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Topic # 179270 2-Sep-2015 20:05
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GL in good form.

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  Reply # 1378569 2-Sep-2015 21:25
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So that's why it's taking 6 weeks at present to get simple installs done in Wellington (when I say simple I can give two examples of exceptionally simple jobs where the ONT is to located in service risers within 1m of the BUDI).. Clearly all of UCG are busy working at Coastlands since taking over the MDU contract!





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  Reply # 1378586 2-Sep-2015 21:43
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Pro geekzone tip. Use BBCode and wrap it in a [ youtube ] TH96-hePQms [ / youtube ] and you get nicely embedded video.






 
 
 
 




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BarTender: Pro geekzone tip. Use BBCode and wrap it in a [ youtube ] TH96-hePQms [ / youtube ] and you get nicely embedded video.

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  Reply # 1379375 3-Sep-2015 19:49
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Hmmm
I need to get my 2 fibers pulled out and 6 or 12 blown in so I can get some more DFAS
I wonder if they will do it at 3am for me?




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  Reply # 1379543 4-Sep-2015 09:43
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raytaylor: Hmmm
I need to get my 2 fibers pulled out and 6 or 12 blown in so I can get some more DFAS
I wonder if they will do it at 3am for me?


A few trays of beer to the right people might be the easiest way :)

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  Reply # 1379966 4-Sep-2015 19:57
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Nice Video - Shame the problems with the build/recording and the problems/delays in the subsequent installs to Coastlands and their tenents wasnt added on the end :-)

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