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    NTE-2005 or XTE-2005

    This is a discussion on NTE-2005 or XTE-2005 within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; The problem is you have a very low noise margin. When you fitted the faceplate, did you check that all ...

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      Re: NTE-2005 or XTE-2005

      The problem is you have a very low noise margin. When you fitted the faceplate, did you check that all your other telephone sockets were dead before you plugged it in?


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      Re: NTE-2005 or XTE-2005

      There are no extentions, but I was getting better results with the filter that came with the router . I've turned off the router a few times to see if the noise increases.

     

     
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