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Routing telephone cable follows the same steps we followed when placing security and sensor cabling Try and make it easy on yourself by running the wire through an area that is unfinished For example, you could drill a hole in the basement ceiling or attic floor, fish the telephone wire through the wall to the desired location, drill another hole, then finish the job Especially if you do not have a basement or your basement ceiling is finished, it makes good sense to run the telephone wire through the attic Alternately, if you are running wire from one jack to another in the same room, you can hide the wire beneath the baseboard by using a wooden Popsicle stick to press the wire into the crack between the baseboard and the carpeting without damaging the cable
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Flush-Mounted If you want a phone jack installed that is flush to the wall, it is possible, albeit a little more complicated The complication doesn t arise in any new sort of wiring scheme Rather, it has to do with the placement of wire within your home s walls, as opposed to running them along the floors Follow these steps to install a flush-mounted phone jack:
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1 Go to your attic and locate the top plate over the wall where the existing jack is and the top plate for the wall where you want to install the new jack 2 Measure to determine where to drill the holes in the top plates to install the new wire If the existing phone wire is already in the attic, you won t need to drill into the void behind the wall where the existing line is installed, because there should already be a hole there and it ll be easy to locate the top plate
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3 Use a 1/2-inch spade bit to drill into the void behind the wall containing the existing phone jack 4 On the new telephone cable, tie the end in a knot, and feed plenty of cable into the void behind the wall 5 From the room housing the existing jack, remove the junction box for the existing phone jack from the wall, or poke a hole into the back of the junction box You can use a bent coat hanger to retrieve the cable from within the wall, as Figure 12-7 shows, pulling it through the wall or the junction box
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6 For a flush-mounted junction box, use an old-work box and hold it against the wall to use as a template to mark cutting lines on the wall for the new phone jack 7 Using a drywall saw, cut out the hole for the junction box
Don t Worry About a Perfect Cut
Assuming the hole you cut is smaller than the cover plate, the phone jack will overlap the hole, so don t worry about making a perfect cut the cover plate will cover up any imperfections
8 Back in the attic, use a 1/2-inch spade drill bit to drill into the void behind the wall where you want the new jack to be installed
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9 Using the same technique as before, thread the telephone wire into the wall void and fish it out with a bent coat hanger through the hole you just cut 10 Strip the cable and wires as before, then connect them to the new jack
Home-Run
The other way to install a new telephone jack is if your home happens to have a punch-down block This facilitates installing your home s telephone system in a home-run topology If something happens to one of your telephone jacks, the rest of the jacks in the home won t suffer because of it This allows you to change the configuration at any phone jack in the house without messing with the rest of them A punch-down block (also known as a 66 block) is a block that contains 66 connectors in four columns Columns 1 and 2 are connected together while columns 3 and 4 are connected together Punch-down blocks are prewired and are used to feed signals to various telephone cables Punch-Down Tool Punch-down blocks allow you to connect to neighboring posts, which allows for a clean connection The main lines coming into the house will connect to a pair of posts on the punch-down block Then, each column of posts is connected to these posts Each telephone extension in the house is connected to the appropriate posts on the punch-down block To connect wiring to the punch-down block, a punch-down tool is used The
Figure 12-8
Punch-down tool (Photo courtesy Smarthomecom)
tool, like the one shown in Figure 12-8, is used to jam the telephone wire in between the two sides of the post The post pierces the insulation and makes contact with the wire without cutting it 2 MINUTES Connecting to the Punch-Down Block Connecting wire to a punch-down block is fairly straightforward, and another benefit of using a punch-down block:
1 Drape the wire in between the two sides of a post (as Figure 12-9 shows)
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