Re: Bedroom outlets not working
How did you check the power at the GFI, did you take it out of the box and test the wires or did you stab the leads into the outlets? If the former, then it's a circuit problem, if it's the latter, try tripping and resetting the GFI and testing again.
Like Jack said, the problem can be in any number of places from another switch or outlet on the circuit to a buried junction box in the attic or elsewhere. The only place to start is at the outlet closest to the panel and work your way to the end of the circuit. Turn the breaker off while working on the circuit. Remove each outlet and switch, one at a time and make sure all the wire nutted connections are good, then make sure that the screws on the sides of the outlets/switches are being used rather than the jab connectors in the back of the fixture. Wrap the wires so that they're drawn around the screw as you tighten the screw.
As a side note, you may want to draw yourself a circuit map of the house so that you know what breaker operates every single switch and outlet in the house, this will assist you in future repairs or modifications to the electrical system
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