to outlets for the circuit you replaced.

What voltage do you have? If you “have power”, how do you know?

Sounds like you might have a voltage drop somewhere between panel and the outlets. Disconnect power when you aren’t around, good chance for a fire. Post voltages at start of run. Disconnect first receptacle, check voltage, and post here again.

If you don’t have a meter. Change the first outlet in the run, and leave the rest disconnected and test with an appliance. If it won’t run, you have a problem in the line from the panel, or where the breaker mounts, etc.

If you aren’t 100% sure of what you can/can’t do inside the panel, call an electrician, it might be your life.