Type of v1 coiled power cord

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Trying to redo the rj11 connector with the coiled cord that comes with v1 because of the broken clips. Is the wire straight thru or crosswire?
 

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It's a "Bell standard" cable.
Black-Red-Green-Yellow to Yellow-Green-Red-Black
 

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I use to do my connectors but now I just get a replacement cord from V1, just $12 bucks.
 

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He's likely in NZ so the cost is more prohibitive. ;)
 

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Thanks everyone I could have included a v1 cord with my purchase. Since I already got a cripming tool just wanna try to do it myself with the original v1 coiled cord.How hard it can be? I thought the standard phone cord is straight though. remebeted was told by someone that you don't worry about the order of the wire on both end. Good to know it's actually crossover. Is this the right pic of the crossover?
 

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No, That image looks wrong to me. The Bell standard reverses all the colors from one end to the other.

It will be easier if you number the slots on the RJ-11 plug the same whether they have a pin in them or not. 1-6. A 4 conductor cord uses pins 2,3,4,5 of that 6 position plug.

What you want is 2 to 5, 3 to 4, 4 to 3, and 5 to 2.
 

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No, That image looks wrong to me. The Bell standard reverses all the colors from one end to the other.

It will be easier if you number the slots on the RJ-11 plug the same whether they have a pin in them or not. 1-6. A 4 conductor cord uses pins 2,3,4,5 of that 6 position plug.

What you want is 2 to 5, 3 to 4, 4 to 3, and 5 to 2.

Thanks for the explanation. You are right, I just had a look at a telephone cord with 4pin connectors.
 

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