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What Should I do before I disconnect my system?


Over the past several weeks we have scheduled service calls for clients, who for various reasons, have disconnected their system and now need to schedule a technician to come out and reconnect the system components. If you would like to save the cost of a service call and are somewhat handy, here are some do it yourself suggestions on how to disconnect and reconnect your system. All you need is some masking tape and a marker. First, be sure the system and all components are turned off. Then, most importantly, unplug all components from the electrical outlets. Then, one by one, disconnect one end of the first cable and wrap a piece of masking tape around the end and number. Then mark the input where the cable was connected with the same number. Repeat with the other end of the cable and then with all remaining cables. When it is time to reconnect your system, connect the cables to the matching inputs before you plug any component into the electrical outlet. Once all of the cables have been connected, plug in all of the AC cords and then turn your system on. To learn more about our company, visit www.wbsouth.com.

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