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    XTE-2005 wiring to extensions question??

    This is a discussion on XTE-2005 wiring to extensions question?? within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Thanks. Just out of curiosity what are the wires at 1 4 and 6 then? Will I not lose something ...

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      Re: XTE-2005 wiring to extensions question??

      Thanks. Just out of curiosity what are the wires at 1 4 and 6 then? Will I not lose something ( maybe extension connectivity) if I remove these??


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      Re: XTE-2005 wiring to extensions question??

      1 and 6 used to be used on internal private exchanges as an internal line. 4 was for an earth also on private exchanges. They have no fuction on your extensions.

     

     
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