Question about Disney (DPH8020C) Corded Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did it start with a modular plug and base cord, or the old style?
One of my 3 is an ATC made about 1982. You may be able to put the green and yellow wires together and the ringer will work. If not, post back and we'll have to open 'er up :-)
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: Have a 1976 Mickey Mouse
This may be something as simple as REVERSING the line wires or a bad tone pad. Some pre 1980's tone pads didn't have polarity guard (EPG) and that's what we used to restrict dialing on touch tone lines (poor man's dialing restriction).
You can open up the jack the phone plugs into and reverse the red and green wires, or open up the phone and do the same thing. If it were my choice, I'd reverse the jack. If that doesn't fix it, pry off the faceplate cover over the dial, read the part number on the right side of the tone pad and post back. I'm sure I have an equivalent in the warehouse (outside of my 2 TT Mickey's) that I can give you a price on.
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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