I can identify where two of the wires go (the blue and the white with a blue strip go in the center of the plug) but replaceing them doesn't give me phone service. I'm sure that one or more other of the wire need to be attached (there sre spaces for four of them), but I don't know which ones or where to attach them. My modem is an Arris, and I'm bundled with Bresnan Communications.
Re: The telephone wire got pulled out of my modem.
Those should be the only two wires that need to be attached for dial-up (coming from an electrician's son) but for DSL or cable, you should be using an Ethernet cable with the wire colors from the bottom of the connector and left to right with the wire facing down in the order (Orange-White, Orange, Green-White, Blue, Blue-White, Green, Brown-White, Brown). Hope this helps!
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Modern wiring, if you have broadband, only uses two wires.
They consist of the A leg and the B leg. The A leg is connected to connexion 2; the B leg to connexion 5.
Other connexions are concerned with earth (usually for party lines) and ringing (for telephones not on an ADSL line--telephones on ADSL get their ringing current derived from the flter). These other two wires should now be disconnected as they can cause noise.
The wires are in pairs, the blue on white has a pair, which has a little white on blue; the orange on white's pair is white on orange.
It sounds as though the blue pair are the A and B leg, and should be connected to 2 and 5.
Check on another telephone socket (it should be wired exactly the same).
a POTs (plain old telephone) line should never be connected to a router. that adsl filter does not make a phone line share a data line.
ADSL is a type of internet service supplied over a phone line. think of it as raw (unusable) when its on the phone line. then you use your dsl filter/splitter to feed the raw internet into a special dsl modem and the other port can be used by a standard phone.
you will know a dsl modem when you see it because its uplink or internet port will only be big enough to fit a phone cord into, not an internet cord. these dsl modems then feed usable internet to your routers and all devices on your network. but, like i said before, at this point it is too late for your phone and internet to share the same wire.
OK, thats not entirely true
pin out of RJ45 internet
1,2,3+6 are used in a typical network
if your network is typical you can "get fancy" and use 4,5,7+8 for telephone or even put 2 data lines on the same wire (not recommended for long distances). however, this may involve cutting some wires and splicing them together or something.
In "phone technician talk" the BLUE pair is #1 (pair), the ORANGE pair is #2 and GREEN is #3. This is standard telephone wire in the USA. If you live in the USA and you have one telephone line in your home, the Blue pair (One wire will be blue with a white stripe and the other will be white with a blue stripe) is where the dial tone should be. (This is practice, NOT LAW) Again, if you are in the USA, this wire should terminate in a RJ-11 (common name) box fastened to the wall. Your telephone device should have a modular plug connection (also commonly called a RJ-11) which should fit into the telephone "Jack".
What should you do? If your situation is described above, plug the phone into the jack. If the RJ-11 is damaged, purchase a new wire and install it into the telephone. Strip about 1/4 inch of insulation from the first pair. Put the hand set to your ear, touch the wire to the blue pair on the back of the jack (inside might be a good word here) If you hear dial tone, yo have made the connection. Loosen the screws and attach the wires. If yours does not have screws but rather little slices of metal to attach the wire to, you can purchase the special tool for this at the BIG box store for a buck or two. OR ... you might make the connection with a pair of needle nose pliers. Be aware, if the phone rings while you are doing this, the ringer operates at 60 volts and you will get a tingle. How to avoid that? Do you have a second telephone in the house? Take it off the hook which will make the line busy so it cannot ring.
If you are not in the USA, similar principles apply, touch the wires together until you get a dial tone, make the connection using what ever device is approved in your country. Once you find the dial tone, take the second phone off the hook so you will not get shocked if the phone rings.
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This is the wiring codes 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck Car Radio Stereo Wiring Diagram
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Pink Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Brown/Red Car Radio Ground Wire: Black/Dark Green Car Radio Illumination Wire: Orange/Dark Blue Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Stereo Antenna Trigger: N/A Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: Dark Green/Red Car Stereo Amplifier Location: Located behind the glove box. Car Audio Front Speakers Size: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Green Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Red Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Violet Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Blue/Red Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: N/A Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: N/A Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown/Yellow Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Light Blue Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue/White Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Blue/Orange
The wires/colors in a category 5e cable run in pairs. They should be tightly twisted together, mostly white with a blue tracer. mostly blue with a white tracer- mostly white with an orange tracer- mostly orange with a white tracer, mostly white with a green tracer- mostly green with a whte tracer, and mostly white with a brown tracer- mostly brown with a white tracer.The jack you have sounds like a standard telephone or cat. 3 jack. If the jack is being used for a standard telephone line, you'll need to connect one of the wire pairs(usually the white/blue pair) to the green and red terminals on the jack.Make sure that the same pair is also terminated at the main telephone junction.
i have a 2003 monte carlo and the wires came out of the plug under the seat. im trying to put them back in so my seat will be able to work. there are 12 wires that make up 6 connections. i need to know what wires go together. the wires are red with blue strip, red with green strip, red with white strip, yellow with blue strip, yellow with green strip, yellow with white strip, light green, green, peach, blue, light blue, and yellow.
dialtone should go on the green and red wires of the jack for 1 line service, yellow and black for a second line.
Depending on the type of wiring that your dealing with the color code can change. if your wiring has white wires with little dashes of color on them then the code is:
green = white/blue (mostly white with blue dashes)
red = blue/white (mostly blue with white dashes)
black= white/orange (mostly white with orange dashes)
yellow= orange/white (mostly orange with white dashes)