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    Do i need to use a Micro-filter

    This is a discussion on Do i need to use a Micro-filter within the Sky Broadband (Fibre) Help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Yesterday i got my Sky Hub-SR102 and in the box i got 2 micro filters, and on the 29th my ...

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      Do i need to use a Micro-filter

      Yesterday i got my Sky Hub-SR102 and in the box i got 2 micro filters, and on the 29th my Fibre goes live. My question is should i use the filters or just go straight into the master socket. I have wired up the Sky Hub-SR102 and its working fine with my ADSL. Below is the faceplate i have on master socket.

      http://www.thinkbroadband.com/images...ate-filter.jpg


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      Re: Do i need to use a Micro-filter

      No your filters are built into your faceplate

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