INDOOR BOOTH KS-19442 DELUXE GLASS

INDOOR BOOTH KS-19442 DELUXE GLASS
BELL SYSTEM PRACTICES
AT&TCo Standard
SECTION 508-204-100
Issue 1, August 1971
INDOOR BOOTH
KS-19442 DELUXE GLASS
1.
GENERAL
Information in this section was formerly
contained in Sections 508-231-100 and 508-231-300
which are hereby canceled.
1.01
The KS-19442 deluxe glass telephone booth
is designed for indoor, sitdown service
(Fig. 1). It may be used singly or in various
mu lt iple arrangemen ts (side-by-side and/or
back-to-hack).
1.02
This booth is not designed to include an
interior directory; all glass booths are intended
for locations that have directory shelves or tables.
1.03
1.04
The overall dimensions of the booth are:
• Height-83-1/8 inches
• Width-34-1/8 inches
• Depth-34-1/ 8 inches
2.
IDENTIFICATION
The KS-19442 booth consists of an extruded
aluminum framework, covered with metal
strips or appliques to provide a variety of finishes.
These strips are either snapped or crimped in
place and are available in stainless steel, satin-finished
anodized aluminum, or medium bronze-colore d
anodized aluminum.
2.01
Single glass panels extend from the ceiling
to the base of each wall. Acoustic panels
for rear and right sides are available if required.
2.02
Booth levelers are provided in the base of
each wall and are concealed by black kickplates
located around the base of the booth.
2.03
The booth interior is finished in black,
including the formed plastic seat, retaining
strips, kickplates, and flat ceiling .
2.04
Fig. 1-KS-19442 Deluxe Glass Telephone Booth
@ American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1971
Printed in U.S.A.
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A thick tempered glass writing shelf spans
the right wall and extends beneath the coin
telephone.
2.05
2.13
For single installation, order List 1 booth
(Fig. SA).
For a side-by-side multiple installation, order
one List 1 booth and the remainder as List
21 booth(s) (Fig. 8B).
2.14
Stainless steel panels are mounted in the
right rear corner to provide a mounting for
the backboard. The booth was designed for the
1A/1C-type coin telephone sets and coin panel
phones.
2.06
No floor is provided with this booth; however,
a KS-19442, List 90 floor (Fig. 1) is available
and can be used in single or multiple installations.
The walls of the booth must be secured to the
surface upon which they are placed if a List 90
floor is not used. Holes are provided in the lower
wall extrusions for this purpose.
2.07
A KS-19207, List 1 light and blower unit is
supplied with each booth for illumination
and ventilation. The unit is wired for continuous
illumination; however, it can be wired to be actuated
by the door-operated snap-action switch. This
switch, in conjunction with a customer controlled
manual switch, actuates the blower motor. Refer
to Section 508-820-100 for details of the KS-19207
light and blower unit.
For a back-to-hack installation where only
two booths are used, order two List 1 booths
(Fig. 8C).
2.15
For a back-to-hack installation where more
than two booths are used, order two List 1
booths and the remainder as List 21 booths (Fig. 8D).
2.16
W7len ordering booths for back-to-hack
installations, order one 114-20 by 3/4
hex socket head cap screw and one
1/4-20 by 1-112 hex socket head cap
screw for each booth ordered. These
screws are required for fastening the
backs of the booths together.
2.08
All electrical and telephone connections are
made in the ceiling assembly. An electrical
outlet box, telephone connecting block, and telephone
wiring are all furnished and are located in the
ceiling area.
2.09
The KS-19732, List 2 template, KS-19783,
List 1 dolly, KS-19783, List 2 brace, KS-19442,
List 90 floor, KS-19425, List 22 cable assembly,
and 127 A cover must be ordered separately as
required.
2.17
Orders for the booth shall specify quantity,
KS-number, and list number of each booth,
and finish, plus each accessory required.
2.18
Note: Unless otherwise specified, a KS-19442,
List 65 sign panel and a KS-19340, List 54
backboard will be furnished with each booth.
Channels are provided in the right side wall
for bringing electric and telephone service
in through the floor.
2.10
2.19
A roof structure covers the booth, encloses
the equipment mounted above the ceiling,
and provides a frame for the sign above the door.
The following are examples of typical orders:
2.11
Example 1-Single Booth (Fig. SA)
Various list numbers assigned to the KS-19442
booth, booth components, and accessories are
described in Table A.
1-Booth, Telephone, KS-19442, L1 with L81
finish
ORDERING INFORMATION
1-KS-19425, List 22 cable assembly
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The diHerences between List 1 and
List 21 booths are shown in Table B.
1-127A Cover
Example 2-Three Booths Side-by-Side (Fig. 8B)
1-Booth, Telephone , KS-19442, L1 with L82
finish
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TABLE A
BASIC LIST NUMBERS AND ACCESSORIES
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
List 1
List 21
List 30
List 52
List 51
List 53
List 57
List 59
KS-19442
KS-19340
Booth (Fig. 1)
Roof and ceiling assembly
Shelf
Tempered glass panel
Complete booth for single installation
For multiple installations
Tempered glass
Door
Rear or right side
Left side
Front
List 54
List 62
List 65
List 68
List 69
List 81
List 82
Trim and accessory finish
List 83
List 90
Floort
Acoustic panel*
Sign panel
KS-19425
List 53
List 54
List 22
Cable assemblyt (Fig. 3)
KS-19783
List 1
List 2
Dollyt (Fig. 4)
Bracet (Fig. 5)
List 2
Templatet (Fig. 6)
Covert (Fig. 7)
KS-19732
127A-Type
REMARKS
Backboard (Fig. 2)
Rear or right side
White blank
White letters- blue background
Blue blank
Blue letters- white background
Satin- finish anodized aluminum
Stainless steel
Medium bronze-colored anodized aluminum
Dark gray synthetic rubber bonded to a metal
base
For 1A/1C-type coin telephone set
For 235G/2A/2C-typ e coin telephone set
For incoming power and interconnecting
multiple booths
For transporting booth without floor
For supporting a booth without floor where
dolly is not required
For locating anchoring holes
For 235G/2A/2C-typ e coin telephone set
* Acoustic
panels must be used in the rear of each back-to-hack booth. They are optional in the right side of all arrangements and in the rear of single booths.
t Dolly, brace, floor, template, cable assembly, and cover must be ordered separately.
