"The phone is a remarkably complex, simple device, and very rarely ever needs repairs, once you fix them." - Dan/Panther
Started by Ktownphoneco, December 08, 2018, 03:28:34 PM
Quote from: Ktownphoneco on December 08, 2018, 03:28:34 PMGood afternoon all .... Attached are two N.E. schematics for a Type 34-A-11 Post Pay Paystation, and a Type 181 Prepay Paystation. Both schematics came out of an old technicians field manual originally printed by the former Maritime Telegraph & Telephone Company in the Province of Nova Scotia on the east coast. The original pages in the manual are in poor condition and printed on newsprint paper. I know there is obvious bleed through of printing and diagrams from the other side of the pages, but I've done my best to retrieve as much detail as I could. Increasing contrast to get rid of the ghost images from the other side of the page, tends to make circuit lines on the drawings disappear. I have retraced a good number of the conductors in the circuits as it is. More drawings will follow once I've had a chance to improve image quality. Schematics have been sent to the TCI Library. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.Jeff LambAttn: Moderator - I know we have a topic heading for schematics / wiring diagrams, but since we also have a large section of coin collectors, I thought it might be best to include payphone schematics under the payphone category, rather than lumped in with schematics in general. If I were hunting for a payphone schematic, I'd look in the payphone category first. Perhaps an additional subsection under Payphones entitled "Payphone Wiring Diagrams" might be warranted. ...... J.L.