From what this question is saying, the TEST button is doing its job - it is testing ( = checking) that the GFCI is working correctly.
After you have tested the device by pressing the TEST button you should be able to press the RESET button again - and DO NOT PRESS THE TEST button again - and everything should work.
Either your GFCI is bad [in which case replace it] or it is working perfectly.
It is probably working. My sister had a similar problem. She just kept resetting until it held, but every time she got in her hot tub she got shocked.
Luckily she wasn't killed. It turned out to be the fly weights shorting out against the capacitor wires, turning the water into the hot leg. Don't mess around with this kind of problem.
Think about this question, read it word for word! Again we are asked to answer somebody's homework question...
OR if it is a real question, you have a problem and should call a professional licensed electrician.
These are devices that protect you and your family - if you have to ask how to fix one, this is not a DIY project!
As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed.
Before you do any work yourself,
on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances,
always use a test meter to ensure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB
SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY
REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
Press the reset button on the GFI... If it does not reset then 1 of 2 things is going on...either the receptacle is bad or it is not getting power to it.
Check for power to the reset button in and out when reset-
Push the reset button in the center of the receptacle. When you first power up a GFCI receptacle is will automatically trip, just reset and you will be good to go.
The Trip Odometer is normally reset by pushing and holding the reset button in. The odometer can not be reset.
You reset a circuit breaker by pushing the reset button.
You cannot reset a speedometer. You can reset the trip meter but not the odometer. Reset the trip meter by pushing and holding the trip button.
The tire reset button is to reset your tires.
Check your circuit breaker. The receptacle may be malfunctioning or you may be overloading the circuit when trying to do the reset.
The reset button for the fuel pump inertia switch should be DOWN , if the button has popped up there is no power going to the electric fuel pump and the switch needs to be reset by pushing the button down
There is not a reset button.
There is no Reset button in the MacBook.
Lots of patience! Hold the reset button, then when it says"to reset hold reset button" let up briefly and hold it! Lots of patience! Hold the reset button, then when it says"to reset hold reset button" let up briefly and hold it!