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TABLE B
COMPONEN'T DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
LIST 1 AND LIST 21 BOOTHS
G4 Glazing Strip
L57 Glass Panel
B-651879-1
Rail (2 used )
B-651879-2
Rail (2 used )
K6
K7 Kickplate
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T5
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Trim Strip
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1/ 4-20 x 3/ 4 Hex
Soc Hd Cap Screw
(2 used )
1; 4-20 x 1-1/ 2 Hex
Soc Hd Cap Screw
(2 used )
LIST 1
LOCATION
COMPONENT
LIST 21
REMARKS
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Horizontal
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Vertical
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Packaged separately
Left wall-bottom
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Left wall-top
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Used to tie two
booths together
in a side-by-side
installation
In left wall
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Bottom left-outside wall
Bottom right-outside wall
Bottom front-outside wall
Top left-outside wall
Top right-outside wall
Bottom left-outside wall
Bottom right-outside wall
2-Booths, Telephone, KS-19442, L21 with L82
finish
2-Panels, Blank, KS-19442, L68*
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6--Panels, Acoustic, KS-19442, L54t
6--Screws, Hex Socket Hd Cap, 1/4-20 by 3/4
6--Screws, Hex Socket Hd Cap, 1/4-20 by 1-1/2
3-127A Covers
(Fig. SD)
*List 68 blank panels shall be on end booths
of each line-up.
2-Booths, Telephone, KS-19442, L1 with L83
finish
t Acoustic panels are installed in the rear
of each back-to-hack booth.
Example 3-Six Booths
4-Booths, Telephone, KS-19442, L21 with L83
finish
4--Panels, Blank, KS-19442, L68*
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Optional signs, sign blanks, backboards,
cable assemblies, acoustic panels, and
floors must be specified as required.
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I. OPENING fOR TELEPHONE ENTRANCE.
2. OP£N I NG fOR POWER ENTRANCE.
3. THE NUMBERS ARE fOR REfERENCE ONLY.
4. TWO I /4 IN. X 1-1 /2 IN. STEEL RODS
WILL BE fURNISHED WITH EACH TEMPLATE
TO BE USED fOR All GNMENT PURPOSES.
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Fig. 8--Layout of Booth Arrangements
3.
INSTALLATION
Fig. 6-KS-1973 2, List 2 Template
SPECIAL TOOLS
3.01
The following special tools are required for
the installation of the KS-19442 booth.
TOOL
Fig. 7-127A-Ty pe Cover, Bottom Side
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USED TO
SOURCE Of
SUPPLY
Awl
(2 required )
Line up holes
between connecting parts
Obtain locally
Center punch *
Crimp trim
strips
Obtain locally
Chalk line•
Mark booth
positions
Obtain locally
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TOOL
Compound ,
antiseize,
KS-19094
USED TO
Coat screw
threads which
are threaded
into aluminum
SOURCE OF
SUPPLY
SINGLE BOOTH
Note 1: Each KS-19442, booth is shipped
assembled, mounted on a skid. If the booth
is not equipped with a List 90 floor, do not
attempt to move it from the skid without
using a KS-19783, List 1 dolly (Fig. 4).
Western
Electric
Co.
Glass Lifter•
Vacuum Cup
(capable of
lifting 50
pounds)
2 required
Install glass
panels
(mtce)
Obtain locally
Gloves, safety,
RS-13515
Handle glass
panels
(mtce)
Western
Electric
Co.
Goggles or
face shield,
RS-13406A
Protect against
glass in case
of breakage
Western
Electric
Co.
Hammer;*
soft faced,
RC-14770
Crimp trim
strips
Western
Electric
Co.
Knife, safety
Remove packing from
booths
Lewis Safety
Knife or
equivalent
Level
( 4ft min)
Ensure that
booths are
level
Obtain locally
Screwdrive rs,
Xcelite X-102,
SX-102, X-103
and X-1021
Install various
component s
using Phillips
screws
Eastern Tool
Warehouse
601 West
50th St.
New York,
New York
Square,t
carpenter
Ensure that
booths are
square
Obtain locally
Template, t
locating
KS-19732,
List 2
Drill holes
in floor fo r
mounting
booths
W estern
Electric
Co.
Wrench Set,
M-51 Williams
Super Ratchet
Wrench Set
(E/W complete
set of Allen
Head Sockets)
Assemble
frames
Local Automotive Parts
D istributor
• Required for multiple installation s only.
t Not required f or booth equipped with List 90 floor.
Note 2: If the booth is to be installed against
a wall, post, or column, determin e if the
vertical surface is plumb, using a 4-ft. level,
and if any misalignment exists, allow sufficient
distance at the base when locating the template
(see 3.02).
