How do you wire a telephone junction box?

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To wire a telephone junction box, start by disconnecting the phone service then locate where you wish to put it. Drill a hole into the floor for wiring if the box is a wall mount. Use a wire coat hanger if it is an in-the-wall installation, to run one end of the wire from the crawlspace of the house up into the box. Wire the box by matching the colours on the box with the ones of the wire then screw the box in place. Connect the other end of the telephone wire to the connection box matching the colours of the stripped wires and staple the wire them. Reconnect the main box.
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