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REPAIR  INSTRUCTIONS (cont)
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TM-11-5820-890-30-5 Ground Non-Icom Radio Sets Consisting of: Receiver-Transmitter Radio RT-1439/VRC (NSN 5896-01-195-0827) Manual
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REPLACEMENT  OF  POWER  SUPPLY  (5A1 (cont)


TM 11-5820-890-30-5 4-17. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF 5A3TB2 SHORTING BAR. The  5A3TB2  shorting  bar,  which  is  only  present  on  the  AM-7239/VRC,  must  be  removed  prior  to  testing  the mounting  adapter.  It  must  be  installed  on  the  AM-7239/VRC  prior  to  returning  the  mounting  adapter  to  service. Tools: Cross  tip  screwdriver Flat  tip  screwdriver Torque   screwdriver ITEM ACTION REMARKS a. b. c. d. e. Mounting   adapter Six  captive  screws  (1)  on rear  access  cover  (2) Rear  access  cover  (2) and seal Shorting  bar  (3) Rear   access   cover (2),  seal,  and  six  captive screws  (1) Set  on  its  right  side  with  bottom  toward you. Using  flat  tip  screwdriver,  fully  loosen  six captive  screws  (1)  securing  rear  access cover  (2)  on  power  control  chassis. Lift  off  of  power  control  chassis. Check  its  position.  If  it  is  properly  install- ed,  skip  to  step  e.  Otherwise,  using  cross tip  screwdriver,  remove  and  retain  two screws  securing  shorting  bar  (3)  to  termi- nal  block  TB2.  Remove  and  retain  short- ing  bar  for  use  after  testing  is  completed. Check  seal.  If  damaged,  replace  rear  ac- cess  cover  (2).  Otherwise,  set  it  in  place and  tighten  six  captive  screws  (1)  secur- ing  it  to  power  control  chassis.  Using torque  screwdriver,  torque  screws  to  8 to  10  in-lb. See  figure  4-3. For  local  operation,  it should  connect  5A3TB2-1 to  5A3TB2-2.  For  remote operation  or  testing,  it must  not  connect 5A3TB2-1  to  5A3TB2-2. This  was  removed  in step  c. Figure  4-3.  Shorting  Bar  Installation. 4-99


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