Broadband-Filter req'd but 1 socket - old jackplug

  RWBCAM 22:37 31 Aug 06
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I have 3 phone extensions. When BT converted my main socket and the extensions, I did not have a further extension converted in a bedroom. It still has an ancient round jackplug. I read somewhere that when you have broadband, you must put a filter in every socket even if there is no phone connected. Is this true? I've had broadband for a year but the phone line is not as clear as before broadband and the broadband itself is not totally reliable. I wondered if this might be a contributing factor?

If so, I will need to get this redundant extension unwired from the previous extension which has been converted.

  skidzy 22:56 31 Aug 06

click here basically you need the filters at every socket.Just to reassure you click here

Hope this helps

  RWBCAM 23:00 31 Aug 06

Thanks Skidzy for the reply and the link. Now resolved

  skidzy 23:06 31 Aug 06

Your welcome RWBCAM glad to be of help.

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