|Re: We Live in a World of Redundancies|
Fri, 8 Sep 2006 20:28:48 UTC
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote in|
> Paul wrote:
>> Even though there is supposed to be standby power all the way, when I
> How often do you have power failures at home to observe this failure?
Quite often, whenever there is a severe lightning storm or enough wind
> Your battery TV works but the phone doesn't?
Not TV, but "digital" telephone service provided by the cable service
> I assume you're using a standard plain phone, not a cordless.
> I am really surprised that is the case and as far as I know, that
At first, I tried calling Verizon from the Comcast line, but I did not
Usually the power would come back on before they had done anything,
We both agreed that things were not the way things SHOULD be. Lately,
The FD portable will work until the system is changed over to the new
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