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My line attenuation has jumped from 44db to 54db in the last week,
causing dropouts, my line has been 44db for the last 3 years, now If I
go to be as they must have done something, can they tell me I cant
sustain a one meg line and downgrade me, or do they have to fix the
problem that has not been there for 3 years?.
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|line attenuation||Steve||uk.telecom.broadband (UK broadband)||8||September 14th 05 08:02 PM|
|Line Attenuation||Lo Salt||uk.telecom.broadband (UK broadband)||9||September 27th 04 10:23 PM|
|Line attenuation||Graham Daniels||uk.telecom.broadband (UK broadband)||1||September 26th 04 03:20 PM|
|Line Attenuation||Graham Daniels||uk.telecom.broadband (UK broadband)||0||September 26th 04 10:56 AM|
|Can turning up line signal cause poor line attenuation?||Simon Fearby||uk.telecom.broadband (UK broadband)||1||August 31st 03 05:24 PM|