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sheet metal parts using proper tools.
b. Tag and disconnect wires of wiring
Blend in repaired area with suitable
harnesses (18) from components. Note
abrasive paper. Prime and touch up
polarity and location of components when
MIL-W-16878/2C 18 AWG stranded, Stress-
Avoid breathing fumes generated
b y unsoldering/soldering. Eye
p r o t e c t i o n is required.
c . Exercise care not to apply exces-
sive heat when unsoldering components.
R e b u i l d the exciter regulator wir-
ble the voltage regulator assembly (4,
a c c o m p l i s h repair.
ble the voltage regulator sub-assembly
b l e the exciter-regulator in the reverse
t o accomplish repair.
order of index numbers assigned. Pay
p a r t i c u l a r attention to the following:
Clean all components with a clean
lint-free cloth moistened with an ap-
proved Cleaning solvent and dry
Mount connectors with keyway in
t o p position.
ble the voltage regulator sub-assembly.
I n s p e c t the exciter-regulator com-
ponents in accordance with paragraph 6-
ble the voltage regulator assembly.
c. Secure components mechanically
b . Inspect terminal boards for
p r i o r to wiring.
c r a c k e d , insulation, stripped threads
d. Connect wires on voltage regulator
and missing jumper strips.
sub-assembly to components according to
c. I n s p e c t wiring harnesses for evi-
dence of insulation breakdown and secur-
e. Connect wiring harnesses in accor-
i t y of connections, refer to figure 6-
f . Exercise care not to apply exces-
sive heat when soldering components.
g. Check wiring to components. Refer
a . Repair voltage regulator subassem-
h. T e s t exciter-regulator as speci-
b. R e p a i r printed card circuits
i . I n s t a l l the exciter after adjust-
c. S t r a i g h t e n dented or distorted