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    Terrible speed

    This is a discussion on Terrible speed within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; When you moved the wires from the other faceplate to the filtered one, did you put them on the 2 ...

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      Re: Terrible speed

      When you moved the wires from the other faceplate to the filtered one, did you put them on the 2 and 5 terminals on the filtered plate? If you did not, take them off the A-B terminals on the back of the faceplate where you must have them and put them on terminals 2 and 5.

      If that does not help. plug into the Test socket again and take your stats and post them.

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      Re: Terrible speed

      Check the following.

      (1) That you have connected any extension wiring to "2" "5" and "3" and not to A and B on the faceplate filter.

      (2) That you have the router connected to the router socket on the faceplate filter.

      If the low noise magin persists, then remove the filter faceplate to expose the test socket and check that any extension sockets are dead, and then check the stats from the test socket.


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