MADRID, SPAIN - APRIL 11: A student uses a TV remote control to move his robot during a sumo robots combat trainning during the Cybertech robotics competition at the the School of Industrial Engineering of Madrid on April 11, 2014 in Madrid, Spain. The engineering students association RESET organizes the robotics contest in order to gain the practical experience that the university classes don't have and to increase the popularity of robotics within new engineering students, while they teach them to build robots. Students build their robots from the scratch with specs and rules agreed by the association. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)

Did you lose cable during Hurricane Irma? Spectrum will issue you a credit if you call and ask for it.

Spectrum spokesman Joe Durkin said if people have a difficult time getting through to a customer service representative for a credit on their bill — or if the wait is too long — they can call back at another time. Spectrum will have a record of customers who have been without service, he said.

To reach a Spectrum customer service representative, visit spectrum.com or call 855-222-0102.