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Distinguished Sage
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Message 11 of 14

Re: Broadband Master Socket Extension Problem??

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no

 

that is an accelerator to help reduce interference form the bellwire on terminal 3.  you get better affect by removing the bellwire on terminal 3 as not required 

bellwire removal

 

the MK3 insert looks like that but it has a broadband socket in the top and acts as a filter so filters are no longer needed on any other sockets  downside is if you use that then hub needs to be connection to the master socket unless you wire it differently  fibre SSFP.jpg

 

socket would look like this with MK3 inserted

 


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Message 12 of 14

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Thanks for all that.

 

At the end of the day, it looks like it would then be easier to pay for th engineer to come to improve the service.

 

That is my question answered !

 

Thanks again.

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Message 13 of 14

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you could just get a local telecom engineer to tidy up your wiring and save some money



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Message 14 of 14

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Thanks for that. I thuoght that only Bt Openreach engineers could touch or improve BT sockets/wiring etc.

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