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Old 06-28-2012, 07:08 PM   #31
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They replaced the neutral conductor...
They only dug up about 5 foot in front of the diso.

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They only dug up about 5 foot in front of the diso.
Im betting the farm they had an existing splice gone bad and they repaired it. Electrical isn't alchemy of sorts, they had a neutral issue, and repaired it.

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...Electrical isn't alchemy ...
Until you let the smoke out of the system...
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Wonder what ever happened with this?
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Wonder what ever happened with this?
I'm curious also.
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Update: after the second time the poco came out and dug around the box by the road and told me it all good on there side and nothing's wrong, I no longer have the issue. Pretty sure they just fixed it and claimed it wasn't their fault.
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Old 07-10-2012, 09:48 PM   #37
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Update: after the second time the poco came out and dug around the box by the road and told me it all good on there side and nothing's wrong, I no longer have the issue. Pretty sure they just fixed it and claimed it wasn't their fault.
Lol, typical story.

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