Assuming those wires are connected to the back of the faceplate, all they do is supply the extensions. If you don't want extensions working, just disconnect them all.
If you want extensions working, you need to look inside the extension sockets and see what feeds them. Blue/white with white/blue is a pair and should feed one. If the extension has T2 white/blue and T5 white/orange that is a "split pair" and screws things up. T5 should be blue/white. (See later re IDC/Krone tool).
The orange with white bands may be a ring/bell wire - should be on T3 in the extension as well. Just disconnect it at the master, and at the extension if you wish but that theoretically isn't necessary.
Probably remove the white/orange from the NTE5 faceplate T5. That simply should not be there unless it goes to T5 of a second extension. Can cause mayhem. If you can't remove it without removing the blue/white I'd be tempted to cut it as near the terminal as possible, as re-fitting the blue/white should really be done with an IDC/Krone tool. If it does go to a second extension T5, then the orange/white in T3 may need to be in T2 to feed T2 of the extension. It depends if both blues are from one cable and both oranges from the other. If they are mixed it's a right mess and should be as I just described.
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Edited by RobertoS (Mon 09-Sep-13 23:20:38)