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Apologies if a lot of this is pretty obvious, but my knowledge is fairly limited.
We just had a Master Socket 5c MK 4 fitted (downstairs) and unknown to us at the time it has filtered out the data signal to the extension socket (upstairs), where the router was previously connected to and...
I wanted to reach out to the community and ask for some assistance. I have a Pyronix Euro 46 and I can't remember the master/user codes although I have the engineer code. Is there a way I can reset the master/user codes with the engineer code?
Thank you for your feedback.
Had a call this morning, customer come back from visiting family and during the recent up and down weather it appears rain has got in and damaged the BT master socket. they had no phone/broadband I moved it from one corner to underneath the built in shelving in lounge. outside the wall where the...
A mate of mine had his Mastervolt XS3200W inverter fail--it just stopped. It was replaced ( with a different unit) but the supplier said they had no use for the old one so they said he could keep it. He asked me to have a look at it. I found the fault a insect had crawled into it and...
First post for me, I've not been able to find out a solution to my problems so hoping someone can help me here. I've added a few photos and drawings to help with my explanation below:
The phone line coming into the house in a rather bizarre location - an upstairs bedroom (see...
Just to let you know I was getting new knipex gear and was on amazon reading comments and one post said order from amazon germany so I went on and got these bad boys for £21 was 30+ on uk site was a few other items cheaper to haven't tyred with rest of eu yet funny this as well item...
lady I've just been out to quote for wants, among other things, a new slave socket. outside the house is a junction box joining the supply cable to the master on the other side of the wall. going through the wall is a 3 pair cable. can I use the spare cores to come back out to the junction box...
Doing a rewire and need to sort a couple of sky points and reroute the BT master point, haven't done it before, few questions I would appreciate some help with.
1) need to run sky cable to 2 points, is rg6 the cable I need?
2) is standard 4 pair telephone cable ok for the bt master point?
Hi, I need to move my router, and I'm stuck. :book:
At present it is connected diresctly to the rj11 socket in Bt master socket (Type 5: SSFP Infinity)
Bought a combined rj11 + bt socket from TLC and I'm using Cat5e
It’s only got 4 pins labelled 2,3,4,5 - I have connected 2&5 and the ring...
Looking to wire several telephone points. One master telephone and two for sky boxes.
Would it be best to take a cable from the master telephone socket to a junction box then split it 2 ways?
Looking to use cat5e instead of telephone cable.
Hello I'm wondering if someone can help me please.
ive had a call from a customer to say their master time lag switch is faulty, it's an MK1610 master switch with slaves.
I have had this problem before but managed to get hold of a replacement switch.
They have since discontinued the type of...
A joiner friend of mine called me round to a job he's been doing to try and get him out the brown stuff. Basically he's put a laminate floor down and damaged a telephone cable that comes from the master socket and goes to two points upstairs. Aswell as this cable that comes from the master...
Hello people I have a adt non monitored system I am after the master code and engineer code
Mine is playing about and the ex adt guy I have lost his number so can't get hold of him
and yes I know that no one is going to post on an open forum so if someone could help message me thanks
I have an issue with noise on a phone extension. I have tested the line at the test socket at the master and the noise is not present so it must be internal wiring. I have repunched the cable at each end but the noise remains - bar installing fresh cable (which I cant see how it would make a...
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