Note 3: If the booth is to be installed on a
carpeted floor, use extreme care not to damage
the carpet. Do not cut the carpet even if it
will become the booth floor.
Note 4: If the booth is equipped with a List
90 floor, disregard 3.02 through 3_10 except
3.09 (a), (b), and (c).
3.02
Place KS-19732, List 2 template (Fig. 6) in
the exact postion that the booth will be
mounted with holes 1, 2, and 5 on the left side
and "V" notches on line with front edge of booth.
3.03
Using the template as a guide, drill 1/4-inch
holes at positions 1, 2, 3, and 4 to a depth
of approximately 1-1/4 inches.
Note: After the first two holes are drilled,
insert two 1/4 by 1-1/2 steel rods (furnished
with template ) in the holes to prevent the
template from slipping while drilling the
remaining holes. If underground power and
telephone wiring is to be used, mark locations
at this time.
3.04
Remove the two steel rods and template
from the drilling area.
The booth is secured to a masonry floor with
3/8-16 by 2 hex socket head cap screws.
Select the proper machine bolt anchor to accommodate
this size screw and enlarge the drilled holes
sufficiently to accept anchors. See the appropriate
section on masonry fasteners .
3.05
Note: Lag or wood screws of equivale nt
holding power should be used in wood floors.
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3.06
Position the booth adjacent to the mounting
location and remove all packing details.
3.07
Remove inside kickplates.
3.08
Install KS-19783, List 1 dolly per Fig. 9
using hardware furnished.
RIGHT REAR CORNER
AS VIEWED
FROM DOOR
KS-19783
LIST I DOL LY
NOTES:
L FOR REMOVAL , INSERT SMALL SCREWDRIVER THROUGH
SLOT IN CEILING, DEPRESS DETENT SPRING, AND TURN
DOME ASSEMBLY COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
2 . FOR INSTALLATION , PLACE DOME ASSEMBLY IN CEILING
AND TURN IT CLOCKWISE UNTIL DETENT SPRING
8-567878
ENGAGES AND LOCKS DOME.
Fig. 10--Method of Removing Dome Assembly
Insert 3/8-16 by 2 hex socket head cap screws
in the mounting holes. Determine that the
booth is perfectly square. Adjust leveling devices
until the booth is perfectly level and secure the
four screws.
3.10
Fig. 9-KS-19783, List 1 Dolly Installed in Booth
3.09
If inside wiring is to be run from floor:
(a) Position booth so that it is in its approximate
mounting location.
3.11
Install coin telephone set in accordance with
appropriate coin telephone set practices.
(b) Remove the dome assembly (Fig. 10) and
fluorescent lamp.
When a coin panel phone is used, install a
127A-type cover (Fig. 7) over the coin
telephone set using three No. 8-32 by 3/16 round
head machine screws.
Warning: Use goggles or face shield when
removing the dome and lamp.
Note: The cover must be ordered separately;
screws are furnished with cover.
3.12
(c) Drop a weighted fish line from the ceiling
area to pull telephone and electric wires
separately up through their proper channels (in
the right wall frame) to the ceiling area (Fig. 11).
3.13
Install telephone wiring as outlined in 3.34
and 3.35.
3.14
Install electric wiring as outlined in 3.36
and 3.37.
(d) Align mounting holes of booth with mounting
holes in floor and remove dolly.
3.15
Install fluorescent lamp and dome assembly
(Fig. 10).
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SIDE-BY-SIDE MULTIPLE ARRANGEMENT
Note 1: Arrang ements should be made to
bring telepho ne and electric al service wires
into an end booth.
Note 2: KS-19732, List 2 templa te (Fig. 6)
can be used for laying out an arrang ement
from left to right or from right to left. If
the left-ha nd booth of the lineup is to be
agains t a wall, post, or column, lay out the
positions from left to right. If the right-hand
booth of the lineup is to be agains t a wall,
post, or column, lay out the positions from
right to left.
Note 3: All screws threaded into aluminum
parts should be coated with KS-19094 antiseize
compound.
Note 4: Refer to Notes 1, 2, and 3 under
single booth instsll stion
3.17
Fig. 11-Vie w of Right Wall Frame Showing
Wire
Channels
3.16
Note : If the booths being install ed are
equipped with List 90 floors, disrega rd 3.18
throug h 3.20.
Install the inside kickpl ates which were
removed in 3.07.
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Use a chalk line and mark the floor where
the front edge of the lineup will be (Fig. 12).
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3.18
When laying out positions from the left to
right, drill holes in the floor as follows:
(1) Place KS-19732, List 2 template in the position
where the left-hand booth will be mounted
with the "V" notches on chalk line. Holes 1,
2, and 5 should be to the left.
(2) Using the template as a guide, drill 114-inch
holes at positions 1, 2, 3, and 4 to a depth
of approximately 1-1/4 inches.
Note: After the first two holes are drilled,
insert two 114 by 1-112 steel rods (furnished
with template) in these holes to prevent the
template from slipping while drilling the
remaining holes.
(3) Move template to the right and align template
holes 5 and 6 with previously drilled holes
3 and 4, respectively (Fig. 12). Insert the two
steel rods in these holes.
(4) Drill 114-inch holes at positions 1, 2, 3, and
4 to a depth of approximately 1-114 inches.
(5) If a third booth is to be installed, move
template to the right and align template
holes 5 and 6 with previously drilled holes 2
and 3, respectively (Fig. 12). Insert the two
steel rods in these holes.
(6) Repeat step (4).
(7) If additional booth positions are required,
repeat steps (5) and (4) respectively.
