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  Reply # 1120762 2-Sep-2014 19:15
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When did chorus to that sweet install in your pic?



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  Reply # 1120958 3-Sep-2014 08:08
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@cbfd - few months ago, it was their 'temporary fix' for a water logged line but it's still in place just like that. (I have many more pics - not that I'm gathering evidence! undecided )

... the depressing thing is that nobody seems to really want to take ownership of the problem as I 'get a service'

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  Reply # 1120968 3-Sep-2014 08:30
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You get a best effort service and that is what you're currently receiving.






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  Reply # 1120971 3-Sep-2014 08:42
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gotta love that saying...'best effort' - why doesn't it apply to my payments? wink

I'd really like to see what it takes to have the line replaced, when I talk to the engineers that come to 'patch up' - each and every one of them agree that the line needs replaced but until it fails completely all they can do is dig more holes and tape up the leaks.



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  Reply # 1121002 3-Sep-2014 09:50
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might be time for that cable to have a fatal failure then

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