Smart meter hassles continue

We have two “smart meters” installed — one works and the other does not and hasn’t for six months. It just reads “ERROR 7."

We have two “smart meters” installed — one works and the other does not and hasn’t for six months. It just reads “ERROR 7.”

Our usage is estimated by BC Hydro and in whose favour? Those persons who refused to have smart meters installed were correct, as it stands now.

BC Hydro can’t repair them and can’t supply new ones and the idea of being able to read them at a remote location is failing as well.

BC Hydro jumped the gun and put meter readers out of a job due to these so-called smart meters.

What are the views of other BC Hydro users who have the same problem? For such a large company as BC Hydro is, this shouldn’t happen.

Don ReynoldsQualicum Beach

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