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    Manually Set Speed

    This is a discussion on Manually Set Speed within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Originally Posted by misfit96 did you tell him your test socket doesnt work? stats from the current location would help ...

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      Re: Manually Set Speed

      Quote Originally Posted by misfit96 View Post
      did you tell him your test socket doesnt work? stats from the current location would help
      He plugged directly into the Test Socket but only he could get a signal from the Test Socket when I tried when he left I couldn't get any type of internet connection, I think he used some sort of adapter that he plugged into the Test socket before he plugged the other end into his laptop.


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      Re: Manually Set Speed

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      Hi after repairing the black box outside the engineer would have been doing tests to see if you had a connection from outside to your master socket. The engineer then must have used The test socket to run further tests on your line. The faceplate goes onto the master socket at the back of the faceplate there is a connector that goes into the test socket.

     

     
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