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Telephone Assembly - Fixing the dial cord terminal strip - Telephone looks like a GEC ST 3604 - the later version
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Bell Ringer assembly - ringer coils in the bottom of the far bin and yokes on the top
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Dial Assembly - Number plate being inserted
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Telephone Assembly - Chassis Assembly - GEC ST3604 - Later model shown
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Dial Assembly - Assembling the springset unit
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Telephone Assembly - Testing the gravity switch hook spring tensions - GEC ST3604 - Later model shown
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Telephone Assembly - Packing the phone for shipping
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Dail Assembly line
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300 Type Telephone - Fixing the feet to the base plate
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300 Type Telephone - Installation of gravity switch hook mechanism
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300 Type Telephone - Installation of gravity switch hook mechanism
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300 Type Telephone - Dial cord about to be fitted to dial. The dial is held in a special jig.
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300 Type Telephone - Fixing the wiring loom to the terminal block. Note the rather hefty soldering iron.
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300 Type Telephone - fitting the terminal block and wiring loom
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300 Type Telephone - wiring sub compents to the wiring loom
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300 Type Telephone - Fitting the induction coil, bell ringer and dial terminal block
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300 Type Telephone - Fixing the bell gongs in place
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300 Type Telephone - Fixing handset and line cords to the chassis
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300 Type Telepone - Checking the tension of the gravity switch springs with a tension gauge

 
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Last revised: June 17, 2020

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