so you better wait until power-supply seems to be reliable.
BTW: Itīs fantastic to see how dependent we are on electricity.
6 weeks ago we had a power cut from thursday 05:00 PM till 05:30 PM ( a car crashed into the power-distribution-box in our street ). They fixed it provisorily. On friday morning they fixed it between 09:00 AM and 12:00 AM.
Horrible 3 hrs between breakfast and noon for my wife ( I was on duty
). No electricity, that means : no washing machine, no dishwasher, no cooking, no pohone, no internet and so on.
"Normally" we donīt know power-cuts here in our region. As a average value they speak about 1 minute per YEAR ! Since a few years we donīt have any low voltage transmission lines over earth-surface ( for 230 Volts home power ), everything is subsurface. Only a few high-voltage-lines are above surface
I must admitt that I donīt understand why in the US there are still so many ( low power ) over-surface-lines. If they would change to sub-surface they wouldnīt have that many problems ( and costs ! ) at all.
Uuups, sorry for that long posting, but Iīm electrician