Several days ago a representative from the local power company did some exchange on our meter. He said the lights would go out for a moment and then be back and there would no harm done. It seemed that he was correct until we went into our bathroom to find out that both our GFCI receptacles were blown out by whatever had happened. What should I tell the power company when I call?
When modern GFCI devices lose power, they revert to the tripped state. Once power is restored, they'll have to be reset.
If the devices will not reset, tell the utility that the devices are no longer functional.