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Outages result in police being called

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Outages result in police being called

I have a Comcast phone line monitored by a security company.  Whenever the Comcast service drops, which happens all too frequently, a "cut line" alert is sent to the security company and the police are called.  Then in-house alarms also go off so I am alerted and can call the security company to cancel the police call.  However, if I should not be home when this happens, the police will break into the house.

 

Obviously, this situation needs to be corrected.  I can switch the monitored line to a Verizon line, but the security company will charge me for a service call.  I shouldn't have to pay for this since it is Comcast's inability to provide reliable service that require the switch (Verizon has never had an outage).

 

Has anybody else had this problem?

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Re: Outages result in police being called

Basically all you have to do is call customer service and explain the situation and ask for a trouble call. This has something to do with the wiring and only a tech can fix.
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Re: Outages result in police being called

This is true.  Most likely there is some kind of problem with the wiring somewhere that could be causing your issue.
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