(1) Wash lens with mild soap solution and soft cloth.
(2) Remove dirt and rust.
(1) Inspect lampholder for cracked or broken lens, damage to body, and broken terminals.
(2) Inspect wires for cracked insulation, bare wire, and broken or missing wire lugs.
(3) Using the multimeter, test lampholder contacts for continuity with lamp base. (Refer to schematic,
(4) Test lampholder contacts for opens, shorts, or high resistance.
e. Repair or Replace.
(1) Replace all damaged screws, nuts, bolts, and washers.
(2) Replace all damaged or worn electrical wires.
(3) Replace rubber gaskets and burned-out bulbs.
(4) Replace damaged or unserviceable indicator lampholder assemblies.
f. Installation. (Figure 2-66)
ELECTRICAL HIGH VOLTAGE
Electricity can cause serious injury or death. Be certain that all
power is removed before performing maintenance on electrical
(1) From front of control box assembly, insert lampholder (9) into mounting hole.
(2) Install lockwasher (8) and nut (7) on lampholder (9).
(3) From rear of lampholder (9) connect three wire lugs (6) using two screws (5).
(4) Install bulb (3) in lampholder (9).
(5) Slide replacement rubber gasket (2), knurled nut (4), and another gasket (2) over threads of
lampholder (9) and seat on shoulder.
(6) Install lens (1) on lampholder (9).
Check and rotate the lens so that the dimmer is in the OPEN
2-60. POWER RECEPTACLES (J1 THROUGH J6, J8, J9).
a. General. Power receptacles are the points at which power cables are connected. Seven of them are on the
junction box assembly and one is on the control box assembly. Because they connect to different pieces of
equipment, there are several different kinds of receptacles, but all of them are removed and serviced in the same
manner. This paragraph describes removal, inspection, repair, and installation of a typical power receptacle.