Aaron, you don't happen to have a GFCI anywhere in your house do you? A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter protects you from getting electrocuted by opening the circuit if you drop a radio in your bathwater or something. It "pops" much quicker than your house circuit breaker. But if it "pops" it also cuts the power to anything that is "downstream" (further down the circuit from the breaker box). If not, and Tom can't troubleshoot by computer, I suggest you get an electrician in. It is easier and quicker to troubleshoot something like this by actually seeing what is going on. But please post, because I would like to know too.