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Pay Phone Log Books

 Pay Fone Log Books

 Pay fone log books are stored inside the pay fones, behind the coin system.
 I have come across 4 different types of log books, they are all basically
 the same. The older Telecom ones dont have any technical support numbers
 on the front, which the newer Telstra ones have (theyre are 3 varieties of
 this type.. two new Telstra ones, with different numbers, and one that is 
 a transision between Telecom and Telstra.. it has Telecom written with the
 rectangle and oval 'T').

 The logs are records for when and why the payfone was opened (when a payfone
 is opened, they dial a number, which i guess is a database which also logs
 the above information). All the logs are set out in the same fasion:

    Date of |  Insp (I)  |   Fault   |  Repairs / Remarks  |   Techs
     Visit  |  Fault (F) |  TR CODE  |                     |  Initials

 Date of Visit, is the full date (day/month/year). Isnp(I) Fault (F) is
 inspection of fault.. i have also seen a 'C' written here (very rare). 
 Fault TR CODE is a code such as 'NTN', 'COS', 'CAB', 'COJ' i would say this
 is where on the payfone the actuall fault occured. Repairs / Remarks are
 such comments as 'TKMBZ', 'New MPP installed', 'LCD adjust', 'TCNNN', 
 'TKBBY', 'Vandalized', '40c Upgrade', and 'Coin Funnel Blocked'. 
 Tech Initials are actually a number.. ive seen numbers from 7 to 681'.

 The inside cover of the logs are all basically the same, except for the old
 Telecom ones, they contain less details:

 <Inside Front Cover>

 Switch No...

 Circuit Breaker Location...


 MDF Location...


 Cable Details...

 Installer...			Date...

 Creditphone I.D. No...		Tran$end...

 Data Line No...		POSFME...

 Other Installation Deatils (site sketch, IDF/MDF details etc.) 
                                      ....see inside back cover

 <Inside Back Cover>

 Installation Details
 Please include details to help future location of power, telephone, and 
 earth wiring, and local contact people if necessary.

 MDF/IDF Details...

 Other Information...

 Site Sketch...

 I have rarely seen a pay fone log book deatils fully filled out.. most of
 them just have the cabinet no. and switch no. filled in. I have come across
 a new printing of a log book which contains a whole extra page (wow!! ;) 
 with MPP repair codes and Action Codes:
 <First Page>
 MPP Repair Code List and Action Codes

 Code Description		   | Code Description
 00_ Payphone			   | 91_ Telephone exchange
 10_ Version Change 		   | 92_ Network Cable
 11_ Handset			   | 94_ Distribution frame
 12_ Keypad Mechanical Part	   | 95_ Indoor installation
 13_ Keypad Printed Circiut	   | 96_ Outdoor, without speciffics
 14_ Keypad Rubber Pad		   | 99_ Self Repair
 15_ Redial push-button		   |
 16_ Ceramic Buzzer		   |
 17_ Display glass		   |
 18_ Upper compartment lock  	   |
 19_ Hookswitch (ensemble)	   |
 21_ Logic Electronic Unit	   |
 22_ Display Electronic Unit	   |
 23_ Line Electronic Unit	   |
 24_ Wiring			   |-----------------------------------
 25_ Opening Mechanism		   | Code Descripion
 26_ Upper Door			   |-----------------------------------
				   | __0 Tests performed successfully
 39_ Other failers - main PCB      | __1 Replaced due to failure
 41_ Coin entry mechanism	   | __2 Unjamming
 42_ Coin deviation push-button    | __3 Adjust / Clean / Other
 43_ Validator			   | __4 Reserved for Future Use
 44_ Escrow E.U.		   | __5 Replace due to intent failure
 45_ Escrow			   | __6 Unjamm. due to intent. failure
 47_ Coin tin passage		   | __7 Adjust / Clean / Other intent fail
 59_ Other failures		   |
 61_ Card failures 		   |
 62_ Reader E.U.		   |
 63_ Charging circuitry wiring	   |
 64_ Reader mounting support	   |        ----------------------
 69_ Other failures - card reader  |        Composite repair Code:
 71_ Saftey device            	   |        ----------------------
 72_ Lower door			   |       2 first digits, device +
 73_ Hinge			   |            3 digit action
 74_ Lower compartment door	   |
 75_ Lower door open		   |             Example: 612
 76_ Coin tin full		   |
 77_ Coin tin stolen		   |            61_ Card Reader
 78_ Coin tin connection board	   |             __2 Unjamming
 79_ Other failures in board	   |

 <Second Page>
 B Service: Tap 1 Telstra SMart Payphone
 Check battery and outstanding alarms
 1. Open and check battery has both switches turned to the on position.
 2. Take handset off hook and press menu button.
 3. From MAIN menu dial 5 then 1. If and outstanding alarms, the terminal 
    will have to be fixed and alarms cleared.
    (NOTE:- Coin collection failure alarms may require for coins to enter the
    tin to ensure the fault condition has been reolved).
 4. If no alarms, press the # button.

 Menu Tests
 1. From MAIN menu enter 4 then 1. "Good Self Testing" should be displayed.
 2. Press # button.
 3. From TEST menu dial 4.
 4. Dial the following numbers in the sequence indicated whilst viewing the
    escrow. 3, 7, 1, 8 (the escrow should move freely).
 5. Dial #.

 MTMS connection and Repair Code Entry
 1. From main menu dial 3, 4, then 1.
 2. Enter 000 or 211 or 100 depending on the fault type.
 o  000 all repairs except main board and software changes.
 o  211 Software changes.
 o  211 Main board change.
 3. Enter # then 1 (the prompt should change from "Waiting for tone", Dialing
    the appropriate MTMS number, "Wait connection MTMS", "Transmitting", 
    "Recieving", then "Correct End of Communications" (this signals 
    succesfull communication).
 4. Replace handset and close door.

 Test call and card debit
 1. Lift the handset off and insert a valid card.
 2. Make a multi metering test call (minimum two meter pulses). Ensure 
    transmitter is muted until third digit is dialled, correct debiting of 
    card takes place, transmission is ok and card is locked in place.
 3. hang up and remove card (listen for card warning tone).

 Coin acceptance and refund test
 1. Insert 2 x 5c, 1 x 10c, 1 x 20c, 2 x 50c, 1 x $1, 2 x $2 whilst ensuring
    correct validation takes place (the last coin should be rejected ad all
    other validated correctly).
 2. Check the coins are refunded correctly and the refund shute is not fowled

 Additional Tests
 Perform additional tests as per local work practices.

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