It shall be the customer's responsibility to provide suitable protective equipment such as fuses, circuit breakers, relays, and surge protectors to adequately protect his or her equipment. If three phase equipment is used, it shall be the customer's responsibility to protect it against phase failure, under and over voltage, and the effects of ferroresonance. Customers shall have the responsibility to provide suitable devices adequate to protect their three phase motors and other equipment against reversal of phase rotation and single phasing. Your District will take all reasonable precautions to prevent phase failure or abnormal voltage variation, but cannot guarantee that such conditions may not occur due to circumstances beyond its control.
The customer's wiring shall be in accordance with applicable wiring codes and shall have been inspected by the state inspector. When customer equipment has been de-energized for a period of one year or more, the District may require the customer to have his equipment inspected by the state electrical inspector. The District is not responsible for the actions of the state inspector or any other private or governmental entity or individual.
Your District reserves the right to refuse or discontinue service to customer's equipment or wiring where, in the opinion of the District, such equipment is in hazardous condition, or not in conformity with lawful codes and local regulations.
The customer shall be solely responsible for the maintenance and safety of his wiring and equipment and the District shall not in any way be liable for accident or damage occurring to the customer or to third parties because of contact with or failure of any portion of the customer's installation. It is the customer’s responsibility when utilizing the District’s communication system to take reasonable precautions against unauthorized access to the network. The District is not responsible for any damage to customer computer systems or data caused by computer viruses or hackers that may access the customer’s computer over the network.
Where the customer's use of electric or communication equipment results in an interference with the quality of the customer's own service or that of other customers, or where the customer requires voltage control within unusually close limits, the District may require the customer to provide, at the customer's own expense, such special or additional equipment as is required. This may apply to cases of extreme unbalance of single and three phase loads.
Nothing in this policy shall be construed as placing upon the District any responsibility for the condition, maintenance, or safety of customers' electrical wiring or current consuming devices or other equipment; and the District shall not be responsible for any loss or damage resulting from defects, failures, malfunctions, or electrical faults in/or originating in any electrical wiring, current consuming devices or other equipment which they may own or operate, install or maintain. The District shall not be responsible for damage to persons or property arising from the use of electric service on the premises of the customer.
Notwithstanding any other provisions of any other code, law or Customer Service Policy:
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