How to replace wall socket for my phone
Category: Family and Home > Home
Asked by: whizhost-ga
List Price: $2.00
08 Jul 2003 12:24 PDT
Expires: 07 Aug 2003 12:24 PDT
Question ID: 226635
I live in Australia and I have a 600 series wall socket for my phone. I want to install the US RJ-11 wall socket (which are fitted in newer homes). Are there any diagrams on the internet showing where the wires fit in to the standard RJ-11 wall socket?
Re: How to replace wall socket for my phone
Answered By: larre-ga on 08 Jul 2003 19:33 PDT
Sure! A basic wiring diagram for a RJ-11 jack can be found at: T-568 and Telephone Color Codes http://yoda.uvi.edu/InfoTech/rj45.htm --Providing-- that Telstra uses the same wiring colors as in the U.S. This seems to be, at least up to present, Telstra proprietary information. You'll also find instructions, advice and wiring diagrams from Phone-Man. There are several Telstra entries in the Guestbook, I'm guessing that the diagrams proved useful. Phone-Man's Home Wiring Advice Page http://www.homephonewiring.com/add-jack.html Answer Strategy Marriage to PacBell Cable Repairman, a classic case of the cobbler's children going barefoot. I had to learn how to wire our own house's telephone jacks. Google Search Terms: rj-11 "wiring diagram" I hope this provides all you need. --- larre
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