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This phone was made when most phone companies were still using non touchstone systems. When you dial you can hear it simulate an older rotary dial phone. This was how the earliest touch button phones worked. I am not sure the phone company''s systems are still compatible with the rotary systems. Mine does the same thing when dialing out, but receives a call perfectly.
With a flat screwdriver (or similar) pry up the left-hand side of the blade release button. Expand the seam down the side of the lightsaber to get it to release. Inside, there is a metal release that when pressed down releases the blade. It should connect to the plastic button somehow... I got it jammed in the "release" position (so the blade doesn't lock anymore) but that's better than it being stuck in "lock"...
I have the same 1983 Darth Vader phone but mine does not require a power adapter. If you plug in the phone line and push the on/off button you should hear a dial-tone. Mine does have a spot on the back of base to plug in headphones or a microphone, I'm not sure which.