Ah, my Huckleberry friend. A new word for me, I see:
demark: In telephony, the demarcation point is the point at which
the public switched telephone network ends and connects
with the customer's on-premises wiring.
Where I grew up, *everything* was inside the basement of my
parent's house (back east); but out here, in California, most
things are *outside* the house.
I guess the phone demarcation box slipped through the cracks.
PS: If you know anything about those generac boxes, I'd love
to know what the heck they're doing, since they're huge compared
to the size of the main circuit breaker panel for the house.
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