Bakelite 300 type table telephone, used with Privacy Sets No. 6 and No. 7.

The case was coloured black and the handset was a Telephone No. 164 green.

The telephone had provision for three press button keys.

Introduced in 1940.

Diagram SA 5030.

Telephone SA 5030 comprises of the following:-
1 x Telephone No.328 C.B. Black minus cord and handset
1 x Telephone No.164 Green fitted with a Receiver, Inset No. 2P and an Earpiece No. 23 Green.
2 x PARTS No. 1/SPL/325
1 x Key No. 303A
1 x Label No. 252R
2 x Cords, Instrument No. 6/ 21B Brown 54"
1 x Block Terminal No. 20/8 Black.

These are assembled and connected as follows:-

  1. Key No. 303A is fitted with control plate in position 3.  Plungers A & C are fitted and the extension arm is fitted to give gravity switch hook release (see N4301).
  2. Cord, Instrument No. 3/63A is disconnected form telephone terminals 4, 5 & 6 and reconnected as follows:-
    White to terminal 19 of Key No. 303A.
    Red to terminal 24 of Key No. 303A.
    Green to terminal 27 of Key No. 303A.
  3. The following are connected together.
    Telephone terminal 4 to Key No. 303A terminal 20
    Telephone terminal 5 to Key No. 303A terminal 23
    Telephone terminal 6 to Key No. 303A terminal 26
    Telephone terminal 9 to Key No. 303A terminal 17
  4. Telephone terminals 1 & 2 are strapped together.
  5. Telephone terminal 1 and Key Terminals 16 & 18, 21, 22 & 25 are connected by Cord, Instrument No. 6/21B Brown 54" to the Block Terminal.


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