green wires

green wires

Physical wires soldered between wire traces on a prototype circuit board. The more green wires found on such a board, the more errors found in the original printed circuit design. See wire trace.
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These bare copper or green wires are technically called the "equipment" grounds to keep them distinct from the neutral (white) wires, which are also grounded at the main panel.
Temporarily fasten the spade lugs at the ends of the red and green wires coming from the modular jack connected to the phone to the yellow and black posts on the wiring block.
In the United States, they are always the red and the green wires, but internationally you will have to test them.
Unless they were miswired (often the case - even by pros) your (single-line) phone system runs through the red and green wires. One is a negative "hot" wire, and the other is a positive ground, but polarity is irrelevant when it comes to modern phone systems.
(When modern electronics was young, we experimenters wired a pair of auto-type fuse holders into the red and green wires of the phone line.