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Anyone got a news outlet link to this? Time for some good old ET blind speculation!
Hack Work was obviously doing a service change today.Anyone got a news outlet link to this? Time for some good old ET blind speculation!
And the radio waves destroyed the insulation off the service conductors. That's a fact because a certain insurance inspector had the lab report to prove it... :blink:All the smartmeters got 'smart' at once !.......~CS~
Was that the one with the big smoke ring?I remember the PSE&G Substation in Edison Explosion on Route 1. That was back in February of 2012.
http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2012/02/large_transformer_fire_in_edis.htmlWas that the one with the big smoke ring?
If I was on a real computer instead of this IPad toy, I could post a video.
Looks like one of those 345kv to 138kv single phase auto transformers. Certainly could've been worse if people lost power.
There Was Also This In NYC. Underground Transformer Exploded.
I like this post on that link, the PSE&G boys jumped right on it:http://newjersey.news12.com/news/fi...e-at-pse-g-substation-in-branchburg-1.6759589
"Equipment Failure" and looks like it may be a transformer.
Usually that oil burns pretty hot, going to be a lot of work to be done there!
Wonder if the same thing happened with it as with the other one I heard about from years ago... the fire snuffed itself out once it burned enough oil that the fire was inside the tank.