REFURBISH ANTIQUE TELEPHONES FOR FUN AND HOBBY: Step by step instructions to take an old telephone and return it to its original working order. No electronics or telephone knowledge needed.

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Trafford Publishing, May 27, 2011 - Technology & Engineering - 136 pages
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You don’t need to know anything about electronics or telephones to refurbish your own non-working antique telephone. Simply follow the step-by-step procedures outlined in Refurbish Antique Telephones for Fun and Hobby to make your antique telephone look and work just as it did one hundred years ago. Turn a dust-laden oak wall phone into a beautiful piece of furniture that will serve as the focal point of an office, kitchen, or hallway. Transform a vintage Sultan phone from the 1920s into an instant conversation piece. No confusing circuit diagrams to follow. Just follow the steps given in words to wire the phone. There are loads of pictures to help walk you through the process of restoring your own small piece of history. There are even instructions on how to create a hidden touch-tone dial. All you need to get started are some basic tools and an old telephone. So hit those antique stores and flea markets with abandon, because Refurbish Antique Telephones for Fun and Hobby will help make your next telephone restoration project a success.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
7
CHAPTER 3
18
CHAPTER 4
28
CHAPTER 5
32
CHAPTER 6
40
CHAPTER 7
50
CHAPTER 8
57
APPENDIX A
79
APPENDIX B
84
APPENDIX C
89
APPENDIX D
93
APPENDIX E
97
APPENDIX F
102
APPENDIX G
105
APPENDIX H
109

CHAPTER 9
62
CHAPTER 10
65
CHAPTER 11
69
CHAPTER 12
73
CHAPTER 13
75
APPENDIX J
112
APPENDIX K
114
APPENDIX L
117
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
119
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Ed Mitchell pioneered saltwater fly fishing in the Northeast, and his first book on the subject, Fly Rodding the Coast has become a standard reference. A regular contributor to all the leading fly-fishing magazines and a popular lecturer, he is active in marine conservation.

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