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Dont know how to reinstall all the wires

I had change my cable but decided to go back to my old cable and now i dont know how to reconnect my phone, cable, and internet wires back correctly.

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You will have one RJ11 slot on the router with a Phone symbol
Connect your phone line to it

You will have a RJ45 slot ( a bigger phone cable slot) named ethernet
Connect your internet wires to it

You will have a Round slot to connect the Cable to it
Connect your cable to it

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