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TM 11-5820-890-30-5 4-55. REPLACEMENT OF CONNECTOR J2 - J6. Tools: Flat  tip  screwdriver 3/4-inch  spanner  wrench Torque  wrench Torque   screwdriver Spanner   attachment Soldering  kit Expendable  Supplies: Solder Silicone   compound Alcohol Cotton  swabs References: Paragraph  4-52  for  removal  and  installation  of  1-Watt  Audio  Amplifier  CCA  (5A2). ITEM ACTION REMARKS REMOVAL a.  Mounting  adapter b.   Access   cover   (1) c. 1-watt  audio  amplifier CCA (4) d.   Protective   caps   (3) e.   Connectors   J2,   J3,   J4, J5,  and  J6  (1) f.   Wires   (11) INSTALLATION g.  Wires  (11) h.   1-watt   audio   amplifier CCA (4) i. Connectors   J2, J3,  J4,  J5,  and  J6  (1) j. Protective  cap  (3) k. Access   cover   (1) Set  on  work  surface  with  right  side toward  you. Remove  and  retain  access  cover  (1). Remove  and  retain  1-watt  audio amplifier  CCA  (4). Remove  protective  cap  (3)  from defective    connector. Using  3/4-inch  spanner  wrench  and  spanner attachment,  remove  and  retain  spanner nut  (4)  and  internal-tooth  Iockwasher  from defective   connector.   Remove   defective connector  from  audio  amplifier  chassis. Remove  insulation  sleeving.  Using  soldering kit,  tag  and  desolder  wires  from  connector. Remove  and  discard  defective  connector. Using  soldering  kit,  solder  tagged  wires to  correct  pins  on  replacement  connector. Remove  wire  tags.  Replace  insulation sleeving. Install  retained  1-watt  audio amplifier  CCA  (4). Apply  silicone  compound  to  o-ring and  install  connector  in  chassis.  Install retained  internal-tooth  Iockwasher  and secure  connector  with  spanner  nut  (4). Using  torque  wrench  and  spanner  attach- ment,  torque  locknuts  to  87  to  93  in-lb. Install  protective  cap  (3)  on  replacement connector. Install. See  figure  4-14.  Refer  to paragraph  4-52  for  access cover   removal   procedures. Refer  to  paragraph  4-52 for   removal   instructions. See  figure  4-16. These   were  removed  in step  f. Before  and  after soldering,  clean  wires and  pins  with  alcohol and  cotton  swabs. Refer  to  paragraph  4-52 for   installation   instructions. These  were  removed  in step  e. See  figure  4-16. This  was  removed  in step  d. See  figure  4-14. These  were  removed  in step  b.  Refer  to  paragraph 4-52  for  access  cover installation   procedures. 4-163


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