3.19
When laying out positions from right to left,
drill holes in the floor as follows:
(1) Place KS-19732, List 2 template in the position
where the right-hand booth will be mounted
with the "V" notches on chalk line. Holes 3,
4, and 6 should be to the right.
(2) Repeat 3.18 (2).
(5) If a third booth is to be installed, move
template to the left and align template holes
5 and 6 with previously drilled holes 2 and 3,
respectively (Fig. 13). Insert the two steel rods
in these holes.
(6) Repeat 3.18 (4).
(7) If additional booth positions are required,
repeat 3.19 (5) and 3.18 (4) respectively.
3.20
Repeat 3.05.
3.21
Install List 1 booth in accordance with 3.06
through 3.16.
Note: List 1 booth is always the left end
booth of a line-up.
3.22
To install a List 21 booth:
(1) Remove and retain the following items from
the right wall of previous booth (Fig. 14):
• K7 kickplate--Located on bottom
wall
• T8 trim strip-Located on bottom
wall
• T6 trim strip-Located on top right-outside
wall
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If this is an initial multiple installation,
the items listed in (1) will be on the
first booth installed (List 1) only.
(2) Place List 21 booth to the right of the
previous booth and perform operations outlined
in 3.06 through 3.10.
(3) Remove R3 retaining strip from top left-inside
wall of the booth being installed (Fig. 15).
(3) Move template to the left and align template
holes 5 and 6 with previously drilled holes
1 and 2, respectively (Fig. 13). Insert the two
steel rods in these holes.
(4) Fasten booth walls together at top using
two 114-20 by 1-1/2 hex socket head cap
screws and at the bottom using two 114-20 by
3/4 hex socket head cap screws. Screws are
furnished with List 21 booth.
(4) Repeat 3.18 (4).
(5) Install R3 in its original position.
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(6) Install T6, T8, and K7 (Fig. 16) on the last
right-hand booth of a line-up.
3.25
(7) Crimp the top edge of the T6 trim strip
approximately every 6 inches using RS-14770
soft face hammer and a center punch (Fig. 17).
(1} Perform steps outlined in 3.18 or 3.19 for
the front line-up.
(2) Move the template behind the first position
as shown in Fig. 18 and align template holes
5 and 6 with previously drilled holes 2 and 3,
respectively. Insert the two steel rods in these
holes.
Note: K7 will secure T8 sufficiently without
crimping T8.
(8) Install K9 kickplate (packaged separately )
on the bottom-fro nt-outside wall between
booths (Fig. 16).
3.23
When laying out positions for back-to-back
multiple arrangeme nts, drill holes as follows:
(3) Drill 1/4-inch holes at positions 1, 2, 3, and
4 to a depth of approximately 1-1/4 inches.
Repeat 3.11 through 3.16.
(4) If additional booth positions are required,
move the template to the next position and
perform operations in (2) and (3).
BACK-TO-BACK MULTIPLE ARRANGEMENT
Note: Refer to Notes 1 through 4 under
side-by-si de multiple arrangem ent and refer
to Fig. 8 for layout.
If more than two booths are to be installed,
use a chalk line and mark the floor where
the front edge of the line-up will be.
3.24
3.26
Repeat 3.05.
3.27
Install the first List 1 booth in accordance
with 3.06 through 3.15.
3.28
For a back-to-bac k installation of only two
booths:
(1) Remove and discard K8 kickplate, T6 trim
strip, and T8 trim strip from outside-re ar
wall of both booths (Fig. 14).
Note: If the booths being installed are
equipped with List 90 floors, disregard 3.25.
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(2) Place the second List 1 booth behind the
first booth and perform operations outlined
in 3.06 through 3.10.
(3) Remove R14 retaining strip from top rear-inside
wall of each booth (Fig. 14).
(4) Tie booth walls together at the top using
two 1/4-20 by 1-1/2 hex socket head cap
screws and at the bottom using two 1/4-20 by
3/4 hex socket head cap screws. Screws are not
furnished; they must be ordered separately.
3.29
For a back-to-hack installation of more than
two booths:
(1) Install booths side-by-side as directed in 3.22.
(2) Install booths back-to-hack as directed in
3.28.
3.30
Repeat 3.11 through 3.16.
ADDING TO AN EXISTING INSTALLATION (SINGLE
OR MULTIPLE)
3.31
To extend an existing line-up to the right:
(5) Install R14 retaining strips removed in (3)
in their original positions.
(1) Perform operations outlined in 3.22 (1).
(6) Repeat 3.16.
(2) Place the new List 21 booth to the right of
the existing line-up.
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TRIM STRIP
CENTER PUNCH
Fig. 16-Par tial View of Two Booths
If added booth is equip ped with a
List 90 floor, omit (3) throu gh (7)
and (10).
(3) Remove and retain the inside kickplates.
(4) Mark the location for four mounti ng holes
and move the booth aside.
(5) Drill the four holes to a depth of 1-1/4 inches
using a 1/4-inch drill.
(6) Repeat 3.05.
(7) Place booth in the mount ing positio n and
Fig. 17-Me thod of Crimping Trim Strips
repeat 3.10.
(8) Repeat 3.22 (3) throug h (8).
(9) Perfor m operations listed in 3.11, 3.12, 3.35,
and 3.37.
(10) Install inside kickplates retaine d in (3).
(11) Install fluores cent lamp and dome assembly
(Fig. 10).
3.32
To extend an existin g line-up to the left:
Note:
The left-hand booth is always a List
1; however, to extend an existin g line-up to
the left, a List 21 booth must be added. The
following procedures provide a means of adding
a List 21 booth to the left of an existing line
up. It may be desirable to move the List 1
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(4) Repeat 3.22 (4).
