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Maker, Warren Telechron, Inc., Ashland, Massachusetts, USA. Model Type C, 1926, serial no. 7. Page 5.

Restoration page 3. General cleaning and repairs, wood case.

The lower end of the wood case had been exposed to some humidity and so the base plate had some separation. A few of the individual sections as well as the some lower wood panels were loose.

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First the base plate was glued to secure the separated layers.

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All of the loose pieces from the lower end of the case were removed. Then a wood glue was applied to the appropriate areas to secure the loose pieces.

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Multiple clamping operations were employed throughout this process.

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Next the refurbished case feet were secured.

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The first photo is the original condition of the control section, next the refurbished area and last the restored electrical gear installed.

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The tiger oak case is now restored and ready for the movement.

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