I wish to install BT telephone extension socket in our study. We currently have one socket in the living room and one upstairs. I haven't checked yet which is the Master.
Anyway, I want to do this by properly wiring it in.
So some questions:
1. I'm going to get a faceplate which has a built-in ADSL filter for simplicity. Now, what sort of "box" do I need to sit behind this? I presume I will have to cut into the wall if I want to mount this without it sticking out a lot. What helps keep it in place once installed? If I decide to just stick the box on the wall, what keeps _that_ in place?
2. If the socket upstairs is an extension it will be easiest to run a second extension from that. I'll chekc whether the existing one is crimped or screwed. Either way, what's the best way of running the wires? Some form of joining block? Will this joining block fit in the box along with everything else?
Hmm, that's actually it for now, my Google searches have answered the rest for me so far.
Thanks in advance,