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    Replacing faceplate on BT master socket

    This is a discussion on Replacing faceplate on BT master socket within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Originally Posted by RUNITDIRECT Picture 2 shows the rear of the NTE5-there will only ever be 2 wires connected here. ...

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      Re: Replacing faceplate on BT master socket

      Quote Originally Posted by RUNITDIRECT View Post
      Picture 2 shows the rear of the NTE5-there will only ever be 2 wires connected here. You also mentioned the ring wire-the ring wire will have no effect if a faceplate is fitted.
      I stand by my post. It is factually correct and accurate. The ring wire was a reasonable comment and nothing to do with the rear plate A and B terminals.
      It was mentioned as not being connected. Be pedantic if you wish.


      I guess I'll give up posting and let the experts do it .


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      Re: Replacing faceplate on BT master socket

      It's not a question of being "pedantic". Seeing as this is a pretty simple procedure but people are struggling it seems reasonable to me to get the facts correct. The fact is there is no ring wire to the rear faceplate and there never will be! The other fact is it makes no odds at all if there is a ring wire connected to the front of an ADSL faceplate.
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