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Old 03-05-2008, 10:18 AM
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if you employ the method i mentioned previously for locating the source of the noise and are able to direct the power company directly to the offending noise source they're usually very appreciative. good luck.

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Freecell, Master Chief I do appreciate all of your help. Freecell I will employ your method when I get home this evening. I know it will take the Utililty company a few days to get out there. That Big Green Box in my front, maybe the culprit. The
neighborhood is all electric, The only things above ground are the trees and houses. There are no factories,industrial buildings, etc in the immediate area. I will let you all
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Freecell, Master Chief I do appreciate all of your help. Freecell I will employ your method when I get home this evening. I know it will take the Utililty company a few days to get out there. That Big Green Box in my front, maybe the culprit. The
neighborhood is all electric, The only things above ground are the trees and houses. There are no factories,industrial buildings, etc in the immediate area. I will let you all
know whate happens
Goodluck trying to find your noise problem Roudy. Let me know what BGE says.
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Rowdy,
were you able to fix that noise problem?
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