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Field Phones-use & diagnosis
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I'm still active, and has an interest of all kinds of telephones from before they started to use transistors in them. (an know somethng about newer too)

If you have one, not working Ill probably be able to guide you trough the repair or setup. 
Still even when the forum is named something with rotary, http://www.classicrotaryphones.com/forum/ will always be a good place to get help.

I am located in Norway, and have some WWii german field telephones (FF-33) pretty lo cost, but shipping will probably kill a project sending them to the USA.

What is the most reliable field telephones ever made?
I guess the EE-8 and the FF-33 may be on the top. from that period until they started with to much electronics, most field telephones was of a good quality, and only minor things had to be repaired. The best of all - they all work together, or at least almost all Sleepy
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I'm not into field phones but still check in here about once a week or so to see if anything is happening.
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