Hi gass, low margin is generally not a DSLAM side issue unless everyone on the DSLAM has low margin. There are isolated incidents where you may need a pin change at the DSLAM but most the time it's not the case but as a troubleshooting step, it could most likely be requested dependings on the provider.
It may not be a bad idea to call the provider and compare what your data says vs theirs.
Other reasons for problem with margin may be too far from the DSLAM, it may also be due to the service level you have vs the capacity it could maintain (occupancy).
Other things may be local to you like connecting your modem to a surge protector. Surge protects can insert interferences.Can also be bad wiring...
Anyway, first step is to get your margins normalized (and all DSL stats cleared up) and if things don't work after that then need to look for problems elsewhere.
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