(5) Remove and retain the following items from
the new booth.
• Seat assembly
• K3 kickplate
DOOR
• R15 retaining strip
Fig. 18-Back-to-Ba ck Layout for Drilling Mounting
Holes
booth to the left and add the List 21 on the
right in accordance with 3.31.
(1) Remove and retain the following items from
the previous existing or left end booth
(Fig. 15):
• Seat assembly (See Fig. 19).
e K6 kickplate
e T7 trim strip
• T5 trim strip
• R3 retaining strip
• Rll retaining strip
• R25 retaining strip
(6) Transfer B-651879 rails from the left wall
of the new booth to the wall where the
glass panel was removed.
(7) Install all items retained in (1) and (5) on
the left walls of the booths (Fig. 15).
(8) Crimp the top edge of the T5 trim strip
approximately every 6 inches using R8-14770
soft face hammer and a center punch (Fig. 17).
Note: K6 will secure T7 sufficiently without
crimping T7.
• K3 kickplate
(9) Repeat 3.22 (8).
• R15 retaining strip
(10)
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Repeat 3.11, 3.12, 3.35, and 3.37.
ISS 1, SECTION 508-204-10 0
(11) Repeat 3.31 (10) and (11).
3.33
to extend an existing back-to-back installation:
ELECTIRC WIRING
3.36
(1) Refer to 3.29, 3.31, and 3.32.
(a) If the entrance is made from the floor,
extend cable to the ceiling area using the
channel in the right wall (Fig. 11). Terminate
cable at the electrical receptacle located in the
left rear corner of the ceiling.
TELEPHONE WIRING
3.34
Run the entrance cable or inside wires into
the booth from the base or top as follows:
(b) If the entrance is made from the top, use
(a) If the entrance is made from the floor,
extend cable to the ceiling area using the
channel in the right wall (Fig. 11). Terminate
cable at the 42A-type connecting block located
in the left rear corner of the ceiling.
Note: In case of multiple arrangeme nts, the
42A-type connecting block supplied may be
replaced by a 30A-type to provide necessary
terminations.
(b) If the entrance is made from the top, run
the cable through one of the knockouts
provided in the roof, either side, rear, or top.
Terminate cable at the connecting block located
in the left-rear corner of the ceiling.
In multiple arrangem ents, run telephone
wiring from booth to booth through knockouts
in the sides of the roof. Terminate all telephone
wiring at the 42A-type connecting block (or 30A-type
connecting block if one is present).
3.35
Run the power cable into a booth from the
base or top as follows:
KS-19425, List 22 cable assembly (Fig. 3)
or an approved permanen t wire and run cable
through one of the knockouts provided in the
roof, either side, rear, or top. Terminate cable
at the electrical receptacle located in the left
rear corner of the ceiling.
In multiple arrangeme nts, run KS-19425, List
22 cable or approved permanent wire from
booth to booth through knockouts in the side of
the roofs. Terminate all electrical wiring at the
electrical receptacle located in the left-rear corner
of each booth.
3.37
4.
MAINTENA NCE
INSPECTION
Ensure that all visible screws are secure.
and replace missing screws. Use the following
listing as a guide for ordering screws other than
standard hardware.
4.01
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SECTION 508-204-100
DESCRIPTION
3/4
H ex Socket
H ead Cap
Nylok
Screw
1/4-20
H ex
Head
Screw
1/4-20x 1-1 / 2
H ex Socket
Head Cap
Nylok
Screw
1/4-20x 1-718
H ex Socket
H ead Cap
Nylok
Screw
1 / 4-20
Phillips
Fl a thead
Mac hine
S crew
.1 90-32
Phill ip s
Round H ead
Machine
Screw
.138-32
Phillips
Round H ead
Machine
Screw
.164-32 X 1 / 2
P hillips
Round H ead
Self-ta pp ing
Screw,
Type B
.1 64-18
Phillips
Fl a thead
Self-tapping
Screw,
Type B
X
2-1/2
X
.164-18
Note 1: All listed screws are black except
the 114-20 by 1-7/8 hex socket head cap nylok
screw which is unpainted.
WHERE USED
SIZE
X
X
X
X
1
3/16
5/16
1/2
S ecures set
block to
f rame
(Fig . 19)
Note 2: These screws may be obtained from
O.M. Edwards Company, Inc., Syracuse, N.Y.
Secures seat
block to
seat assembly ( Fig . 19 )
Note 3: If threaded screw holes are stripped,
use the next larger size of the same type
screw.
Secures s upport to
booth f ra me
( Fig . 19)
Note 4: All screws threaded into aluminum
parts should be coated with KS-19094 antiseize
compound.
Secures seat
to corner
support
(Fi g . 19 )
4.02
Secures door
stop block
to header
SEAT ASSEMBLY
Note: A damaged B-562302 seat cover (Fig. 20)
may be replaced without replacing the entire
seat.
Secures inside
retaining
strip to
header
S ecures
actua tor to
door a nd
secures
door hinge
to post
Secures angle
(holding
tele phone
sig n in
place ) to
roof, secures
air intake
to header
and secures
corner retaining strip
to frame
Sec ures ki ckpl a tes
Check electrical grounding as covered in
Section 508-100-100.
4.03
To remove seat assembly from booth (Fig. 19):
(1) Remove one 1/4-20 by 1-112 hex head screw
and one 1/ 4-inch lockwasher which secures
seat assembly to B-562301 block.
