Question about Lands Phones
This may be your lucky day :-) If your MM is an early ATC model, you might be able to just REVERSE the red and green wires on the jack or base cord. Usually, the touch tone pad will make a little pressing sound but no tone comes out. Early TT pads were polarity sensitive and that's what we used to restrict dialing (yeah, remember phones USED to be hardwired into the jacks). Anyway, try that first. If the pad is really dead, you can probably order a replacement one for about $20, the labor and instructions to replace it will probably double or triple that.
If you find that it is not just polarized, pry up the faceplate and read the number on the side of the tone pad and post it here. It's probably a 35xxxxEPG or A!. I think I have a couple of those and the wiring diagram here.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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