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Figure 3-3.-A properly made-up sound-powered telephone headset-chestset.
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Stowing the Headset-Chestset In  enclosed  spaces,  you  should  stow  headset-chestsets  on hooks. In machinery spaces and on weather decks, you should stow these sets in stowage boxes, which are designed to stow from one to six sets. A  properly  made-up  set  should  fit  into  its  stowage  box without  your  having  to  force  it.  Never  allow  a  loose  cable  to hang out of the box, because it may be damaged when the lid is closed. Never use the stowage box for storing cleaning gear or tools. Cleaning rags give off moisture while chemicals give off fumes  that  will  cause  the  aluminum  diaphragms  to  rapidly oxidize.  Tools  and  other  loose  gear  may  damage  the  set(s)  or may prevent you from getting a set out quickly in an emergency situation. Q3. Where do you store headset-chestsets located on weather decks and in machinery spaces? Q4. Why  should  you  never  store  cleaning  gear  in  a sound-powered  phone  stowage  box? THE HANDSET Sound-powered  telephone  handsets  are  designed  for  general use  on  a  line  with  other  handsets  or  headset-chestsets.  You  hold the handset in one hand with the receiver over one ear and the transmitter in front of your mouth. You push down the button, located between the transmitter and the receiver, for talking as well  as  listening. Sound-powered  handsets  are  hard-wired  into  sound-powered jackboxes,  selector  switches,  and  magneto  call  stations.  For stowage of the handsets, handset holders (fig. 3-4) are installed in enclosed spaces, and handset stowage cabinets are installed at stations exposed to the weather. When you replace the handset in its holder, be sure it is secured so that it cannot fall to the deck and be damaged. Q5. Why should you replace the handset in its holder and make sure it is secure? 3-6

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