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REPLACEMENT  OF  SNAP  LINE  DRIVER  CCA.  Continued


TM 11-5820-890-30-5 4-41.  REPLACEMENT  OF TERMINAL BLOCK TB1.  Continued ITEM ACTION REMARKS INSTALLATION  Continued i. Wires Using  soldering  kit,  solder  tagged  wires to  bottom  of  replacement  terminal  block TB1  (1).  Remove  wire  tags. j. Bottom Install  retained  bottom  cover  (13)  on cover  (13) power  supply  chassis  (16). 4-42. REPLACEMENT OF SNAP LINE DRIVER CCA. Tools: Cross  tip  screwdriver Torque   screwdriver Flat  tip  screwdriver Expendable  Supplies: Cotton  swabs Solder These  were  removed  in step  b.  Before  and  after soldering,   clean   solder joints  with  alcohol  and cotton   swabs. Refer  to  paragraph  4-40  for installation   procedures. Soldering  kit Alcohol ITEM ACTION REMARKS REMOVAL a.  Mounting  adapter Set  on  work  surface  with  back  toward you. b.   17   captive   screws Using  flat  tip  screwdriver,  fully  loosen  17 captive  screws  securing  power  supply  (1) to  mounting  adapter  chassis. c.   Power   supply   (1) Set  power  supply  (1)  with  heatsink See  figure  4-4. assembly  face  down  on  work  surface. d.  SNAP  line  driver  CCA  (7) Using  cross  tip  screwdriver,  remove  and See  figure  4-13. retain  two  screws  (8),  Iockwashers  (9), flat  washers  (10),  and  non-metallic washers  (11)  securing  defective  SNAP line  driver  CCA  (7)  to  power  supply chassis   (6). e.   Wires Using  soldering  kit,  tag  and  desolder wires  from  terminals  on  defective  SNAP line  driver  CCA.  Remove  and  discard SNAP line driver CCA. 4-144


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