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    Pyronix SMS Messages being blocked by EE

    Would it be possible to let me know that number so that I can pass it on to my installer. He doesn't seem to be coming up with a solution apart from changing network providers or buying an uprade panel off him!
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    Pyronix SMS Messages being blocked by EE

    I'm not sure that I have access to that menu as I am just a home user and don't know what changing the "bureau number to open tap" means. I have changed the recipient mobile number to one on the Virgin network but still get the ARC Call Fail fault.
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    Pyronix SMS Messages being blocked by EE

    Does that mean the only way around this issue is to upgrade my alarm panel, or are there alternative tap numbers which can be programmed into my existing unit?
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    Pyronix SMS Messages being blocked by EE

    No call types barred. There is broadband on the line, but nothing has changed since before the issue. The only factor to change was switching from Virgin to EE.
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    Pyronix SMS Messages being blocked by EE

    Yes it is PSTN. It does not have a SIM card.
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    Pyronix SMS Messages being blocked by EE

    Not entirely sure. I think its an Enforcer 32-WE. It is listed as a Grade 2 PD662:2010 wireless System on the invoice and was installed in 2014.
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    Pyronix SMS Messages being blocked by EE

    What is a tap server, and what could prevent it from connecting?
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    Pyronix SMS Messages being blocked by EE

    When I trigger the alarm the panel gives the "ARC Call Fail" message, which according to the engineer is because EE doesn't support PSTN. The problem only started when I changed from Virgin to EE, but as you state Virgin use the EE network. I think Virgin used to use the Vodafone network in the...
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    Pyronix SMS Messages being blocked by EE

    Hi, I had a Pyronix home alarm system fitted a few years ago which would send a SMS text message to my mobile if the alarm was triggered. However, that message suddenly stopped. My alarm engineer claims that when I changed my mobile phone network from Virgin to EE, that caused the issue as EE...
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    Replacing a Ceiling Light

    Hi all, Hopefully this will make some sense. I am about to replace an ordinary ceiling rose for a new fangled chrome light. At present, the rose is wired like this; a. One Twin and Earth cable - its Blue wire is connected to the Neutral terminal in the rose, its Brown wire is connected to a...
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    Stale Bedroom Smell

    I know what you mean alastairreid, but it is not that sort of smell that you get from electic arcing. It is more like someone has regularly smoked in the room and the stale smell of cigarettes/nicotene is impregnated in the walls. Although we cannot find any damp patches or signs of mold...
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    Stale Bedroom Smell

    Hi all, This is probably going to sound strange but hopefully someone may be able to offer some kind of explanation or advice. We live in a 4 bed detached house which is 4 years old. We have developed a rather unusual smell in one bedroom on the middle floor. We can only liken the smell to that...
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    Ryobi ERT-2100V Router

    changing the subject slightly, just bought a HEC 10" bandsaw and stand off ebay. apparentley only used once(oh really I hear you say), looks in good nick though. I have taken a bit of a gamble though cos couldn't get any info reviews etc off google about HEC machines. Still it only cost £61 so...
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    Ryobi ERT-2100V Router

    thanks big-all, there are some good links there. Just had a brief look at a couple of sites and it looks like I need to be on the lookout for a good 1/4" router. This Ryobi seems to be a bit too much of a beast for some of the hand routing. Still the more power tools the better, eh!.
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    Ryobi ERT-2100V Router

    it is first going to be used to finish off making the router table and then to help construct stands for small workshop equipment(bandsaws etc) as I acquire them. Also to help construct storage cabinets/shelves for the garage-come-workshop. Then probably dabble in a little(basic) cabinet...
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    Ryobi ERT-2100V Router

    wow, what a set of bits the Ultimate set is. They seem like really good value at around £1.80 a bit. I can see what is going to be on this years Christmas list. The ones I have got as a starter set are these...
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    Ryobi ERT-2100V Router

    will do big-all, can't wait to try it out. By the way, I bought a set of Faithfull router bits to go with it. Pricewise I don't expect them to come any where near CMT or Trend bits, but should I expect them to dull and fall to pieces during the first pass of 3/4" Pine?
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    Ryobi ERT-2100V Router

    Thanks big-all, should have checked the switch before buying. Never mind, I suppose a Jubilee Clip should do the job of keeping it switched on whilst in the table. Just been searching the site trying to get a feel for the quality of Ryobi. they seem to be fairly well rated for light use. Not...
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    Ryobi ERT-2100V Router

    Hi, I have just taken possession of a new Ryobi ERT-2100V router. Haven't had time to use it yet but it certainly feels like a well made piece of kit. The main reason for buying this router (apart from the price) was the 2100 watts of power which will come in handy for router table use...
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    A Reasonable Quote?

    Judging by some of the replies it seem Worcester boilers aren't the best. Any recommendations for a good combi boiler?
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