Received a router on 6Dec and assumed a plug and play. Called helpline multiple times to go through the line check, waited 24 hours and check again. Also followed all instructions re broadband filters. Helpline will not offer any solution and I cannot get them to book an engineer. Hub light just keeps flashing orange. Also, ethernet cable doesn't work.
What does this mean? This is for my grandmother and she is so upset she wants to cancel as no service is being delivered. Or at least get an engineer to have a look. Can a BT employer respond please? Awful customer service.
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If the Homehub light is flashing orange it means that your broadband is not connecting.
Switch everything off and check that you have the cables pluged into the correct sockets and into your computer. If this doesn't solve it you will need to report a fault.
What do you mean the Ethernet cable doesn't work. If you are not getting a connection as per the flashing orange light, nothing is connecting so no data would be going to your computer or have you tested the cable on a working connection.
See link for what the lights mean.
Thank you - fngers crossed I will get help from a moderator.
I have tried to report a fault but the contact centre won't let me! They just say that they have to follow procedure and go through the line testing - again and again and again 😞
I am reluctant to pay for a local engineer to have a look but fear this is the only way - seeing as I am now tied into a contract with no working connection 😞 x 10
Do not get a local engineer. If you are certain you have plugged it all in correctly there is nothing else you or an engineer can do. The problem will be either at the local cabinet or exchange that only BT will be able to resolve.
Welcome to the forum and thanks for posting. I'm very sorry about the problems with your grandmother's broadband and I'll be happy to help you get this sorted if you send me the BT account info using the 'contact the mods' link in my forum profile. You can find the link by clicking on my username.
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