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Phone wires from house are red and green, phone wires in cover are black and yellow need to reconnect how? thanks

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Red=yellow
green=black

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Phone Jack Wiring Problem


Your apartment is wired for two lines but you are using only one of the two. Your phone jack has red and green terminals for one line and yellow and black terminals for the other (old color codes). The four wires coming in to your apartment are actually two lines: orange/white and white/orange plus blue/white and white/blue (new color codes). One of those lines is active. Connect the orange/white wire to the red terminal and the white/orange wire to the green terminal. Plug in your phone and listen for a dial tone. If no tone, disconnect the first line and connect the second pair of wires. Listen again. DO NOT CONNECT ANY WIRES TOGETHER. Just follow the steps above. If you still don't get results, the phone company may not have activated your connection

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The 612 system required 3 pairs per phone. Every 3 pairs on the 25 pair cable would be one station. A modern 6 conductor jack would be wired according to the label. If you have jacks with Green,Red,Black,Yellow,White, and Blue wires, then it's wired as follows.
W/Bl - Green
Bl/W - Red
W/Or - Black
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W/Gr - White
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I need the color code for phone cables. 25 pair up to 1800 pair. I need to splice it.


white/blue
white orange
white green
white brown
white slate
red blue
red orange
red green
red brown
red slate
black blue
black orange
black green
black brown
black slate
yellow blue
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If your speaker button doubles as an in-use-indicator , You most likely have a reverse polarity, This is not usually a problem because the phone will work either way, This only happens with some systems, Check your wall jack for Red and Green wires. The Jack Red Wire should be (Depending on your house wiring) attached to a Red, Blue, or Bluewhite wire and the Green should be attached to a Green, White/Blue stripe, or White/blue striped. Yellow and Black was intended for line 2 but may have been used instead. I hope this helps you

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I opened the phone jack and found a continuous wire ( uncut ) coming into the jack and going out. Inorder to install a phone jack do I cut the wire and then wire it up via color codes? The outlet is in a...


Well if the house is built in the 70's the cable is old 2 pair wire, meaning that there are 4 coloured wires (red, green, yellow, black). If you cut the sheathing off (Carefully without cutting the cables) you can see the colours of the cables.
The first pair of wires to use are the Red and Green. The second pair of wires to use are the Yellow and Black.
If you hook up the red/ green wires to a voice jack, these cables might possibly be hooked up to the main telephone terminal (usually found downstairs) and you will have telephone service to the jack.
But not knowing where the cables are attached to this is hard to say.
Might be alot easier if you call in your telco provider to get them to install this jack.
Good Luck.

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How do I remove the wires from an existing wall phone jack and then rewire to a new jack


pop the front cover off write down witch color wire goes to witch letter on the plastic change to same, most phones line need two wires green and red, but 4 are hooked up black and yellow, for a second line, hook them all up just in case the other wires had a problem and the phone company switced to the other two

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vtech is usually one of the best phones. I always buy vtech or uniden. I would suggest brand new battery. an old battery that isn't holding charge will goof up the phone. Sometimes phones to go after awhile. Like uniden, they have some good models and their bad ones.

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Phone line/phone jack problem


The wiring on the jacks is set up for a 2 line phone.

If you take the jacks apart, you will see either:
A) red, green, and black, yellow
B)white blue/blue white and white orange/orange white

You need to swap the pairs.
If there are red/green/black/yellow wires. remove the yellow/black and move them to where the red/greens are. Then put the red/green wires, where the yellow/black used to be.

OR, you need to swap the orange and the blue wires.

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