(1) Push fuseholder cap in, turn and remove.
(2) Remove fuse. If fuse only is to be replaced, go to step (5) of installation.
(3) If top cover has not been removed, use screwdriver to remove six screws and lock washers. Remove top
(4) Tag and unsolder leads to fuseholder.
(5) Use wrench to loosen nut on rear of fuseholder.
(6) Remove nut and fuseholder.
(1) Insert fuseholder body through box and use wrench to secure nut.
(2) Using knife, cut two pieces of heat shrinkable tubing, each one-half inch (1.27 cm) long and slide onto leads.
(3) See tags, wire marking or wiring diagram, figure 4-3. Solder leads to fuseholder.
(4) Remove tags.
(5) Slip tubing into place over terminal and using heat gun, shrink tubing in place.
(6) Push fuseholder cap in, turn and remove cap.
(7) Insert fuse into fuseholder.
(8) Place fuseholder cap in body and push in and turn to lock in place.
(9) Place cover on box and line up holes.
(10) Using screwdriver, attach the cover with six screws and lock washers. Do not overtighten, it will cause
Follow-on Procedure: Install evaporator section electrical module assembly. (See paragraph 4-41.)
4-50. RECTIFIER (CR1) AND CAPACITOR (C1) TEST
Conditions of test: 1. Evaporator section electrical module assembly must be connected to an operable air conditioner.
2. 208 V, 3 phase, 400 Hz power, and power cable must be available.
3. Top evaporator cover must be removed. (See paragraph 3-21)
4. Top module cover must be removed. (See paragraph 4-42.)
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