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Standard User picky_user
(regular) Wed 29-Jun-11 14:32:11
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Should a salve socket have a capacitor


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Hi
In my house we have a telephone socket in every bedroom, dinning and living room. There are three cables going to the master socket next to the front door. I believe the electrician has seperate wires for the living/ dinning room then another for the bedrooms upstairs. I've found that many of sockets have a capacitor at the top. I thought only the master socket should have one. Am I not correct in saying that?

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Standard User MHC
(legend) Wed 29-Jun-11 14:35:25
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Re: Should a salve socket have a capacitor


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Should not be there. A slave normally has nothing fitted .





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Standard User picky_user
(regular) Wed 29-Jun-11 14:38:22
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What potential issues could it cause?


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Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Fri 01-Jul-11 11:11:52
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Re: Should a salve socket have a capacitor


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each capacitor can potentially introduce interference into the A/B pair from ring (bell) wires connected to that socket.

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