3-49. JUNCTION BOX ASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE - continued.
High voltages in this equipment can cause serious injury or death. Be certain that all
power is removed before performing maintenance.
Turn 13 rotary fasteners (8) and lower junction box cover (12).
Tag all wires before removal.
There are six electrical cables connected to terminals in the junction box assembly. All
are removed the same One is shown.
Tag and disconnect wires (22) from inside junction box (5).
Loosen nut (20) and remove locknut (24).
Remove electrical cable (21) from junction box assembly (5). Refer to paragraph 3-47.
There are seven cables with connectors which attach to receptacles mounted on the
junction box assembly. All are removed the same. One is shown.
Remove cable connector (13) from receptacle (14).
Remove nut (15), lockwasher (16), flat washer (17), and wire lug (18) from ground stud (19).
Remove four screws (9) and flat washers (10) from standoff (25).
Tilt circuit breaker plate (11) forward to access mounting hardware.
Remove three nuts (1), lockwashers (2), and screws (23).
Position circuit breaker plate (11) on standoffs (25) and install four screws (9) and flat washers (10).
Close junction box cover (12) and turn 13 rotary fasteners (8).
The junction box assembly is heavy/difficult to handle. Three people are needed to
support/lift it to prevent personal injury or damage to the equipment.
Support junction box assembly (5) and remove nine nuts (3), lockwashers (4), flatwashers (6) and screws (7).
Remove junction box assembly (5)