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Old 08-18-2009, 07:44 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a source for 4 wire telephone splice connectors/IDC type? I'm working behind an electrician that apparently did not understand the "home run" concept. He ran a UTP to the the first telephone jack and ran two wires from that location to other outlets. I have to use a keystone jack at this first location so the jack can only accept one wire. I really don't want to strip and crimp with an insulated crimp but that's looking like the only option right now.

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If you don't mind buying online you might try here, http://www.onestopbuy.com/

Don't know if they'll have what you're looking for, but they've got a lot.

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I would just twist the wires together and tape them. It's just phone...
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Do these need to accept 4 wires or are you just splicing a 4 wire cable?

Scotchlock makes UR3 connectors that should work for what you want but they only accept 3 wires.
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I would just twist the wires together and tape them. It's just phone...
it's not wise to think this anymore. DSL is so common that you should consider the possibility that the line may be used for a DSL connection.
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Do these need to accept 4 wires or are you just splicing a 4 wire cable?

Scotchlock makes UR3 connectors that should work for what you want but they only accept 3 wires.
I have the three wire Ideal ones. I would have needed four wire ones for what I intended to do. But, I ended up using a regular wall plate that had screw terminals. I was able to land all three wires on the screws and everything worked out.

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