Floridians: PREVENT “Smart” Meter Fires by REFUSING “Smart” Meter Installation!

Floridians: Don’t Let this Happen To You! REFUSE the “Smart” Meters!

Help Me Howard: FPL Smartmeter:
http://www.wsvn.com/features/articles/helpmehoward/MI92249/

West Palm Beach, Florida: Man Claims Fire caused by “Smart” Meter:
http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/local_news/youreport/youreporter-claims-fire-caused-by-smart-meter#ixzz1m7KriWfb%20

S. Florida: Some homeowners worry installing new ‘smart meters’ could spark fires:
http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/region_c_palm_beach_county/some-homeowners-concerned-about-meter-installation#ixzz26yVoMccf%22

PLEASE SEE ALSO:

Meter Fires in Pennsylvania:

[PA] Fire Concerns Lead PECO To Halt Smart Meter Installations:

[TX] “Smart” Meter Fire Leaves Houston Home in Shambles:

Smart Meter Fire – Just how safe are they again?:

One day old smart meter short circuits and starts burning.

Texas Smart Meter Fire:

Georgia Smart Meter Fire:

[IL] General Electric “Smart” Meter Bursts into Fire:

PLEASE SEE ALSO:

News Round Up: Smart Meter Fires Tell “Difficult” Story; DC Opens Health Inquiry; IEEE Puts Industry on Notice:
http://stopsmartmeters.org/2012/09/08/news-round-up-smart-meter-fires-open-up-a-difficult-smart-grid-story-ieee-puts-industry-on-notice/

“Smart Meter” Fires and Explosions:
http://emfsafetynetwork.org/?page_id=1280

Alabama whistle blower alleges fire risk from smart meters:
According to the lawsuit, the plaintiff is an engineer and was an AMI smart grid project manager. He alleges the smart meters were not properly tested, and were seriously flawed. He found that the Sensus iConA had a “tendency to drastically overheat, and melt or burn”. He was asked to keep quiet and was eventually terminated for failing to do so.
…. Sensus Qui Tam Complaint:
http://emfsafetynetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/Sensus-Qui-Tam-Complaint.pdf

Peco suspends smart-meter installations after Bucks fire:
http://articles.philly.com/2012-08-17/business/33233644_1_smart-meter-sensus-peco-energy

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