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Brienza

join:2005-02-08
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Dry loop dsl wiring help to a telephone jack

Hi Guys,

I confirmed synch at the dmark this is the main jack where the synch leads up to. How do I wire this jack which cables go where, I've attached 2 pics of the setup.






morisato

join:2008-03-16
Oshawa, ON
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Well it depends do you have a Pots splitter if so What color wires exit the dsl Portion? ps Super weird looking jack P:) But typically you would connect the White blue to the Green and The Blue/white to the Red From both sets of wires to carry dialtone thru As it is a dryloop Connect Just the one from the basement to Limit Extraneous distance on the Loop.
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Brienza

join:2005-02-08
reply to Brienza

Hi I have no pots spilter so basically i connect 2 wires I use which cord the one on the right side or the one on the left side?


Brienza

join:2005-02-08
reply to Brienza

i tried both pairs wired like you mentioned no dialtone on the jack and no synch on the jack


mactalla

join:2008-02-19
kudos:1
reply to Brienza

Can you post a pic of your demarc?



TSI Martin
Premium
join:2006-02-23
Chatham, ON
kudos:32

I'd agree with Mactalla. Without knowing what wires are being used in the demarc, it will be hard to tell you which ones to use in the main jack.



xbell

@cgocable.net
reply to Brienza

Those are 3 pair cat. 3. As they are not labelled as to the feed try each pair white-blue, white-orange and white-green on the red and green screws. Polarity doesn't matter at this point.

Now if a know it all electrician hooked up the other end at the demarc then chances are the orange and green were used as they don't know colour codes. Try those two on the red and green screws.