(PERFORMANCE-ORIENTED/TEST VERSION 2)
Troubleshoot and final test of the TA-236/FT telephone set.
Given Lesson 2 material, pencil, paper, TM 11-468 Extracts, and with no supervision.
Demonstrate competency of the task skills and knowledge by correctly responding to 70 percent of the
multiple-choice test covering troubleshooting and final testing of the TA-236/FT telephone set.
In each of the following questions, SELECT the one answer which BEST completes the statement or
answers the question. Indicate your response by circling the correct letter.
A rattling sound when tapping the handset behind the receiver indicates--
A bad handset cord.
A bad network.
A bad varistor.
A loose diaphragm.
If no replacement items are available, a "quick fix" to restoring to service a phone with an open
yellow deskstand cord would be to--
Transfer RED deskstand cord to terminal G.
Transfer BLK ringer lead from terminal G to L1.
Transfer GRN deskstand cord to terminal G.
Does not matter, not used.