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    Posted 11 years ago

    Rickster
    (6 items)

    This Was found in Our Highschool. Part of the old section. Can anyone help me out? What is it and whats it worth?

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    1. TheGateKeeper TheGateKeeper, 11 years ago
      If those are momentary switches on the top my guess is that it is some sort of signaling device such as a bell to begin and end classes. If so it predates electromechanical programmable devices. Do you know how many classrooms were in the old school?
    2. BENDATI, 9 years ago
      It seems to be a resistor box ,removing the knob resistor is inserted.
    3. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 9 years ago
      Rickster, You have a telegraph resistor board, the number are for the amount of resistance you want to add to a line. The resistor boards have a value of $25.00 and up.

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