I Am REALLY SORRY for this inexcusable delay!
I appreciate the diagramQUESTIONS
"Ground added from within building usually to a cold water pipe where the pipe enters the building. An alternative is the building ground at the electrical supply panel"
There is a "wire" (Grey, looks like a phone line) running from ?Tar paper" (I could tear the "tar paper" down) at the exterior wall (*could* be coming from the location that the BW enters building.) to the water meter.
1. Is this the same theory as what I should have now?
2. Could the wire be telephone wire related?
(Bell Canada techs *ignored* it.)
3. Should I take photos?
"Wireless TV boxes may be affected by the area where you live. If your area has many wireless users, there may not be enough spare (unused) channels to prevent signal drop outs"
I though FIBE was supposed to be safe from this?
(According to Bell)
"... Wireless phone systems are available with a wired base unit and 5 wireless phones ..."
said by RickStep:
While network switches can be bought at almost any computer store and cable TV splitters can be bought from The Source (Bell Canada owned) or Home Depot and other stores, hpna splitters may need to be purchased online.
One company that sells Holland devices is online at www.techtoolsupply.com.
The link for Holland hpna splitters is here:
»www.techtoolsupply.com/SearchRes ··· plitters
Thanks - I have
to shop online)