Let me explain further.
The circuit connects to:
1 outlet in one bathroom
2 outlets in another bathroom
1 in the outside front of the house (weather-proofed outlet)
4 outlets in a sunroom in back of house
1 hardwired fan in sunroom in back of house
2 outlets in garage (1 is gfci)
Believe it or not, I rarely use any of these outlets. I noticed though (of the only outlet that I use) that my electric shaver wasn't charging.
So, I went to reset the gfci in the garage. I reset it and the breaker popped.
I replaced the gfci and the breaker.
I opened the outside outlet (because this was a problem before) pressed the gfci and the breaker popped.
I replaced the gfci with a regular outlet and the breaker popped.
I put the gfci back in and took out the hard-wired fan in the back, and the breaker popped.
Right now: the gfci is in, all outlets are connected, but the fan is still taken out.
The gfci has 4 wires and the ground. I put the two hot (black) on one side, and I put the two whites on the other. I matched up the correct black to white too (the respective ones). I've put in gfci before and I know that the black needs to go with it's matching white.
Questions: Could the breaker or gfci be bad after tripping so many times?
What should I do from here?