b. Removal. (Figure 2--67)
ELECTRICAL HIGH VOLTAGE
Electricity can cause serious injury or death. Be certain that all
power is removed before performing maintenance on electrical
Identify and tag all wires before disconnecting. Remove tags
after wires are reconnected and tested.
(1) Disconnect the receptacle wiring harness (7) from all other points in the junction box assembly or
control box assembly.
(2) Remove four nuts (1), four lockwashers (2), and four flat washers (3) from four screws (4).
(3) Remove four screws (4) from receptacle (5) and control box assembly or junction box assembly.
(4) Remove receptacle (5) with wiring harness (7) attached from control box assembly or junction box
(5) Remove gasket (6) from receptacle (5). Discard gasket (6).
Perform step (6) only if replacing wire harness of receptacle.
(6) Unsolder wiring harness (7) from receptacle (5).
(1) Inspect receptacle for cracks and stripped or damaged threads that will prevent plug from coupling.
(2) Inspect for broken soldered connections.
(3) Inspect wiring harness for cracked insulation, bare wires, and missing wire lugs.
d. Repair or Replace.
(1) Replace all damaged screws, nuts, bolts, and washers.
(2) Replace all damaged or worn electrical wires.
(3) Replace damaged power receptacles.
(4) Replace damaged or worn wiring harness assemblies.
(5) Solder loose wire connections to new power receptacle.
e. Installation. (Figure 2-67)
(1) If needed, solder wires from harness (7) to receptacle (5).
(2) Install replacement gasket (6) on front of receptacle (5).
(3) From rear of mounting panel, insert receptacle (5) with harness (7) attached, into mounting hole in
panel with large polarizing key at top.
(4) Insert four screws (4) through mounting panel, gasket (6), and receptacle (5).
(5) Install four flat washers (3), four lockwashers (2), and four nuts (1) to screw (4).
(6) If needed, reconnect wires in harness (7) to all other points in the junction box assembly or the control
box assembly in accordance with paragraph 2-51.