Yes, our cable – you know the stuff that brings in television stations, the internet and sometimes even internet telephone – is sick. I’m so sad.
The cable guy came over today. He arrived at about 12 noon. Right away he knew that we had a serious problem. The signal was very very weak … and our channels … *sob* were about to go to digital heaven.
surgeon technician had arrived just in time. He continued to monitor the signal but it continued to be weak. There was a signal in but no signal out – it was … dying. We had sick signal syndrome. Outside he went and he got to work installing a new pacemaker cable box.
It was touch and go for a while. We thought we were going to lose the
patient signal all together. Then, the worst happened. My cable modem red lined! No internet connection at all. The doctor technician went back to the pacemaker cable box and discovered there was a corroded cable connection outside. The wire was replaced.
Finally after three hours, the signal grew stronger and the internet came back online. Our system is still very weak, and needs
medicine a service call to the area to fix the service trunk to strengthen the overall signal.
As long as
the pacemaker whatever he did keeps working we’ll be online and be able to watch and record our favorite shows on the PVR, and then once the medicine kicks in service call is complete we should be out of the woods and back to normal again.
If by chance I disappear for a while, well you’ll know that the
pacemaker cable guys work failed. We’ll be back after the transplant service is restored.
Cross your fingers that everything keeps working!