Nasty cable fails: Photos

Oct. 9, 2020
We'll just let the pictures do the talking.
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Some of the nastiest ICT cabling fails you'll ever see are regularly collected from far and wide at Reddit's social media sub-communities for r/Cablefail and r/Cablegore. We'll just let the pictures do the rest of the talking...

"Cablers pulled copper over existing fiber jumper." -- Reddit/Cablefail OP: u/jongaynor
Send your must-see cabling photos to [email protected].
About the Author

Matt Vincent | Senior Editor

Matt Vincent is a B2B technology journalist, editor and content producer with over 15 years of experience, specializing in the full range of media content production and management, as well as SEO and social media engagement best practices, for both Cabling Installation & Maintenance magazine and its website CablingInstall.com. He currently provides trade show, company, executive and field technology trend coverage for the ICT structured cabling, telecommunications networking, data center, IP physical security, and professional AV vertical market segments. Email: [email protected]

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