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  • Writer's pictureCraig Whitaker

Thunderstorms knocked out my system, what can I do?


This summer, many of our clients have experienced some strong thunderstorms that have knocked out their systems. If this has happened to you, here are a couple of things you can try before scheduling one of our techs to come out. First, unplug all of your devices from the electrical outlets, wait 60 seconds, and then plug each one back in. After plugging in your devices, confirm the power lights came on. If the power lights did not come back on, confirm the outlet is working by plugging in a working lamp or other device. If the lamp doesn’t work, then your electrical outlet is not working. First check your circuit breakers, if that doesn’t work, contact an electrician. If the lamp worked, plug your system device back in. If the power light doesn’t come on, contact us to schedule a service call. If the device power light comes on and your system still doesn’t work, there is a chance the speakers were damaged in the storm. Unless you have the equipment to test the speakers, you should consider scheduling a schedule call. Please visit our website @www.wbsouth.com.

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