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Hmm. Thought the image would show. However, it is not the POTS splitter, but one that does the opposite, two telephone jacks that become one that you plug into the modem. You can see it here @ cordsplus: http://www.cordsplus.com/pages/telephon ... ories.html Scroll down to an image on the left side of the screen that says "Telephone Multi-Line Adapters Made to Order."
4. If that is what I want, then I am having real trouble finding in Berkeley, though Lasher's said they had the parts and could make one. ISince physical setups vary, this may be the solution.
5. Of the lines that will directly connect to the modem, one is dedicated at this entry point to the modem. The other goes to my husband's office phone. Assume I must add a line conditioner to that phone . . . but how, given the configuration?
I declined the tech assist b/c I thought this would be a breeze. So far it is except for this pesky adapter / line conditioner problem. Any pictures would be especially appreciated! And sorry my screen shot doesn't show.