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TM 10-3930-664-24 B. TERMINAL-TYPE CONNECTOR WITH SHELL 1. DISASSEMBLE.          Cut     wire     close     to     shell. Remove and discard shell. 2. ASSEMBLE. a. Strip wire. Use care not to nick or cut wire strands. NOTE If  solid  core  solder  is   used   to   coat wires,   bare   wires   must   be   cleaned with flux before tinning. b. Tin  bare  wire.    Use  rosin-core  solder  to coat bare wire.  Strip and tin new wire. c. Slide  shrink  tubing  onto  bare  wire.    Splice  bare  wires  and  twist  together  tightly.    Secure  wires  to  prevent movement.  Solder wires. d. Position shrink tubing over spliced wire.  Apply heat and shrink tubing until tubing fits snuggly. C. RING-TYPE CONNECTOR 1. DISASSEMBLE.      Cut   wire   close   to   terminal. Remove and discard terminal. 2. ASSEMBLE. a. Strip wire.  Use care not to nick or cut wire strands. NOTE If  solid  core  solder  is  used  to  coat  wires,  bare  wires  must  be  cleaned  with  flux before tinning. b. Tin bare wire.  Use rosin-core solder to coat bare wire. NOTE New terminal must match ring size of terminal with mounting screw at connection. New terminal crimp tabs must match thickness of wire. c. Insert wire into new terminal.  Crimp terminal to secure wire.  Solder wire to terminal. 2-238

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