LIVERMORE FALLS — About 1,700 Central Maine Power customers were without electricity for nearly an hour Thursday morning here and in Livermore.

CMP spokeswoman Emily Spencer said the cause was of a failed capacitor bank, which stores a charge and helps avoid a drop in voltage when there is a large draw on part of the grid.

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