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Old 23rd Jun 2021, 3:33 pm   #21
Dave Moll
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Default Re: "Duck" telephone

Originally Posted by hamid_1 View Post
You may get another one with a different fault and be able to make one good one out of two.
In fact I did precisely that. I received today one that was in working order except that "the phone rings but too quietly, also the volume is quiet". This turned out to be that the receiver inset (2" 100Ω speaker) was faulty, so I swapped out the one from the original and the new one is now fully working.
Mending is better than Ending (cf Brave New World by Aldous Huxley)
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