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Anonymous_
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Re: [OOL] Legal Two Family Apartment

said by richieace:

In a legal two family apartment and both tenants have separate cable accounts, would Cablevision run two lines to the home or just one?

Rich

Time wanner Cable added a 2nd line here they had to use RG11 cable since it's a long run 200-300ft. The main house had a run from the pole in the back yard. that pole is about 500ft from where the 2nd drop is so it was ideal to run a new line from the closer pole.

said by frdrizzt:

said by richieace:

If Cablevision shutoff the online service of the second tenant would that disrupt the online service of the other tenant with only one cable drop to the home?

Thanks

If home 1 and home 2 share a drop, and home 2 canceled cable service, you can almost guarantee that the drop will be disconnected & home 1 would lose service until someone comes out to reconnect it (they can submit a "go back" request for the completed job on that account). However, it's easier for all parties involved going forward if each has their own drop, especially if the equipment is not near each other.

THIs is not ture

A retarded contractor disconnected the wrong line. we got a month credit out of it though »[TWC] dumb TWC contractors

the RG6 line was damaged( "messenger wire" was damaged) so much they had to run a new line it dropped, about 8ft off the ground
but they did upgrade it with rg11. because it had a larger/stronger "messenger wire" since our area has high winds


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said by Anonymous_:

THIs is not ture

A retarded contractor disconnected the wrong line. we got a month credit out of it though »[TWC] dumb TWC contractors

the RG6 line was damaged( "messenger wire" was damaged) so much they had to run a new line it dropped, about 8ft off the ground
but they did upgrade it with rg11. because it had a larger/stronger "messenger wire" since our area has high winds

I had the same thing happen to me in a single-family residential area. We have underground utilities and the contrator cut the wrong cables in the pedistal when my neighbor dropped cable and went to satellite. They sent someone out that day to fix it and gave me a credit for a couple of days.

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What part of that is not true? The probable accidental disconnect or the go-back that can be submitted from the job set up on the account scheduled to be disconnected?