The demarcation point is the test socket, that the faceplate plugs into. The test socket and anything behind it is Openreach's.
The faceplate that plugs into it is yours, so that you can connect extensions to the terminals on the back of it. Or replace if you feel like it.
If you try to replace the back box/test socket, you could easily short out your line, killing it, and possibly damaging the exchange equipment. Could be expensive.
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Edited by RobertoS (Wed 08-Jan-14 17:51:12)