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Old cablecom receiver

Does anyone know what I should do with an unused cablecom box? The contract for it was not in my name and I don't want to contact the person who was on the contract (an ex)
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Drop by the Cablecom offices and drop it off?
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I will buy it from you. I have a Cablecom contract and would like a second TV in the bedroom. Please send me a PM with bank details, and how much you want for the set top box and postage.
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Re: Old cablecom receiver

Guys, does anyone know (or can check promptly) if the receiver box has RJ-11 socket?
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Guys, does anyone know (or can check promptly) if the receiver box has RJ-11 socket?
Assuming you mean the new Thomson Modem/Wireless router, then yes, it has 2 VOIP/RJ11 sockets.

There is now a new support forum at Cablecom for these kind of questions

http://community.upc-cablecom.ch/
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Re: Old cablecom receiver

No, I meant the Cablecom TV receiver box...

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Assuming you mean the new Thomson Modem/Wireless router, then yes, it has 2 VOIP/RJ11 sockets.

There is now a new support forum at Cablecom for these kind of questions

http://community.upc-cablecom.ch/
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No, I meant the Cablecom TV receiver box...
Why would you want RJ-11 on a TV receiver ?

(The Cisco 2nd gen TV receiver does not have an RJ-11 socket)
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Re: Old cablecom receiver

I've been trying to figure out a cheap way to use remote through the wooden cabinet my receiver is in, have found this option:
http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B002...A3JWKAKR8XB7XF
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I've been trying to figure out a cheap way to use remote through the wooden cabinet my receiver is in, have found this option:
http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B002...A3JWKAKR8XB7XF
Probably best to spend a few francs more and get an IR extender.
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Re: Old cablecom receiver

Thanks, but spending 100 francs on it is what I have been trying to avoid. I only need it for one component...
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Thanks, but spending 100 francs on it is what I have been trying to avoid. I only need it for one component...
How about 25CHF ?

Or if you can engineer a hole into you cabinet, 12CHF
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Re: Old cablecom receiver

Great, thanks! Found the same product on Amazon.de:
http://www.amazon.de/s/ref=nb_sb_nos...ngen&x=10&y=18

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