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A technical fault at AusNet’s substation in Officer has been blamed for a short power outage.
About1600 customers from Beaconsfield to the west end of Pakenham were temporarily without power in scorching summer heat on 18 January as a result of the fault.
Power was lost at 12.30pm but, according to AusNet, was restored eight minutes later.
An AusNet spokesperson apologised for the inconvenience but said the company was glad it was able to get power supply back up quickly.
 

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