Let’s Talk Low Voltage By Mike Olberding, Operations Manager
About four months ago, we received a call after-hours from a concerned member. The member stated that he thought he was experiencing low voltage at his house. He had already shut down his main breaker box, which was a wise decision on his part. We dispatched a lineman and notified the DS&O answering service that there was a problem in the area. If additional calls came in about low voltage, then the answering service was advised to tell members to shut things down.
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