How about you agree with what I have said repeatedly in the thread about your (forgivable, as I explained) omission of the vital information about the required connections if the OP had adopted your top suggestion, about fitting the Solwise filtered master socket faceplate?
My corrections have been ignored throughout by yourself and contradicted more than once by the person I seem now to have upset with a very mild colloquial expression
As it stands, and as the now delighted but wrong poster seemed ignorant, the OP could innocently have adopted your first solution and it would simply have not worked!
T2-T2 and T5-T5 would be incorrect with that faceplate. Fine with the existing one which is the way he is going.
You should not have let dect act as he did with his own cocky but invalid statements and comments about my correct posts.
I am still concerned about the other issue I have repeatedly raised, as to whether there are telephone extensions in the house, used or unused. If that wire from the living room to the garage is straight through as implied then are phone extensions must be being fed pre-master, creating bridge taps and severely impacting xDSL.
The only correct info in this thread other than what I have given
is your second suggestion and the wiring advice relevant to that, whilst leaving the living room faceplate alone and just fit the filtered extension in the garage. The other poster has been wrong throughout when contradicting me. No wonder I got displeased with him and his ignorance on a subject he claims thirty years plus experience of.
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