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Recently installed dsl fast service and requested two wall phone filters. Received only one. is it possible to get another one?

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Yes contact them direct or you can purchase filters at radio shack home depot etc

Posted on Jul 20, 2008

  • tom reese Jul 20, 2008

    also request home run which is a dedicated dsl line to modem which eliminates the use of filters in home as the dsl and phone lines are "split" at the network interface device also this allows the dsl to flow more smoothly (tel co doesnt want you to know this!)

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Found this on the VTECH support site regarding your model:

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Caller ID and Call Waiting ID are subscription services, available from most local telephone service providers. You must subscribe to these services in order for the features to work on your phone. Contact your local telephone service provider for more information.

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In most cases, we recommend you connect the plug end of the DSL filter into the telephone jack, then connect a telephone cord between the filter and your phone.

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2. Is this new a new DSL activation of service to your address and has not achieved sync yet?

for 1.
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for 2.
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