This phone is now hooked directly into the phone company's network. Just think of all the conversations that your gram had on it, over the years. Remove the jack from the wall, noting which colored wires are hooked up to the terminals so you can match them to the new one. If the wiring is done properly, this is your Line 1. I have only one telephone line, and 3 phones. Part of the fun in visiting her was getting to see all the old stuff. Do you think that is my problem? Modular jacks Two gotchas when buying modular jacks.
Phone wires carry low-voltage electricity, but you probably already know better than to do your wiring barefoot on a wet floor, for example. Some have the red wires on the right on the modular plugs, some on the left. Is there a way to test the phone line? I stripped it back to a new spot and still no dial tone. I tried to switch the face plate with a working one. If you're running Cat 5 cable, you'll need to make the appropriate color conversions. Again, check all your connections carefully.
She says I need to wire my jacks to the Modem. One phone jack is located in the bedroom next to mine. My cable appears to have a solid color next to the same color with white hashes. I just bought a Polycom phone which is an analog speaker phone only for my office. Guys who love what they do for a living and are succeeding in doing it, already have an abundance of happiness.
To make it more fun, I connected a 9v battery to the phone, and had tones. You should have gotten about 2-3 of them for all the other jacks in the house. However, it looks as though in the telstra box outside, the orange and white line is connected. The other, with black, red, green white. I've been hooked on comm since. I would like to know how would I go about doing that? I have looked in my hills home hub and the blue and white wire are connected from the cable outside.
Red is still red, green is still green. I think I hear your phone ringing. Just need 1 pair 2 wires just tie down to the green tip and red ring to the green red which would be for 1 dial tone. There are two cables and they each have these color wires how do I hook them up? However, if you'd like to say thanks, you're welcome to buy me a beer. Topology There isn't any one right way to plan your house wiring. Hi we tried to install an new jack in a bedroom, it seemed to work but lost the phone in the living room, we have one other phone that does work in another bed room, it is now the only phone to work. I can't be a free help desk for the nation.
Depending on the setup in your interface box, you may be able to attach a phone jack to it, then connect it to the leads on the interface box to make it a working phone. I once had a deadbeat landlord who I didn't even bother approaching when I needed a second line installed. Only 1 can be plugged in at a time between those 2 rooms. I had another old wall phone downstairs that was wired properly so I dragged that upstairs and compared the guts. If you hear the blowing amplified in your ear, the phone is electrically connected. After a lot of searching I have found no information on this old three wire connection. You are prepared and squared-away-Ajay.
This house was once used for a business so there are many cables that go into the outside box. My phone still works in fact I used to think maybe my phone was tapped because I could here dogs barking and other noises. Guys who hate their jobs or careers, also have to work on getting a better job in addition to improving their success with women. Thanks again for the guidance my brother. Also, never work on a phone line during a thunderstorm, since lightning can travel down the wire causing serious injury. I have replaced the living room phone jack once, and it worked for a week, but now it quits again. Next, open the cover on the user side, determine which colored wires were hooked up in the interface box, then use the same colors on the jacks.
The color coding conventions for this kind of wire are as follows: There's also six-strand wire, which is the same as eight-strand wire with the brown pair left out. Now, if wireless seems a little too fancy or involved, there's nothing wrong with sticking to the tried-and-true 3. The phone now holds court in the living room. A few years ago I used a second line for my computer. I have a newer home, about five years old or so I think it has the six wire interface box since I have three separate phone lines. Bluetooth also introduces some additional data compression, so it's possible to lose a bit of quality unless the.