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  Reply # 846445 27-Jun-2013 21:35
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O and the door lock may be ok :-)

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  Reply # 846448 27-Jun-2013 21:46
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InstallerUFB: O and the door lock may be ok :-)


The concrete plinth looks like its also OK;)
I like the tire marks placing the cabinet almost dead centre.




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  Reply # 846490 27-Jun-2013 23:36
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sampler: Cryers Road ... 4 customers out ... [sniff] .. (2 customers on 2D backup 3g router .. woohoo)

Insane took the pictures, so Im blaming him ...



:edited again to blame insane!Tongue Out


I didn't take these pics, a work colleague had them sent to him by a third party. If I had run a cabinet down you'd see the marks where i had come back for a second pass :-)


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  Reply # 846516 28-Jun-2013 06:30
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InstallerUFB: 

I wonder where that fibre slack came from ?


All over town UFB connected peoples PC's flew off the desk and into the wall.

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  Reply # 846517 28-Jun-2013 06:34
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kiwitrc:
InstallerUFB: 

I wonder where that fibre slack came from ?


All over town UFB connected peoples PC's flew off the desk and into the wall.


:-()

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  Reply # 846519 28-Jun-2013 06:55
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IP rated cabinet is around $600 + GST to start with...

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  Reply # 846522 28-Jun-2013 07:33
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GregV: Obviously on hitting the UFB connection, the car instantly hit 88mph, and is now somewhere over next Wednesday, or is that only on 4G? :)


UFC (Ultra Fast Car) beats UFB Foot in Mouth

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  Reply # 846525 28-Jun-2013 08:18
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kiwitrc:
InstallerUFB: 

I wonder where that fibre slack came from ?


All over town UFB connected peoples PC's flew off the desk and into the wall.


Brilliant!! :) I just pictured that

Shouldn't there be a puddle of data around the cabinet

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  Reply # 846564 28-Jun-2013 09:10
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InstallerUFB:

I wonder where that fibre slack came from ?


I wonder if the fibre is still ok? Perhaps the stretch of the fibre has broken it internally whilst the sheath is still holding it together?

Could be a bigger job if that is the case.

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  Reply # 846577 28-Jun-2013 09:36
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kiwitrc:
InstallerUFB: 

I wonder where that fibre slack came from ?


All over town UFB connected peoples PC's flew off the desk and into the wall.


This explains some of my fault tickets then...

"Customer ONT went flying into wall by itself this afternoon and made hole in it. Fibre cord has disappeared into the wall. Can we please have a tech out to repair."

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  Reply # 846585 28-Jun-2013 09:48
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Dear ISP, I'm having some trouble with my UFB connection. I think it stole my computer Cry

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Reply # 846588 28-Jun-2013 09:51
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sittingduckz:
Dear ISP, I'm having some trouble with my UFB connection. I think it stole my computer Cry


Laughing

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  Reply # 846659 28-Jun-2013 11:29
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sittingduckz:
Dear ISP, I'm having some trouble with my UFB connection. I think it stole my computer Cry


Looks like a standard Chorus install to me :)

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  Reply # 846665 28-Jun-2013 11:35
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DarthKermit: The last time someone bowled a cabinet like this, one of the Chorus guys here reckoned it was in the region of $150K to replace. Ouch.
That would possibly exceed the third party liability on many people's insurance policy anyway. Ouch!



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  Reply # 846700 28-Jun-2013 12:11
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I think I've worked out why this happened, they were just following the signs


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