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Standard User kenny22
(newbie) Sun 30-Sep-12 20:50:58
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been having problems with my connection and was looking about house today and discovered 4 sets of Jelly crimps between where black drop wire enters house and my master box in living room.

seems an awful lot of joins will this cause any noise or signal loss on line?
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 30-Sep-12 22:11:55
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So long as moisture has been kept out and crimps were good originally then should be fine

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Standard User kenny22
(newbie) Mon 01-Oct-12 07:41:24
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Re: joins in line


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thanks for that, just clutching at straws as my speed is terrible at moment and yet my line with same stats produced 3x what im getting now just over a week ago

kenny


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Mon 01-Oct-12 10:23:01
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Exactly same stats, as in same sync speed and attenuation and noise margin? If yes to all three then its not the copper wiring.

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