Global Database Administrator
- Dec 23, 2001
- Ann Arbor, Michigan
Sounds likely. The storm probably clogged the cooling system and caused the equipment to automatically shut down to prevent overheating. They have a temperature sensor in them that will trigger a shutdown if it senses that the temperature has risen above a certain level.My guess is the dust probably got inside and was sucked into equipment via cooling fans and caused havoc. Maybe things overheated until cleaned out by a tech.
It isn't a trunked system. There is another thread about it with more info here: http://forums.radioreference.com/texas-radio-discussion-forum/290440-amarillo-trunking.htmlIts been a few years since I left Texas. Any details on the system? I checked the DB for several areas of the panhandle and the only TRS I see is xcel energy.