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Go here: http://csmedia.corning.com/CableSystems ... 02-326.pdf
It looks like all you have to do is unplug the two Phone wires, using either figure 2 or figure 3 (depending on your Splitter's configuration), for the ADSL/VDSL POTS Splitter.
Then route a phone cord from the Phone port of the Ooma Telo to a house phone jack, and then test.
No, the T & R terminal wires next the the word Phone, shown in your picture.pappyboy wrote:I don't follow, if I unplug the two phone wires in fig 2 or 3 I think you mean the red and green wire, then there will be no DSL service either coming into the house??
You can try a little trial and error. It won't hurt anything. Try removing the T & R terminal phone wires, if you check and don't have have DSL service, you can reconnect them.
It looks like you have the setup where you just push on the button above the wires that you want to remove, and just pull the wires out. Then tape the bare wires so that they don't short.
The test everything after you have connected the Ooma Telo Phone port with a phone cord to a House wall jack.
I forgot to mention that if there were more then one wire in each terminal, that those wires probably go to different parts of the house and need to be connected together to be able to use all of the phone jacks through out your home.pappyboy wrote:Hi Thunderbird, did what you suggested and worked!! Thanks very much for your help.
But first just go around your home with a phone and check all phone jacks and make sure that they all have Ooma dial tone. If they do, you don't have to do any thing else, except maybe tag the removed wires.
Don't do the following step if Ooma Dial tone is found in every phone jack though out your home:
For example if there were two wires going into one terminal, then after taking those two wires out of the terminal, twist them to gether and then tape over them to insulate them from touching anything else. Do the same for the other Phone terminal wires.
The other thing that I usually do is attach a tag to each set of the removed wires with a short discription as to where they came from, so that years later, when someone wants to make so other changes, it makes it easier.