5.24 CONNECTOR RECEPTACLE L1 TO L3 AND N MAINTENANCE.
This task covers:
General Mechanics Tool Kit
(item 2, appendix B)
Generator Set 150 kW shut down,
Automotive Fuel and Electrical System Repair, Tool Kit
(item 3, appendix B)
Socket wrench, shop manufactured
(item 15, appendix B)
(item 10, appendix F)
(item 16, appendix E)
Disconnect the negative battery cable first and then the positive bat-
tery terminal cables. Failure to observe this warning could result inse-
vere personal injury or death.
C A U T I O N
Tag all cables prior to removal to ensure correct connection of the cables
Remove unit hood assembly (1, figure 5-39) as instructed in paragraph 4.14.
Open front panel (4) of control cabinet assembly (3) and secure with prop (5).
Remove eighteen screws (6), eighteen serrated lock washers (7), and eighteen washers (8).
Lower control cabinet connection panel (9) and prop with wooden boards.
Remove connector receptacles L1 (16) and L3 (12):
N O T E
Removal procedure for connector receptacle L3 (12) is the same as for
connector receptacle L1 (16), described below.
a. Remove two nuts (47) from spacer (37) and remove clear plastic cover (46).
b. Remove nut (39) from threaded terminal (38) while holding nut (44 or 45) with a suitable wrench
c. Remove serrated lock washer (40), washer (41), cable (42), and washer (43) from threaded ter-
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