Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Testing your home for power...

If you call your landline phone at home and your answering machine picks up... you do have power. 

12 comments:

Aimee said...

Just for information, if you have at&t answering services this will not indicate if you have power at your house.

restlessinatl said...

I don't have an answering machine. Anyone know what the power situation is in Charlestowne area in St. Rose?

lost in little rock said...

I need power and internet for the answering machine. With either out I can not tell if I have power. If anyone has power on the north end of Villere Dr please post.

Thanks

lost in little rock said...

I have cox internet phone service. So with either out I can not tell if I have power. If anyone has power on Villere drive toward the north end please post.
Thanks

Laurie said...

not sure if I 'stupidly" unplugged my phone while unplugging everything else, please someone post power restoration in Ama, Kennedy St. We want to come home So badly!!

Talking Chimp said...

I unplugged my answering machine because I didn't think anyone would call during a hurricane.

RC29th said...

I know that we unplugged our answering machine, and have cox phone anyway. Does anyone know what the power situation is in Old Luling around Sugarhouse Road?

roro2086 said...

i heard there will be no power for 7 to 14 days...does anyone know if this is true??

savedbyHisLife said...

does anyone know if Dianne Place has electricity? :)

Leslie said...

Any word on Dunleith Dr. in Ormond?

St. Charles Parish said...

7-10 days is accurate.

maddux said...

we're wondering about dunleith dr. too. anyone have any info?