About 2,500 homes remain without central heating or hot water for a third day as engineers continue to reconnect their gas supply.
Properties in Fishcross, Dollar and Tillicoultry in Clackmannanshire were cut off at midday on Tuesday when a farmer in Fishcross accidentally ruptured a large pipe while doing drainage work in a field.
Approximately 3,500 properties were affected in the area.
Scotland Gas Networks (SGN) said engineers secured the leak by Wednesday morning but staff have to visit all affected properties in the area to ensure gas supplies were turned off before services can be restored.
Engineers reconnected 920 homes in Dollar on Wednesday night and the supplier said visits will continue to other properties on Thursday.
An SGN spokeswoman said: "We are looking to start reconnecting properties in Tillicoultry this afternoon and will need to visit all affected properties for a second time to turn the gas back on.
"Our incident centre at Tillicoultry community centre has reopened this morning, where electric cooking and heating appliances are still available. We would like to thank everyone for their continued patience."
All affected customers have received a letter informing them that they will receive £30 compensation for every day without gas after the first 24 hours.
Fishcross and Clackmannan primary schools were closed on Tuesday as a precaution and Dollar Academy did not open on Wednesday, but there are no further closures planned in the area.
Council chief executive Elaine McPherson said: "We are working closely with all our partners to ensure people's safety and that the incident is managed efficiently."