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    Replacing internal telelphone wiring

    I've left the router by the master socket now
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    Replacing internal telelphone wiring

    I found today that where the telepone cable leaves the Master Socket, it went to a cupboard. there was a small junction box where the cables linked. All of the cables were linked except one. The all orange with white stripes, it wasn't connected properly and when I plugged the router to the...
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    Replacing internal telelphone wiring

    As I have access to the telephone line in each sockets. I was thinking on disconnecting both bedroom lines and seeing on what the router speed was at the main socket. I am assuming this would say which line has a fault in it? As bedroom one gets fed telephone cable from the lounge, would...
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    Replacing internal telelphone wiring

    Internal house lines on the outside of the house? Don't think thats a good idea. Each of the 3 sockets has microfilters attached. The microfilters have also been replaced as I have spares. Yes the 3 sockets have microfilters. I will try to take images of the 3 sockets over the weekend...
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    Replacing internal telelphone wiring

    The internet at home is quite slow and always has been My router is connected to 1 bedroom telephone socket. This socket is fed from another bedroom socket and the 2nd bedroom socket comes from the master socket in the lounge. Typically this current bedroom socket sees us broadband speeds...
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