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Dsl not working

I have done everything that I know of but I can't get the internet to return. I removed the Linksis router, I have flushed the Ip address, I have changed network cables. The only weird thing is that the jack has been ripped open and the inside wiring looks weird. Does anyone have any suggestions

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If the jack looks weird, then you need some with the tool to punch down the jack.
and get a good cable between the modem and the jack.

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