Walked into the bathroom today and turned on the light, one didn't come on. I looked up expecting a burned out bulb and instead find a water ring around the recessed light in the ceiling. I went upstairs to the bathroom that is directly over the downstairs one and found nothing suspicous looking. My first thoughts are to cut open the downstairs ceiling and see what I can see.
Anyone one else agree with that or have any better ideas?
"the recessed light in the ceiling." Take out the recessed light if you can. See if you can see what is going on. Make sure the electricity is shut off for those circuits. If water around there could be dangerous.
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