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Topic # 120940 19-Jun-2013 11:59
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In this article they talk about improving the master socket
Would some of you tech boys and girls like to applaud the device or fall about laughing that there goes another item that the "suckers" (non techs) will be sold that is useless

If they are worth while are they obtainable in NZ


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  Reply # 839234 19-Jun-2013 12:16
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I think you're much better off following the advice given here in many threads and get a master splitter installed.


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  Reply # 839242 19-Jun-2013 12:23
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In your other discussion about broadband speeds with Slingshot you were given all the advice you need for a New Zealand broadband setup.

Check your wiring. Make sure you have a master splitter installed. Provide the Signal information requested in the other thread so people can determine other things.

I have copied and pasted the standard PeterReader reply with A LONG LIST of things to check. Follow that to the letter.

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