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TM 10-3930-660-24-2
ELECTRICAL GENERAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - CONTINUED
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RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR REPAIR
1.
Using removal tool, insert tool into front of connector (15) and depress locking tab of receptacle (20).
2.
Push wire (16), with receptacle (20) attached, thru front of connector (15).
3.
If defective, remove receptacle (20) from wire (16) by cutting through wire just behind receptacle.
NOTE
Perform steps 4 thru 7 only if receptacle was removed.
4.
Slide connector (15) back on wire (16).
5.
Using wire stripping tool, strip insulation of wire (16) to expose 1/4 in. (6 mm) length of metal strands (17).
6.
Using crimping tool, securely crimp tabs (19) of receptacle (20) over metal strands (17).
7.
Using crimping tool, crimp tabs (18) of receptacle (20) over insulation of wire (16).
8.
Slide connector (15) forward over receptacle (20) until locking tab of receptacle snaps into place.
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409-1919
WATERPROOF CONNECTOR REPAIR
1.
Remove end cover (27) and gasket (26) from front of connector (25).
2.
Remove seal (21) from rear of connector (25) and slide seal back on wire (22).
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409-1924
NOTE
Perform the following steps for each wire of connector.
Tag wires to aid in installation.
3.
Using pin removal tool, insert tool into front of connector (25) and depress locking tab of connector.
4.
Remove wire (22) with pin (24) from rear of connector (25).
5.
If defective, remove pin (24) from wire (22) by cutting through wire just behind pin.
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