DANVILLE, Calif. (KGO) -- Power may have been restored to some PG&E customers, but many Bay Area residents with Comcast are still wondering when they'll get their service back.
When PG&E service went dark, so did Comcast. That's because Comcast relies on PG&E to power its service. But many say after their power returned, Comcast remained black.
Rachel Baker of Danville spends time hitting the books. When the Danville resident tries to use her internet, this is what she gets -- no internet.
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Attempts at using her streaming service only get her similar messages.
"You know, I can tell you I'm extraordinarily frustrated with not being able to conduct business. But what's more frustrating is the lack of any kind of information or even empathy," Baker said.
Others on Twitter have similar experience. Lyne Soto tweeted, "Here in the East Bay, we've been without for days and no updates."
Belle wrote about email. "Had zero since Saturday night. Comcast reps had no idea why."
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Comcast cable and Xfinity home, its security system, are also affected.
Comcast explains it to us this way: "Comcast service requires commercial power to operate. Once power is restored, we will restore Comcast services as quickly as possible."
Power to Rachel's home went out Sunday, but returned the same day. She believes her blackout was unrelated to the planned outages. Her Comcast internet remains out, a couple of days later.
Baker says she "contacted the billing department saying I had a question with my bill, and the billing department was not aware that there was an outage."
Comcast sent us this video showing while power may be on in your home, your Xfinity service may be disrupted because the signal is coming from an area where the commercial power is out.
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That doesn't make Rachel feel any better. "To me, if that is in fact true, I'd like an explanation."
Comcast had no estimate of the number without service or when that service will be restored. Rachel is now using her AT&T hotspot to get on the internet.
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