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#180153 - 08/14/08 09:42 PM Old Transformer & Buzzer  
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I recently found these in a kitchen that I was re-wiring. They are an old box mount transformer and buzzer.

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#180256 - 08/19/08 08:27 PM Re: Old Transformer & Buzzer [Re: Admin]  
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Actually I thought I recently saw the transformer listed in an Edwards catalog but I know for sure that buzzer / bell combo listed as a "buzzabell" ( Edwards cat # I don't remember) is still made.

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