T. O. 35C2-3-442-2
e. Tag and disconnect leads from ter-
minal board (23), and remove socket (14)
Clean all components with a clean
with attaching leads from relay box (9) by
removing screw and washer assemblies
lint-free cloth moistened with an approved
(12) and standoff (13).
cleaning solvent and dry thoroughly.
Do not disconnect electrical
leads from connector J41 (20)
Inspect wiring for evidence of
unless replacement is required.
f. Tag and disconnect leads from ter-
minal board (23), and remove connector J41
Inspect terminal block for cracked
(20) with attaching leads from relay box (9)
insulation and stripped threads.
by removing screw and washer assemblies
(18) and nut and washer assemblies (19).
Inspect relay socket for cracked
g. Tag and disconnect remaining
electrical leads from terminal board (23).
Inspect electrical connector for
cracked housing, broken or loose pins, and
h. Remove terminal board (23 ) from
relay box cover (24 ) by removing screw
and washer assemblies (21) and nut and
Inspect circuit breaker contact
washer assemblies (22).
points for signs of corrosion or excessive
pitting and arcing. Minor pitting and arcing
i . Remove screws (25), nuts (26) and
is normal to breaker operation.
washers (27). Separate motor control (28),
bracket (29) and circuit breaker (30).
Repair cracked sheet metal parts
by welding. Straighten distorted parts
The circuit breaker must be in
using suitable tools.
the tripped position before re-
moving cover (45).
Chase damaged threads in mount.
tal chips which may enter the
Remove damaged paint. Blend in
eye. Eye protection is re-
edge, prime, and paint damaged areas.
Drill out circuit breaker case se-
Repair or fabricate circuit breaker
curement rivets and separate cover (45)
from circuit breaker base (46).
Replace damaged or defective
Keep hands clear of mechanism
at all times.
k. Remove undervoltage relay (43) and
REASSEMBLY. Refer to figure
auxiliary switch assembly (44) from circuit
6-37C. and reassemble circuit breaker
breaker base (46).