Rotary Dial Phone Revival – 4 – Final


This is the next and final step after dealing with the headset a few weeks ago.

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Rotary Dial Phone Revival – 3 – The Headset


This is the next piece of work after step 2 that dealt with the ringing bells, and now it’s time to look into the headset and how we can connect this to the new brain of the phone.

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Rotary Dial Revival


I know it’s been a long time since my last post, but hey, at least I have an excuse…Β  he’s 2 and a half and knows no rest or the meaning of the phrase “staying still” πŸ™‚

This is (hopefully) only the 1st part of a series, based around this ’70s Rotary Dial Phone from Eastern Europe. I inherited it from my grandad when he passed away a couple of years ago. This is the same phone that I remember from when I was a kid and would play with at my grandparents’ house… ok, ok, I’ll stop here with the nostalgia πŸ™‚

So I can personally confirm it’s at least 35 years old, but probably more like 40 or 50. Most importantly it has quite a sentimental value for me, which means I have to be careful what I do with it !

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