Well, simply, the systems don't work the same way.

You can repoint the daisy chain of cable that is in your house to the new
device, but the cables do something different.


On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 6:01 PM, JanW <jw...@internode.on.net> wrote:

> At 05:30 PM 16/09/2016, Narelle wrote:
> >Personally, I like the idea of a simple set of instructions to help you
> >reconnect the wiring to a break "up"/out box that you then plug everything
> >into. Surely given it aint 12VDC any more should mean no-one gets hurt...
> ?
> Thanks for all that, Narelle.
> I just don't understand why they can't put the twisted pair that is
> already strung through the house into the 'box' they are putting in the
> wall where the phone is going to connect. I have four phone points that I
> use and 2 extras just because (a bedroom and the garage).
> Is it about the ringer? The lack or wrong sort of voltage?
> I don't understand why they didn't just engineer the system properly.
> Of course I'll probably never have to worry about it. Just checked my
> address again. Still not on the schedule. No NBN in sight. When did this
> project start?
> Jan
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