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joejonsme Posted - 05/10/2018 : 06:38:42 AM
Hi,

I have a internet wall socket (rj45) that I think needs to be wired properly. As I moved a fish tank close to it I dropped the tank light and shortly after we discovered we lost internet and phone connection. I think the light ripped out either 1 or 2 wires from a separate cable that was fed into the back of the rg45 wall socket.
The question is how do I know which of the 4 wires on the separate cable need to be wired to rj45 wall socket?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

Thanks
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tctechsys Posted - 10/04/2018 : 08:22:20 AM
I'd check out https://www.tctechsystems.com/ if you keep on experiencing this problem.

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