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  Reply # 1951570 4-Feb-2018 19:27
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Lucky you. OUrs insisted on stapling the bare cable to up on the fence.

 

We refused and out it in a conduit along bottom ourselves, so it looks like yours.

 

They wanted to come round corer of fence and along to bedroom.

 

We refused and put it under path and into corner of house (lounge) ourselves.

 

 

 

They wanted to cut my asphalt and patch it over with a thin layer of concrete.

 

We refused and re-did the asphalt after we cut it and they laid the damn thing in the grave.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1951596 4-Feb-2018 20:27
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pctek:

 

Lucky you. OUrs insisted on stapling the bare cable to up on the fence.

 

 

its not the bare cable, its a microduct, it carries the fibre inside it.


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