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Here is Mr. Resnick telling AT&T's Mr. Bunse that my March 2, 1998 outage was caused by a copper termination job. (What is that, anyhow? I asked for an explanation of "copper termination job", but according to Mike Bunse at AT&T, Resnick would not return calls.) But I have a transcript of the call in which I reported the March 2 outage. An AT&T operator had Pacific Bell technicians run a loop test while I waited, and she told me the test showed the outage was due to a cable failure. Whom would you believe?
As for the
"subsequent" reports, on which they worked "jointly,"
I think Resnick must be referring to the March 7 test
record. I wanted tests made by someone
other than Pacific Bell, and this test by AT&T occurred. The technician
tested the 2-pair buried drop, which was still there even though Pacific
Bell had replaced it with a 5-pair buried drop when they removed their
DAML from my house. It was found to be okay. Although at first Pacific
Bell said the 2-pair buried drop was not the problem, in February (three
months after the DAML and 2-Pair buried drop were replaced with the 5-pair
buried drop) they changed their story to say the 2-pair buried drop was
intermittently faulty. I believe they
just keep trying to divert attention from the cables under the street.
But the fact is, the 2-pair buried drop cannot have been the cause of
it all, because I continued to get documented cable-failure
outages after it was disconnected in November 1996, and I still get
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