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Smart Meters: Most have no built in surge protectors

Sedona AZ (February 2, 2017) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor:

Hey SedonaEye.com,

Rent: $980. Hydro cost: $798. Is this ‘smart’ insanity what utilities had in mind all along? Watch this poignant story of one young Ontario family‚Äôs heartbreaking struggles as they are forced to choose between heating and eating:

Premier Wynne ~ This Is My Story
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRHFcybHRI4

As we know, this is unfortunately not an isolated situation. Hundreds of thousands of reports of extreme billing increases have been reported from around the world, after the ‘smart’ meter agenda gets deployed in a given region.

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Secondly, did you know that contrary to analog meters, with most ‘smart’ meters there are NO BUILT IN SURGE PROTECTORS? And the results? Millions of dollars in damage from fires, explosions and power outages which should have never happened.

Smart meter fire while in service

Just last week, between 500 and 1000 homes were damaged or otherwise affected by a power surge. Damages that DO NOT HAPPEN WITH ANALOG METERS.

Get Brian Thiesen’s full story and analysis, here:
https://bc-freedom.com/2017/01/29/500-more-smart-meter-fires/

And as always, please feel free to share and encourage others to get signed up for this list (via our website).

Onward,
Josh del Sol
Take Back Your Power
Woodinville, WA 98072

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3 Comments

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  2. Dan Evering says:

    no idea>will check & share

  3. Sandy & Sofia Richardson family says:

    We Chandler snowbirds from Wisconsin readers since 2012, ages ago we agree, LOVE Sedona’s beautiful and peaceful red rocks and plan a weekend staying at our favorite resort Enchantment in 2018 after daughter graduates from UCDavis on our way to Chamdler. We’ll bring this article to family and friends attention, the issue is nationwide. Thanks for the many ways you keep Sedona news coming our way, we enjoy the columns and commentary, interesting and vibrant, with smart meter issues important as your Warren Woodward points out, a health and safety endeavor of great magnitude. Good coverage we don’t see at home.

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