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Figure 3-3.-A properly made-up sound-powered telephone headset-chestset.
7. 8. Q2. Remove the cover on the jackbox and connect the plug into the jack. Test  the  headset  for  satisfactory  operation.  First,  get someone to plug another headset into a separate jackbox on the same circuit. You can now conduct a phone check to  ensure  the  phones  are  operating  properly. What precaution should you take in unplugging a cable from  a  jackbox? Removing and Making Up the Headset-Chestset To  remove  and  make  up  a  sound-powered  telephone headset-chestset,  you  should  use  the  following  procedures: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Remove  the  earphones  and  hang  the  headband  over  the yoke of the transmitter. Remove the plug from the jackbox by holding the plug in one hand and unscrewing the collar with the other. When the collar is loose, grasp the plug and pull it out. Replace  the  jack  cover  on  the  jackbox  to  keep  out moisture and dirt. Lay the cable out on the deck and remove any kinks. Coil  up  the  cable,  starting  from  the  end  that  attaches  to the  chest  plate.  Coil  with  the  right  hand,  making  the loops  in  a  clockwise  direction.  The  loops  should  be  about 10  inches  across. After the cable is coiled, remove the headband from the transmitter yoke and hold the headband in the same hand with the cable. 3-4

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