Power outage causes undefined fuse to blow

After all, it is their power supply that caused this issue

On Sunday the power went out at our house. It had been legitimately windy so I didn’t think much of it. It only took the power department 3 hours before they got our power back on. However, by then it was getting legitimately moderate in our house, but of course the cooling system uses power. So when the power is out both of us don’t have any , and as soon as the lights came back on I was sure that the cooling system would too. And yet, 30 minutes after the lights came on our cooling system still had not turned on. By now it was 75 degrees in the house. I tried turning the cooling system off and then back on but it still would not kick on. It was time to call for a/c repair. It took a few more hours before the cooling system servicemans arrived and solved the problem. Apparently a fuse had blown either when the power went out or when it came back on. Whatever the case, the cooling system servicemans were able to substitute the fuse abruptly and get our cooling system toiling again. I was legitimately cheerful when I heard the cooling system kick on and start cooling the lake house again. Within 30 minutes our lake house was back to our normal control component settings and I was cheerful. Although, I am wondering if I can get the city to pay for our repairs. After all, it is their power supply that caused this issue. I kind of doubt it though. Oh well, at least it wasn’t too high-priced.

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