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Fibre optic cable

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The five optic cable to my house has become exposed on a public footpath. Public are walking over it and riding bikes over it. How can this be fixed please as I am worried it will cause injury.

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If it’s on a public footpath report it to the local council. They will soon chase VM to get it fixed.


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Hi @Dunbar2021 

 

I'm going to private message you to collect a few more details and get this reported for you. Please keep an eye on your inbox.

 

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The original drop line has been compramised at sometime by the look of it, as a gel pack connector has been installed to protect the joint in the coax & phone cable. The only remedy for this is a repull to the cabinet & replace the entire line to the property.

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