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Modem to NTL box question

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I just moveed to a new address, taking my modem with me. At my new address there is an NTL box fitted to the wall, but I don't have the wire that leads from the modem to the wall box and that screws on each end - what is this called and where can I get one from? Expensive?
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If you are referring to the coax that runs from your cable connect to your modem it is not very expensive at all.
I have provided a link with a kit and an example of what it may cost.
Minus the extra parts is this what you were looking for?
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Coax is something you can get in most places its pretty simple although make sure you have the correct port on the modem and more importantly cable service.
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