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Someone had started eating in a sukkah (and made a "leishev") then after some time it started to rain. They moved into their house and waited then for the rain to stop. When the rain stopped they returned to their sukkah to continue eating. However not enough time had passed by where normally a new bracha would be made (for example according to the SA HaRav this is one or two hours.) Should a new "leishev" be made? Would it matter if they had continued eating the seudah in their house or was waiting for the rain to stop in order to continue eating in the sukkah?

(the sofek is if the rain casues a hesech hadas or if since the person doesn't have a sukkah that is "fitting" to eat in that this would somehow cause them to loose the original bracha. Perhaps there are more tzadidim to this as well which people can raise in the comments or hopefully address them in the answer.)

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I wonder if the length of the interruption matters. –  Monica Cellio Sep 23 '13 at 13:05
    
@MonicaCellio I should have made that point clear (that there hadn't been the length of time that would normally require a new bracha.) I edited the question, thank you. –  Yehoshua Sep 23 '13 at 13:11
    
Safek Berachoth LeKulah... –  Seth J Sep 23 '13 at 15:45
    
@SethJ What's the tzadidim of the sofek though? –  Yehoshua Sep 23 '13 at 20:07
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@SethJ What do you think sofek brachos l'kulah means? That you simply don't know what to do at all? I believe the classic example is that you have leanred through the inyun and still are not sure what the psak is, not simply that you don't know anything –  Yehoshua Sep 23 '13 at 20:53
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