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HANDSET.-- The handset (fig. 6-3) houses the
transmitter, the transmitter mounting cup, and the
receiver. The handset can be equipped with a standard
transmitter or a noise-cancelling dynamic transmitter
for use in high-noise areas. By connecting the handset
cord terminals to a screw-type terminal board
mounted within the telephone set, you can electrically
connect the handset to the telephone set.
HANDSET RETAINER SLIDE.-- The handset
retainer slide is a mechanical control that secures the
handset in the handset holder. When the handset is
replaced in the handset holder, this control is activated
Figure 6-3.--Type G (version 1) telephone handset.
automatically to lock the handset in place.
Figure 6-2.--Type G (version 1) telephone set configurations.
6-3

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