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Removing The Finger Wheels

One of the most common questions I get asked about is how to remove the clear plastic finger wheels from the rotary dial telephones. Often people break the finger wheels in an effort to remove them in order to change a telephone number or maybe even to put a small photograph under the plastic wheel. Removing the finger wheel is a very simple procedure that involves nothing more than a small paper-clip or maybe a safety pin. There is a very nice web site entitled Bell System Memorial that is dedicated to the history of the Bell System and the telephones that were made for the Bell System. There is an endless amount of information that can be gleaned from this excellent site. Take a moment to check out the site. Not only will one be able to learn about removing finger wheels, but a multitude of other telephone related history and information. By the way, there is also a step-by-step instruction for removing metal finger wheels as well. As always, thanks for stopping by Vintage Rotary Phones!

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