(2) Remove two 114-20 by 2-1/2 hex socket head
cap nylok screws which secure seat assembly
to B-562389 support.
(3) Lift seat assembly up and off.
4.04
To install seat assembly, use reverse procedure.
4.05
To remove B-562302 seat cover (Fig. 20):
(1) Remove twelve .138-32 by 3/16 Phillips
round head machine screws, two B-564279
clamps, and two B-564336 clamps.
(2) Lift cover off.
4.06
Install new B-562302 cover using reverse
procedure.
4.07
To replace seat block and/or support, refer
to Fig. 19.
Note: Ensure that all interlocking parts are
properly engaged and all screws are tight.
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ISS 1, SECTION 508-204-100
8-562302 SEAT COVER
8-562303 SEAT ASSEMB LY
I ill --- ------ B-562389
SUPPORT
SOC HD CAP NYLOK SCR
1/ 4-20 X 1-7/BIN.
MOUNTING HOLE A
MOUNT ING HOLE B
L
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Fig. 19-lnsta llation af Seat Assembly
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SECTION SOB-204-1 00
Note: Booths are wired for continuous
illumination. If desired, the light may be
controlled by the door operated switch. Refer
to Section 508-820-100.
Determine that the manually operated FAN
switch turns the blower on and off when
the door is closed. Replace defective switch
assemblies (B-563123) as follows:
4.13
(a) Remove the fan switch coverplate using an
orange stick.
(b) Remove the two .138-32 by 3/16 Phillips
round head machine screws which secure
the switch bracket to the frame.
Fig. 20-Seat Assembly
DOME ASSEMBLY
b...Jrr.
Use eye protection when removing
the dome assembly.
4.08
4.09
Remove dome assembly in accordance with
Fig. 10.
Clean the dome assembly if required (see
Section 508-100-101).
Clean the space between the ceiling and
roof of all loose dirt and other foreign
materials.
4.10
4.11
Replace dome assemblies which do not meet
local telephone company standards.
(c) Disconnect the two wire leads and replace
the switch assembly.
(d) Install the fan switch coverplate.
Ensure that all electrical leads are securely
clamped away from the air inlet hole and
from the rotating impeller.
4.14
4.15
To remove KS-19207 light and blower
assembly:
(1) Remove dome assembly.
(2) Remove circline lamp.
(3) Loosen four screws.
(4) Slide unit back and down allowing left side
to slide out first.
LIGHT AND BLOWER ASSEMBLY
b...Jrr.
Use eye protection when handling
fluorescent lamps. Before making
any repairs or replacements in electrical
equipment, disconnect ac power plug
or turn the service switch off and
verify that circuit is dead by checking
with an approved voltmeter.
PHONE SIGN
Remove four .164-18 by 5/16 painted Phillips
round head self-tapping screws which secure
B-562379 angle to the roof (Fig. 21).
4.16
4.17
Determine that the door operated switch
(B-563122, Fig. 21) located in the left-front
of the ceiling, properly actuates the blower unit.
Access to the switch can be gained by removing
the dome assembly.
Remove the phone sign.
4.12
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Replace signs which are broken or which
will not meet local telephone company
standards. See Table A for available signs.
4.18
ISS I, SECTION 508-204-100
NOTE:
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B-562379
(SEE NOTE)
,.___PHILL IP
/
ANGLE
REMOVE PAP
PLEXIGLASS EBRA BACKING FROM
FFLE.
SIGN'
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CEILING
8 -562377
AIR INTAKE
B-563123
SWITCH
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SECTION 508-204-100
4.19
If it becomes necessary to remove the roof
(Fig. 21):
• Remove the phone sign
(1) Ensure that booth is level.
• Remove two .164-18 by 1/2 RH self-tapping
screws which secure front of roof to frame
(2) Check hinge wear. Clearance between hinge
barrels should not exceed 1116-inch. Replace
worn hinges.
• Remove the dome assembly
• Remove three No. 8-32 by 5/8 hex socket
head cap screws
• Lift roof off
SHELF ASSEMBLY
4.20
Replace broken or damaged shelves as follows
(Fig. 22):
(1) Loosen three B-189998-3 tamperproof screws
(.190-32 by 112) using KS-19192, List 1
wrench.
(2) Pull B-562352 and B-562354 supports forward
and up and remove the glass shelf.
(3) Mount B-562356 shelf on the two support
assemblies as shown.
(4) Position B-562352 support down over front
of shelf and engage rear slot over the pin
of B-650595 support assembly. Slide B-562352
support down and back into position. Tighten
the screw.
(5) Slide B-562354 support down and back into
position over rear end of shelf. Tighten
the two screws.
DOOR ASSEMBLY
4.21
The door should operate freely throughout
its entire travel without binding, squeaking,
or chattering. When the door binds, squeaks, or
chatters, check the following items:
4.24
ROOF
When pushed closed from inside, the door
should remain completely closed.
4.22
A slight pull on the handle should open the
door and restore it to normal position.
4.23
Ensure that the nylon roller and door track
are clean.
Page 20
(3) Lubricate hinges, roller, and door track with
KS-14774, List 2G lubricant. KS-14796 oiler
can be used for application.
4.25
If it becomes necessary to install a new
door, perform following procedures (Fig. 23):
(1) Place a strip of 5/8-inch thick wood or
equivalent material at the door opening to
raise the level of the door so that the screw
holes will line up with the corresponding holes
in the left front column.
(2) Rest the bottom of the folded door on the
wood strip with the handle toward the inside
of the booth and the top tilting at a slight angle
toward the right door column.
(3) Line up the guide pin with the door track.
