Can a moderator on here help me sort this out.
I have posted already about an engineer visit and problems afterwards. A BT engineer was suppsed to visit today to fix problems. I am using th etest socket after an engineer vsited on MOnday 18th June and changed the socket, this caused the fibre connection to drop and orange light every 5-6 minutes, but in test socket all is fine.
Called BT this morning they knew nothing about the visit today and are going to charge £130 to replace the socket which was change by them/Openreach, but they did confirm there is a fault on the network outside my property.
They have also said to complain to Openreach whcih is impossible as Openreach are wholsaele and dont deal with the public and you have to forward all complaints to your ISP.
Will I just put faceplate back and let service stop working and report fault, I dont know what to do to get this mess resolved.
just to clarify, if you replace the "front plate" of the Master Socket the connetion drops, but if you use the Test socket it's fine?
Have you tried a Quiet Line test with a phone?
Told them will put faceplate back tonight and if servce goes down again Im doing nothing more with it until they fix it.
Apparantly they say thats not reason enough to send an engineer - that the test socket works and the faceplate doesnt will post back later when faceplate back on.
Wow OK, well it clearly is enough of a reason. Hopefully this will be noticed by a Moderator or one of the Distinguished Sage's (who can flag it to them) and it can be looked into.
In the meantime maybe have a read of their complaints process
was there a dial tone when you had the faceplate connected even though broadband did not work?