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I have a TYCO wired Garfield Phone and I can call the phone and it will answer with no problem. When I pick it up to dial out there is a dial tone but as soon as I push any one of the numbers(or even if I push all the numbers), I lose the dial tone and then I get a operator message telling me to "try again, or ask for operator assistance". So it is not dialing out properly. LR40992 is the part number for the pulse dial IC. This particular IC is not getting any power to pin 1 or any of the other pins. Do you know of any telephone schematics that I could possibly get that might help me out to figure out this problem. Or perhaps might you have any ideas? Thank You for taking the time to read this. Jerry W

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  • Jerry Wowk May 29, 2009

    He told me he could not find any schematics to help me. He told me to buy another one over e-bay which obviously does not help me. Please help.

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CLICK THIS LINK DIRECLY .AND GET THE COMPLETE SCHEMATICS OF THIS IC.THERE ARE TOTAL SEVEN pages in the link check out all 1 by 1.

http://www.ic-on-line.cn/iol/viewpdf/lr40992_254232.htm

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I looked all over and could find no schematics or anything to help in repair. But I did find one that works perfectly for $9.00 on ebay. I think its like yours, unless its another TYCO addition. You could use this one for a good working test model and sell when you are done. There were a couple different styles. Hope this helps.

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