But it was on a minute ago!!!!!

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Home Inspector with Clayton Inspection Service, Inc.

I was doing an inspection a while back, and pulled the cover off the electric panel in the garage to check it out. After I finished inspecting, I started to put the cover back on when the lights went off in the garage. I quickly checked to see if I had tripped a breaker, but none were tripped. NOPE! 

I couldn't imagine that I did anything to cut off the power, especially since I didn't hear anything, and sparks did not fly, and I wasn't electrocuted.

I walked outside to see if there was something maybe going on at the meter and met a neighbor walking outside too. Seems the street lost power at the exact moment I was putting the cover back on. What are the odds?

 

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Oct 17, 2008 04:37 PM #1
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That's too funny. I've been inside working when I tripped a circuit breaker and couldn't figure out what I had done to trip it. When I went outside, there stood the Client and his Realtor playing with circuit breakers. Oh, well.

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