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Siemens & Halske Fg Tst 282 Rot
Siemens & Halske Fg Tst 282 Rot


Welkom op mijn webstek. Ik ben ARWIN en ik VERZAMEL en RESTAUREER antieke telefoons. Ik ben dol op HEEMAF-telefoons, vooral de Heemaf type 1955. Daarnaast hou ik erg van vooroorlogse telefoons uit Nederland van de PTT en van merken als SIEMENS & HALSKE en ERICSSON. Ik heb een kamer vol met telefoons van plastic, BAKELIET en metaal. Daarnaast verzamel ik RODE TELEFOONS uit allerlei tijden en landen en telefoons die ik gewoon LEUK of INTERESSANT vind.

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  1. Hello Arwin, congratulations on your hobby. I believe you can help me. My 84yr old aunt has dropped her an old GNT Automatic A/S F78 phone and now only pulses decade. It used to work on Dtmf. Would you know where the switch is. She can receive calls. There are two switches on the back, but it does not enable DTMF. I am trying to help her remotely, she lives 3hrs away. I could not find an instruction manual. I hope your knowledge and kindness can help. Thank you Joe

    • Hi Joe, thanks for your message. I have tried to look for my own specimen of this telephone, but I cannot find it at the moment. We are having building work done to our house and a lot of my telephone stuff is packed in boxes.
      Besides that, I have the PTT version and it is technically a little different from yours. The PTT version has an extra row of buttons, marked P, D, H and . (dot). These are for programming the memory and if I recall correctly to adjust settings like the method of dialling.
      So I’m afraid at the moment I do not know how to adjust the regular GNT Automatic F78.
      I suggest you try combinations of the * and # key with the others. Luke * and 1, * and 2 etc etc with the handset at your ear. If you change a setting, you will probably hear some kind of sound on the receiver.
      Sorry, I cannot help you any further.

  2. My grandfather had a german phone on his shelf in the study when I was a child. It had a card on it that read “Hitler’s Telephone. No Kidding.” My uncle still has this phone that was from Hitler’s home as the story goes. I have several photographs and would like to send them to you for inspection.
    Thank you.

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