Question about Bell Lands Phones
I had a minor flood in my basement which got to a phone jack near the floor. Wasn't able to call out without a lot of static initially but that has rectified however I still cannot receive incoming calls. When the line connects there is quite a bit of static. It rings once and then nothing until the call is dropped approximately 11 seconds later. I was hoping when everything dried it would be ok? Can anyone offer some advice? I have a feeling this will be a costly venture.
Yes, the wiring might be fine, but the terminations and jacks that got wet will surely need to be replaced.
If you redo the affected terminals/jacks, it might be fine, but nothing is 100%
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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