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Just a quick question.. i was buying a few of these the other day, ordered them and then got an email saying they were out of stock and then another email a few weeks later saying that they were not being manurfactured anymore and we'd have to re-order something else.

Why have they stopped manurfacturing them and why could they not recoment anything in its place?

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Very vague in details like "of these" and "stopped manurfacturing them" does not convey any information to help you with.

First off, with the limited info, and a guess at your problem, I would ask for a refund immediately. Not a credit, but a refund as they did not deliver as advertised.

Secondly, please read How Power-line Networking Works as I believe there are some alternative products listed.
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Sorry i was in a hurry when i posted previsoulsy.

For the 'of these' i meant to post a link but forgot to add the bb codes :$
And the 'stopped manurfacturing them' was meant to be realted to the link i forgot to post.


They did not charge me as they the company charges when the item is dispatched, and i was just wondering if anyone knows why they are so hard to come across and some places have stopped manurfacturing the units as they seem very popular indeed.

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This site allows you to contact EVERY Power-line Manufacturer: Power Line Product

I don't think it is that hard to come across. It seems there are plenty of sources out there.
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