Few days ago I got a visit from a WSJ photojournalist. I warned him we are small time, low budget. Wanted shots of a corn harvest. He crawled everywhere getting photos. Even drone shots. Then the breakdown. Something electrical that brought an end to running. Lots of pictures and supply availability discussion. He seamed excited. Not disappointed. He is Australian. And used to work in a gold mine. So not an urbanite. We parted and I chased after parts. You never know how an interview will be used. Next morning we are the 7 breakdown photos attached to a Reuters news feed about parts shortages. Oh well. At least it wasn't a negative viewpoint about ag article.
Edit. Turned out to be a wire supplying one of the fuse blocks losing power. So I grabbed power from a nearby "key on" post for a new "temporary" feed. Took way too long staring at it before the light bulb came on.