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  Reply # 1423449 9-Nov-2015 08:54

Hi Richard, what do you meant by trying all the line cables on all phones? I have used the blue-white and white-blue wires of a Cat5e cable. Have tried these in the '5' / '2' poisitons of the jack, as well as the '4' / '1' and '6' / '3'

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  Reply # 1423501 9-Nov-2015 09:40
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The cable between the outlet and the telephone or router. Not all are the same.




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  Reply # 1423666 9-Nov-2015 13:14

SOLVED!

I contacted Vodafone this morning who have since sent Chorus out to the exchange. It appears that is where the issue was and we now have our line back!

Thanks for all the replies to this post!



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  Reply # 1423667 9-Nov-2015 13:14

SOLVED!

I contacted Vodafone this morning who have since sent Chorus out to the exchange. It appears that is where the issue was and we now have our line back!

Thanks for all the replies to this post!

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