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Phillps 8 pin RJ45 Wall plate wirring Diagram

I also bought the Phillps 100ft roll of cat-5 cable the problem is there is no wireing diragram for the for the wall plate colors on the wall plate are red, white, blue, green, yellow,orange,brown,Dark Blue and the cable colors on the Cable Are Blue and White with a blue line running in with white Green
and Brown, Orange Also like the blue all Colors have a white wire with each having Brown ,Green,Orang streaks on the white wire And so my problem is How do I match up the wiring from cable to the wall plate

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I found some good information on this site:

He lists that the old style wire has become obsolete, and shows a diagram of how they line up to the new style.

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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Take a look at this image:

0d5b58e.jpg Notice that the Line 1 will typically present on pins 3&4 and Line 2 on 2&5. I would think in your case Black/Blue is Line 1 (3&4) and Yellow/Black is Line 2 (2&5).

If you have a 1 line phone and only have 1 line active, then typically blue and blue/white can be connected to the Blue and Black of your Jack. If this doesn't work, switch with the Yellow and Black.

Please let me know if you have further questions. Good Luck!

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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