T. O. 35C2-3-442-2
d. Inspect threads for damage.
6-155. DISASSEMBLY. Refer to figure
6-39 and disassemble transformer assem-
e. Test transformers for proper
bly in the order of index numbers assigned.
Pay particular attention to the following.
a. Tag and disconnect transformer
f. Inspect paint for damage.
leads prior to transformer removal.
6 - 1 5 8 . REPAIR.
a. Clean transformers with a clean
Welding operations produce heat,
highly toxic fumes, injurious
lint-free cloth moistened in an approved
cleaning solvent and dry thoroughly.
borne particles. Welding gog-
gles, with proper tinted lenses,
apron or jacket and welder's
Cleaning Solvents are flammable and
boots are required.
moderately toxic to skin, eyes and
a. Repair cracked sheet metal parts
respiratory tract. Eye and skin
protection required. Good general
by welding. Straightened distorted parts
ventilation is normally adequate.
using suitable tools.
b. Clean remaining parts in an approved
Chase damaged threads in bracket.
cleaning solvent and dry thoroughly,
c. Remove damaged paint. Blend in
edge, prime, and paint damaged areas.
tive insulation. Inspect terminal lugs for
condition and security.
b. Inspect terminal block for cracked
reverse order of index numbers assigned,
insulation, stripped threads and missing
Connect transformer leads.
6-160. INSTALLATION. Refer to figure
c. Inspect sheet metal parts for dis-
6-38 and install transformer assembly as
tortion and cracks.
Current transformer CT7
Terminal block TB2
Screw assembly (4)
Cross current transformer
Instrument transformer (CT1,
10. Nut (2)