Question about Panasonic KX-FHD332 Plain Paper Thermal transfer Fax
I used a phone line tester and it determined that the phone line was reversed.What does this mean and is it a problem because my telephones and computers all work fine.Thank you
The tip and ring (red and green) wires in the phone line are the ones that are used in this instance and there is technically no polarity (+ or -) because the current on this line is AC. Much like household current most device will work no matter which way the plug is inserted. There are polarized plugs which only work one way just to keep everything standard. Long story short: this should not be a problem under normal conditions.
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