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Topic # 55892 9-Jan-2010 11:01
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Hi not sure where to post question for this but anyway....


To cut a long story short, kid tripped over cord, ripped wires out of the jack, don't know where they go.
Is the main jack as it took out all phone jacks.  Have no dial tone on phone but managed to get the internet working.  2 grey cables, 1 containing red, white, blue,green and orange wires....have connected red to #1 and white to #3, other grey cable contains red and white......red connected to #4 and white to #6.  There is also a white cable containing orange, white, blue and looks to be blue and white wires, not connected anywhere but tied in a knot from last tenant I guess.  If anyone can tell me where they go it would be very much appreciated. The internet isnt very informative.  Also in my room is another jack, add on, contains white cable with orange, green, white, black, blue and red wires.  If you could tell me where those go also I would appreciate it.


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  Reply # 288388 9-Jan-2010 11:11
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If you have Wiring Maintenance, this sort of thing is repaired free of charge.

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  Reply # 288389 9-Jan-2010 11:15
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The cable with the orange, orange/white and blue, blue/white is most likely for an alarm panel.
Does the phone jack have the number 2 on the front?




 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 288390 9-Jan-2010 11:17
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I would love to get them in to do it but we know how fast they are at getting here, especially in the weekend. So just wanted to try and do myself and know where they go in case they ever get ripped out again. Thank you for the rapid reply



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  Reply # 288394 9-Jan-2010 11:20
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Yes it does have a number 2 on it

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  Reply # 288398 9-Jan-2010 11:33
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tutstah: Yes it does have a number 2 on it


Line pair connects across #2 and #5. If you have a mutimeter this pair will have 48 VDC across it.




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  Reply # 288424 9-Jan-2010 13:08
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I have no idea what line pair is

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  Reply # 289281 12-Jan-2010 14:06
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  Reply # 289406 12-Jan-2010 20:23
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Thanks everyone for your input, is being rectified :)

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