Install B-562381 roller on the guide pin and
straighten up the door.
(4) Secure the door hinge to the left column
using eleven .164-32 by 112 painted Phillips
round head machine screws and eleven No. 8
black lockwashers.
Note: It may be necessary to use two awls
for aligning the holes.
(5) Install the actuator-assembly using two .164-32
by 112 painted Phillips round head machine
screws and two No. 8 black lockwashers and
slide it up into the access hole in the left front
corner of the ceiling.
(6) Determine that the actuator properly engages
the switch spring and secure the actuator
to the door.
(7) Install B-650429 spring stop assembly on
the header using one .190-32 by 1 painted
Phillips flathead machine screw.
ISS 1, SECTION 508-204-1 00
B-562354
8 - 562352
B -562356
SHELF
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Fig. 22-lnstal lation of Shelf Assembly
GLASS PANELS
Note 2: Install panels with the manufacturer's
trade name toward the bottom and the lip of
the glazing strips toward the outside of the
booth. The outside trim strips fit under the
lip of the glazing strips.
Wear gloves and eye protectio n when
glass panels to prevent
persona l injury.
Use care when handlin g tempere d
glass, Nicks or scratche s will damage
the glass and may cause it to shatter.
Note 3: Install top strips first, side strips
next, and bottom strips last.
Do not allow metal tools to come in
(a) Refer to Fig. 24 for installing door panels.
Side and rear panels are similarly installed.
contact with edge of tempere d glass.
4.26
Glass panels which do not meet local telephone
company standard s shall be replaced as
follows:
Note 1: Glass lifters capable of lifting 50
pounds or more shall be used when handling
glass panels.
(b) Refer to Table C for a complete list of
glass panels, glazing strips, and retaining
strips.
TRIM STRIPS
4.27
Replace trim strips that are damaged.
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SECTION 508-204-100
(a) Refer to Table D for complete list of trim
strips.
(b) Crimp the edges of all trim strips (except
T7, T8, and Tll) after they have been
installed, approximately every 6 inches, using
RS-14770 soft face hammer and a center punch
(Fig. 17). These indentations should be kept
small enough to be hidden by the glazing strips.
1
F. H.M. SCR
.190-32XI
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.164-32 X 1/2
B-563125
----.._
NO 8 LKWR
(BLACK)
/
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B-650993
... -...6.,.50..
STOP
-ttOOOR
-
Note: T7, T8, and Tll are secured with
kickplates.
B - 562380
HEAOER
/j
Replace kickplates that are damaged .
II
4.28
vB-562381
CORNER PANELS
(a) Refer to Table E for complete list of
kickplates.
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Note:
steeL
4.29
All inside corner panels are stainless
Replace panels that are damaged.
(a) Refer to Table F for complete list of panels.
(b) Replace inside panels (P1 and P2) as follows:
(1) Remove coin telephone set.
B - 56231 0
DOOR
IJ--- -+4- - B- 563126
HANDLE
(2) Remove shelf assembly as directed in 4.20.
(3) Remove blower switch (from P1 only).
(4) Remove two .164-18 by 5/16 Phillips round
head self-tapping screws.
(5) Slide panel (P1 to right or P2 to left)
until it is free of the retaining clips and
slide the panel down (Fig. 28).
(6) Install using reverse procedure.
NOTE'
EARLIER MODELS Of THE BOOTH WERE EQUIPPED WITH A
B-562315 GUIDE ASSEMBLY ANDA B-562318 DOOR STOP. IN
CURRENT MODELS, THESE TWO ITEMS ARE COMBINED INTO ONE
ASSEMBLY AS SHOWN IB-650993 DOOR STOP ASSEMBLY) . IF
EITHER OF THE TWO EARLY ITEMS BECOMES DAMAGED, THEY
SHOULD BE REPLACED WITH THE 8-650993 DOOR STOP
ASSEMB LY.
Fig. 23--Door Header, Trim, and Door Assembly
Page 22
(c) Replace outside panels (P3 and P4) as
follows:
(1) Perform operations outlined in (b) (1)
through (5).
(2) Remove twelve .164-18 by 5/16 Phillips
round head self-tapping screws and four
B-565766 clamps from each panel (Fig. 25
and 26).
TABLE C
GLASS PANELS, GLAZING STRIPS, AND RETAINING STRIPS
GLASS PANEL
KS-19442,
List 51
POSITION
INSTALLED
GLAZING STRIP
DESIGNATION
RETAINING STRIP
PART NO.
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Gl
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G2
Left
Wall
Front
Wall
G5
B-562317-3
Right edge
as viewed
f rom rear
B-562317-4
Left edge as
viewed from
rear
B-562320-4
R13
B-563116
Top
R7
B-563113-1
Rear
Front
Bottom
R14
B-563117
Top
R8
B-563113-2
Left
R22
B-563114-3
Right
R16
B-562398-2
Bottom
R3
-R11
B-562397
Top
B-563114-2
Rear
R25
B-563113-4
Front
R15
B-562398-1
Bottom
B-562320-5
f-- -
* Panel positions as viewed from inside of booth
Top
B-563114-1
f---- -
KS-19442,
List 59
Bottom
B-562317-2
B-562398-3
-
--
FIG.
REF.
B-562317-1
RIO
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G4
POSITION•
ON PANEL
R17
B-562320-2
Rear
Wall
KS-19442,
List 57
PART NO.
