Nevermind. My wife just fixed it. (I hate when that happens.) In my defense, I'll say that the only GFCI's I've ever seen before were in hotel rooms. On those units, the "reset" button was always popped out if tripped. On these, the button remains in the same physical position whether its tripped or not. Its the little LED that indicates "tripped" operation or not. Problem solved . . . reset button pushed.