If you’re looking for a way to get a boost in energy during a power outage or emergency, you can’t go wrong with Oncor Power’s “power synonyms,” which are designed to get you a boost from the battery power your thermostat or other devices use.
Here are some suggestions for the best ways to use these synonyms.1.
A power outage is the result of an electrical fault.2.
A power outage may be caused by a faulty switch or transformer.3.
A faulty transformer is usually caused by bad wiring.4.
A transformer may be faulty or damaged because it’s being operated too slowly.5.
A switch or breaker may have been damaged by a power surge.6.
A circuit breaker may be damaged by electrical surges.7.
A fault in a breaker is usually related to the wiring, or the connection between the breaker and the rest of the house.8.
A defective breaker may cause the circuit to fail, and the breaker must be replaced.9.
A broken circuit breaker usually means that the breaker has to be re-wired.10.
A dead circuit breaker means that a breaker has failed, and there is a risk of damage to the breaker.11.
A damaged circuit breaker could mean that a power failure has occurred.12.
A breaker or fuse in a building is normally closed, but a break in the wiring could mean the breaker is faulty.13.
A fuse in the ground is normally open, but it may have fallen out of use.14.
A wiring problem may be related to electrical faults.15.
A leak in a pipe or electrical line in a house could be caused because of an overheating electrical circuit.16.
A leaking electrical line could be due to an overheated electrical circuit, faulty wiring or faulty transformer.17.
An overheating circuit is a fault in the electrical circuit that is connected to the house’s main breaker.18.
A water main leak is a water main failure caused by the water leaking out of the ground or a leaky pipe.19.
A gas line leak could be related if the ground in the house is leaking.20.
A bad electrical circuit is caused by faulty wiring.21.
An electrical fault is a breakdown in the electricity supply system that is causing an electrical shock or interruption in service.22.
A house that has a faulty electrical circuit could be a hazard to yourself or others.23.
A home with an overhealing electrical circuit can cause serious damage to your home.24.
A dangerous electrical circuit may be an electrical malfunction or fault in one of the electrical circuits in the home, including a faulty transformer, circuit breakers or a faulty breaker.25.
A problem with an electrical circuit in a home may be a failure in the supply system or a fault that can be repaired.26.
An outage may have resulted from a faulty circuit or fault.27.
A short circuit can happen when a circuit in one part of a house becomes short, causing damage to other parts of the home.28.
A loss of electrical power to a circuit can lead to a loss of power to other circuits.29.
A break in a wiring is a short circuit that causes a short to occur in one or more of the wires in a circuit.30.
A surge can occur when a surge in the power supply causes a voltage drop in a supply line.31.
A long circuit can be a problem in a power supply because of faulty wiring in one circuit or the ground.32.
A burst of power can cause a power loss of up to 30 percent.33.
A runaway transformer may have an overheater that can damage the transformer.34.
A malfunction in a transformer may cause a failure of the transformer’s components or cause an overheate.35.
A system failure in a relay can cause an overload of the relay, or a power overload of one or all of the relays in a system.36.
A failure in an AC-powered breaker may result in an overheation of the breaker or the failure of all of its components.37.
A voltage drop may occur when voltage in one electrical circuit drops below a critical level.38.
A relay may fail if a circuit that it controls is damaged.39.
A transmission line may fail because of a fault on the line or fault between the line and the ground supply.40.
A connection to a power source or service can fail because a power line that supplies power to that source or to a service is damaged or is faulty, or because a line connected to a ground or groundless service is faulty or overloaded.41.
A service line or a line that is normally connected to an electrical service can become disconnected because of damage or failure.42.
A line that has been overloaded or damaged can cause damage to its component.43.
A lost wire that is in a service line can cause problems in the service line itself.44.
A high voltage line