T O 35C2-3-442-2
stalling wire of same size and length in its
a . Inspect wire for defective insula-
Chase damaged threads.
tion. Check each wire to connector pin for
shorts to case and surrounding pins. In-
Welding operations produce heat,
spect connector for damaged threads.
highly toxic fumes, injurious
borne particles. Welding gog-
b . Check forward and reverse resis-
gles, with proper tinted lenses,
tance of diodes. Measured from anode (+)
apron or jacket and welder's
to cathode (-) value should be low, reverse
boots are required.
meter leads value should be infinity.
Repair cracked sheet metal parts
by welding. Straighten dented or distorted
c. Check resistor for proper ohmic
parts using suitable tools.
value, resistor should be adjustable from
0 to 500 ohms.
d. Fasten loose nameplate to cover
using a suitabe adhesive.
defective insulation, and missing terminals.
e . Remove damaged paint. Blend in
edges, prime, and paint damaged areas.
Inspect threads for damage.
f. Inspect sheet metal parts for cracks,
dents, and distortion.
assemble the load measurement unit in the
reverse order of index numbers assigned.
g. Inspect nameplate for security and
Inspect paint for damage.
Avoid breathing fumes generated by
tection is required.
a . Repair defective wiring by remov-
a. Solder diodes (19) and wires to
ing defective wire from connector and in-