Broken part led to power outage

Broken part led to power outage

There are 14 comments on the Newms360.com story from Feb 1, 2014, titled Broken part led to power outage. In it, Newms360.com reports that:

A power outage in Tupelo early Saturday morning can be blamed on a broken part. A component which alerts workers to problems within a transformer was broken, and caused the outage in the northwest substation, said Johnny Timmons with Tupelo Water & Light.

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Contractor

Tupelo, MS

#1 Feb 1, 2014
Friday morning the power went out also fro 45 minutes as the power company is not doing the preventive maintenance to stop outages.

Since: Sep 08

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#2 Feb 3, 2014
Contractor wrote:
Friday morning the power went out also fro 45 minutes as the power company is not doing the preventive maintenance to stop outages.
Nor do they have to. Congress and your state government doesn't require them to do so.
Write

Tupelo, MS

#3 Feb 3, 2014
Cookie_Parker wrote:
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Nor do they have to. Congress and your state government doesn't require them to do so.
Government is not the customer. It is the customer that controls the money that funds the companies. Stop paying the electric bills because of poor service and if you get enough they will charge more and do a better job. Government is not the savior.
Phil O'Sophic

Tupelo, MS

#4 Feb 5, 2014
Write wrote:
<quoted text>Government is not the customer. It is the customer that controls the money that funds the companies. Stop paying the electric bills because of poor service and if you get enough they will charge more and do a better job. Government is not the savior.
Stop paying our electric bills? You first.
Rob

Tupelo, MS

#5 Feb 6, 2014
[QUOTE who="Phil O'Sophic"]<quoted text>
Stop paying our electric bills? You first.[/QUOTE]
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Installing a personal power system is not far fetched.
Phil O'Sophic

Tupelo, MS

#6 Feb 10, 2014
Rob wrote:
[QUOTE who="Phil O'Sophic"]<quoted text>
Stop paying our electric bills? You first. "

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Installing a personal power system is not far fetched.
Really. Can you provide a link to an affordable source and post pictures of the one your house is running on?
Banker

Tupelo, MS

#7 Feb 11, 2014
"affordable source"
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That depends on what you mean. Is 50K OK?
Phil O'Sophic

Tupelo, MS

#8 Feb 26, 2014
Banker wrote:
"affordable source"
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That depends on what you mean. Is 50K OK?
Lol. Yeah that's real affordable. That's what. 20+ years on the payback and then it would need to be replaced? Not viable.
Sammy

Tupelo, MS

#9 Feb 27, 2014
" Not viable."
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Then children are not viable either. At over $250k you do not get the return on you money.
Phil O'Sophic

Tupelo, MS

#10 Mar 1, 2014
Sammy wrote:
" Not viable."
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Then children are not viable either. At over $250k you do not get the return on you money.
Oh but you must have NOT had any to think that. Mine have returned many times over the original investment. Maybe if yours haven't it isn't THEY who are the problem. Just a thought.
Cost

Tupelo, MS

#11 Mar 1, 2014
[QUOTE who="Phil O'Sophic"]<quoted text>
Oh but you must have NOT had any to think that. Mine have returned many times over the original investment. Maybe if yours haven't it isn't THEY who are the problem. Just a thought.
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You have not proved your value system. You spend time here.
Phil O'Sophic

Tupelo, MS

#12 Mar 4, 2014
Cost wrote:
[QUOTE who="Phil O'Sophic"]<quoted text>
Oh but you must have NOT had any to think that. Mine have returned many times over the original investment. Maybe if yours haven't it isn't THEY who are the problem. Just a thought.
"

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You have not proved your value system. You spend time here.
Each person has to determine THEIR OWN value. I've done so and have determined I now have gained many riches since becoming a parent.

Since: Sep 08

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#13 Mar 4, 2014
Write wrote:
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Government is not the customer. It is the customer that controls the money that funds the companies. Stop paying the electric bills because of poor service and if you get enough they will charge more and do a better job. Government is not the savior.
It's the government that give out the welfare checks to the energy companies which is far more than the cost of your energy
Joe

Tupelo, MS

#14 Mar 4, 2014
Cookie_Parker wrote:
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It's the government that give out the welfare checks to the energy companies which is far more than the cost of your energy
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Exactly what electric company gets welfare? Most have to pay back bonds on their debt.

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