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The OpenStage and OptiPoint phones also work with a SoftPhone system called Swyx. However this is not a cheap solution, but I can verify that it works. For the newer OpenStage phones, there is a SIP firmware for them, then you can connect them into any phone SIP based phone system such as Asterisk. I don't know about the OptiPoint devices as we retired them ...


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If you are thinking of using the existing phone wires to pull ethernet cable through the walls, the answer is most likely no. The phone wire is almost certainly smaller, so it will probably be passing through smaller holes. On top of that, it is likely stapled to the framing. That said, fishing new wire through the walls usually isn't that hard if you have ...


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As usual, the best answer is "it depends". Very OFTEN one can, but not always. A 2nd/3rd floor gets problematic unless you have a chase (like a chimney chase, for example) that you could use to route the cable upstairs, or you're OK with stapling new cable along the bottoms of the mopboards/baseboards and down the stairs. Under the edge of a carpet is ideal. ...


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According to the installation instructions for a Hunter Universal Fan & Light Remote Control (Model 27185), the device should be wired as follows. Green/bare from ceiling to green/bare from receiver and fan. Black from ceiling to black (hot) from receiver. White from ceiling to white (neutral) from receiver. Blue from fan to red (light) from ...


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Wire it this way. Connect the green to the ceiling fan's green wires and the bare copper ground wire in the ceiling box. Connect all white wires together. This will be the fans white wire, the fan control white wire and the white wire in the ceiling box. If the fan control does not have a white wire, connect the fan's white wire to ceiling box white ...


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Doing my best to interpret your question: First, call the unit you wire in with the fan the "receiver," since it receives signals from the remote transmitter to control the fan (and usually a light). The instructions that came with your receiver should explain what the "common out" is for. Without more clear information it could either be intended for ...



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