B-562320-1
-t-
Right
Wall
KS-19442,
List 53
DESIGNATION
--
24
--
25
26
27
R20
B-562399
Top
R9
B-563113-3
Corner
R12
B-563115
Adjacent to
door
R18
B-562398-4
Bottom
R23
B-566302
Door header
- - --
23
25
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SECTION 508-204-100
KS-19442, L5 1
PANEL
B-562317-2
RETAINING STRIP
I
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8-5623 10
ODOR
ASSEM BLY
B-562317-3
RETAINING STRIP
j
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HEX SOC CUP PT
SET SCR
.136-32 X 1/B
Gl
GLAZING STRIP
8-562317 -1
RETAINING STRI P
B-567872
Fig. 24-lnstallation of Glass Panels in Door
(3) Install using reverse procedure.
CLEANING
4.30
Only surfaces exposed to view when the
booth is in service need be cleaned.
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4.31
Refer to Section 508-100-101 for cleaning of
booth and booth accessories.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
4.32
Table G lists miscellaneous replacement parts
which may be ordered as necessary.
ISS 1, SECTION 508-204 -100
Fig.
l oded
.
of Right Wall
V•ew
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SECTION 508-204-1 00
T6
F2
Rl4
B-S65767
&RACKET
P3
\m
\
PHILLIPS
RH SELF
TAPPING SCR
.164-18 X S/16
R22
T8
R8
P2
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
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CLAMP
PHILLIPS RH
SELF TAPPING SCR
.164-1 8 X S/16
PHILLIPS FH
SELF TAPPING SCR
.164-18 X 1/2
(BLACK)
KS
Fig. 26-Explod ed View of Rear Wall
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ISS 1, SECTION 508-204 -100
Tl
All
F3
R25
T3
PHILLIPS
FH SELFTAPPING SCR
.164 -18 X 1/2
I BLACK l
-1
LEVELING
DE VICE
Fig. 27-Exp loded VIew of Left Wall
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SECTION 508-204-100
STEP
STEP
<:==J @
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APPROX 112 IN . BETWEEN
PANEL ANO CORNER
APPROX l/2 IN. BETWEEN PANEL AND CORNER
I--
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STEP
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PI
P2
PROCEDURE FOR INSTALLATION
OF PI AND P2 PANELS
(REVERSE PROCEDURE
FOR REMOVAL)
Fig. 28-lnstallation and Removal of P1 and P2 Panels
Page 28
ISS 1, SECTION 508-204-100
TABLE D
TRIM STRIPS
DESIGNATION
Tl
FINISH
FIG.
REF
PART NO.
27
B-562390-
ANODIZED
ALUMINUM
1
2
STAINLESS
STEEL
•
4
T3
25
B-562390-
27
B-562391-
T4
25
B-562392-
T5
27
B-562393-
T6
T7
TS
T9
25 & 26
27
Tll
B-562394-
25 & 26
23
r--- -
B-562393-
B-562394-
B-562395--- - - - -
25
B-563129-
5
6
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
•
•
•
3
Right front corner
Left front corner
•
•
.·--
•
--
•
•
•
.
top
---
--;-··-::--
•
-
Left wall -
Right and rear
walls-top
•
--
Left wall - bottom
Right and rear
walls- bottom
•
Door header
•
- - - - - --e
- -
Front- adjacent
to door
•
•
•
Left rear corner
•
•
•
LOCATION
•
•
•
- y - •1
-
•
3
T2
ANODIZED
BRONZE
--
Front wall - bottom
•
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SECTION 508-204- 100
TABLE E
KICKPLATES
* K9
LOCATION
DESIGNA·
TION
FIG.
REF
PART NO.
K3
27
B-562357
Left wall- inside
K4
25
B-562358
Right wall- inside
K5
26
B-562359
Rear wall- inside
K6
27
B-562360
Left wall -outside
K7
25
B-562361
Right wall- outside
K8
26
B-562362
Rear wall- outside
K9*
16
Front wall- outside
used only in multiple arrangem ents.
TABLE F
CORNER PANELS
FINISH
DESIGNA·
TION
FIG.
REF
P1
P2
25
26
B-562304
B-562305
P3
26
B-562306-
P4
25
B-562307-
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PART NO.
ANODIZED
ALUMINUM
STAINLESS
STEEL
ANODIZED
BRONZE
•
1
2
3
1
2
3
•
LOCATION
Right wall - inside
Rear wall- inside
•
Rear wall- outside
0
•
•
Right wall- outside
0
•
ISS 1, SECTION 508-204-100
TABLE G
MISCELLANEOUS REPLACEMENT PARTS
PART NO.
LIST NO.
OR DESCRIPTION
NAME
Actuator
B-563125
- ---
Cable Assembly
-
KS-19425, List 22
-- - ··-
Cover, seat
127A
B-551952
Lamp, fluorescent
--
Dome Assembly
Door St op
Located on door for actuating snap
action switch
For incoming power or interconnec ting
power between multiple booths
B-562302
Cover, telephone
L Door Stop Assembly
f--
REMARKS
--· -
B-650994
-·-
Contains door roller rod
--
B-562376
Roller
B-562381
Seat Assembly
B-562303
Does not include seat cover.
Shelf
B-562356
Tempered glass
Spring Stop Assembly
B-650429
Located on door header
B-563123
Switch, snap action
B-563122
- - - -- -
- -
- - -----Mounts over blower switch
--- - - - - -- - - -----
Plate, f an switch
Switch, fan
Located on top center of door
40 Watt Circline, CW
-- -
- - - - - ·- - - -
For use over panel telephone
B-650993
See Fig. 20
Rolls in door track
------ -
Controls blower motor
--·---- ----- - - - - - - ------- ---Operates when door is closed
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