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Topic # 115135 14-Mar-2013 18:52
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We've got a customer who would like a Master Splitter installed for them - they are located in the Hawkes Bay. Can anyone help?

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  Reply # 781852 14-Mar-2013 18:54
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There's a member on here called raytaylor. Think he's in Napier and he might be able to help you.




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  Reply # 781892 14-Mar-2013 19:38
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I'm surprised PeterReader didn't pop in to comment on the sales of Master Filters.




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  Reply # 781894 14-Mar-2013 19:41
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michaelmurfy: I'm surprised PeterReader didn't pop in to comment on the sales of Master Filters.


I hear there is a new limited edition autographed boxed PeterReader VDSL2 rated master filter available on the market.

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  Reply # 781902 14-Mar-2013 20:13
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Thanks for the referral.

I would love to help - but im a bit too busy at the moment with other projects.
Give Graham at Napier Phone and Cable a call - hes my go-to man for anything like that.

http://www.npcl.co.nz/html/contact.html
I will pm you his cell number.




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Your help appreciated Ray.

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