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  Reply # 1614909 20-Aug-2016 20:02
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I heard a rumour (from someone who did the course) that the training provided for Hubbell certification is more about advertising than anything related to doing a good job installing a network, although I guess few sparkies would bother training for home network cabling anyway. Fortunately you can generally trust them for power wiring!

 

 

 

The reason we are talking about 12-port patch panels is that the 8-port one usually installed in home network cabinets is flat and may not fit the tiny space left for it (and it looks like more than 8 cables). Not sure anything will fit, so sparkie may need to measure the space before buying a patch panel.





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  Reply # 1614939 20-Aug-2016 21:35
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agre:

Many thanks for all your help with this. I have provided a summary of your recommendations to the electrician to hopefully fix it. I am in Tauranga so not sure who would be the best person to get in but will see if sparky is able to correct this situation first up.


I cover Tauranga area if you don't succeed with the electrician.




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