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You will need a ADSL splitter on any ext phone sockets as well (this porblem plagued us for months even our broadband provider was stumped) we haven't had a problems since
good luck let me how you get on ...

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    (ADSL splitter) sorry i meant a adsl filter it may be the same thing but just in case i thought i would clarifiy

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Try to check your ADSL splitter or change with a new one.

I hope it helps!!!

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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