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Re: Physically Protecting The Local Loop Network?

Rich Greenberg (
Thu, 29 Dec 2005 23:42:44 UTC

In article <>, Steven Lichter
<> wrote:

> Rich Greenberg wrote:

>> I also had one of those many years ago. I didn't have the bell box
>> that was normally used with it, so I took an induction coil from
>> another phone (probably a 300 series) and wired it up. Worked fine.
>> That was 6 houses and 40+ years ago, and I have no idea where it is
>> now.

> Using that phone without its ringer box causes load on the line, low
> voice and such, the box has an induction coil.

You are correct, but note that I did wire it with an induction coil.

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