RJ12 Flat Silver Satin Telephone Line Cord - 6 Conductor - Reverse - 50 FT

Part no. 15-302-050R

6P6C | RJ12 Connectors | Crossed Pinout | Stranded Conductors | PVC Jacket | Standard Line Cord

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Quantity Discount Pricing
1 - 9 10 - 49 50 - 99 100 - 249 250+
$8.99 $8.56 $8.13 $7.70 $7.28

RJ12 Telephone Line Cords - 50FT Reverse Pinned Line Cord

A reverse pinned telephone line cord is commonly used for connecting the phone base to the wall jack. This line cord consists of 6 conductors with a PVC jacket and modular RJ12 connectors at each end. Each conductor is stranded making the cable flexible and easily manageable.


  • Length: 50ft
  • RJ12 to RJ12
  • 6 Conductor
  • Silver Satin
  • Straight pinned
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  • RJ12 6 Conductor Telephone line cord

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    From: Altadena, CA 91001

    8/19/2014    #5992

    PROS: Excellent product
    CONS: None specified
    Gentlemen, Thank you for posting this item in your catalogue. It was just what we needed to connect our phone jack to the HD TV. Excellent product. Fast delivery and well packed. You made it really easy to find what we needed and to purchase the telephone cord. We look forward to visitng your site in the future for additional items. God bless.

Q: Which line cord should I use to plug my phone base into the wall?

A: Newer phones can use a straight or reverse pinned line cord. If you’re unsure of the age of your phone a reverse pinned cord will work with any age phone.

Q: What line cord should be used to connect my modem to my wall outlet?

A: While a standard line cord will work. It is suggested to use a High speed modem cable for added signal integrity.

Q: How can I tell if the line cord I'm replacing is straight or reverse pinned?

A: Place the cable with the latch side down If the color code of the cables is the same on each pin, it is straight. If not, it is reverse. Please see this video tutorial for more instructions

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