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primary and auxiliary systems can be tied together at various switchboards,  or  individual  stations  may  be  cut  out  of  the circuits;  but  the  supplementary  system  does  not  have  these provisions. Circuits  in  the  supplementary  system  are  usually  not  manned. Some supplementary circuits are equipped with a buzzer or a horn for calling another station. The supplementary circuit you will  use  the  most  is  the  call  signal  station  (fig.  3-6).  To  call another station, you turn the station selector switch to the station you want to call and then turn the hand crank. The hand crank operates  a  magneto  generator  that  produces  a  distinctive  howl  (an audible noise). The howl will continue as long as you crank the generator. Q13. How  do  you  call  another  station  from  a  call  signal station? Figure 3-6.–A call signal station. 3-10

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