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Topic # 204697 13-Oct-2016 12:11
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I'm sitting at my brothers new rental waiting for chorus, who said 11am, to come out for a new ont power pack that the last tenants took. Any reason they can't just send it out? He's waited 2 weeks for them to come out, and did ask if he could pick up or get it sent out. Seems a little pedantic





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  Reply # 1650762 13-Oct-2016 23:09
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There are two ways your ISP could book that Chorus call out for you. One takes two weeks, one takes a day. It seems in this case the former was chosen.

But yeah it woukd be easier if they sell these power supplies in shops or something.

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  Reply # 1650790 14-Oct-2016 07:09
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Order one of these, it's a battery backup for the ONT and router, it includes a power supply, battery, and small box to control it.





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