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How to convert Novi intercom from house wiring to phone line

I have a pair of Novi 980215 4-channel intercoms that don't work through my house wiring between buildings. I saw a video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3GMqvgQFjU that tells how to convert a similar intercom to send signals via phone line. But my circuit boards are different from the one in the demo so I wonder if you could tell me which wires to cut and splice into.

The AC wire attach to the board at ''W'' and Or''. A red and a black wire come off the board at ''R'' and Bk'' right next to the AC wires. The red and black go to the top of what looks like a transformer. Two yellow wires come out of the bottom of the transformer and connect to the board at ''Y1'' and ''Y2''.

I could post photos on my website if that would help. Do you think you can figure how to wire this for phone line?

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the green an yellow wire is a ground. Look for an area on the board with a ground symbol earth.gif. Can you not match the location from the old board???
Either way the black and red are your positive and negative power, while the third is the ground. The wire probably are located in close proximity to each other.
Let me know if this helps
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