4-28. WIRING (CONT)
a. Inspect power cable for cracked or frayed insulation material.
8. Power Cable
b. Inspect all terminals for damaged condition.
c. Disconnect each of the power cable terminations and using a
multimeter, set on low ohms scale, touch probes to each
termination and their corresponding connector pin and verify
that there is continuity (see Wiring Diagram, Appendix F):
(1) Connector Pin (NEUTRAL)
(2) Connector Pin (COMMON)
(3) Connector Pin (GROUND)
d. Repair or replace power cable if there is NO continuity.
a. Remove insulation to expose 1/2 inch of bare wire on each
side of break.
b. Twist the wire ends together and solder the splice.
c. Cover the splice with PVC electrical tape, making certain to
cover all repaired areas.
d. Replace broken terminal lugs with exact duplicates.
TOP AND RIGHT SIDE OF HOUSING
10. Right Side Panel a. Align holes in right side panel with holes in housing.
b. Secure right side panel with seventeen (17) screws.
11. Top Rear Panel a. Align holes in top rear panel with holes in housing.
b. Secure top rear panel with nine (9) screws.
12. Top Front Panel a. Align holes in top front panel with holes in housing.
b. Secure top front panel with seven (7) screws.
13. Top Center Panel a. Align holes in top center panel with holes in top front and
top rear panels.
b. Secure top center panel with ten (10) screws.