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TM 11-5820-890-30-5 7-10.  REPLACEMENT  OF  CONNECTOR  CASE. Tools: Cross  tip  screwdriver Adjustable  wrench Flat  tip  screwdriver Soldering  kit Expendable  supplies: Silicone   compound Cotton  swabs Sealing   compound, Alcohol grade H Solder ITEM ACTION REMARKS REMOVAL a.   Eight   screws   (5)   and Iockwashers  (6) b.   Two   screws   (14) (four  screws  for older  versions) c.   Guide   pin   (15) d.   J5   connector   (16) e.   J5   connector   (16)   wires f.   J5   connector   (16) Use  cross  tip  screwdriver.  Remove  and inspect  eight  screws  (5)  and  lockwash- ers  (6)  securing  access  cover  (1)  to connector  case  (12).  If  damaged, obtain   replacement.   Lay   access   cover to  one  side.  See  figure  7-2. Use  flat  tip  (or  cross  tip)  screwdriver. Remove  and  inspect  two  (or  four) screws  (14)  securing  J5  connector (16)  to  connector  case  (12). If   damaged,   obtain   replacement. Use  adjustable  wrench.  Remove  and inspect  guide  pin  (15)  securing  J5 connector  (16)  to  connector  case (12).   If   damaged,   obtain   replacement. Gently  pull  out  top  of  J5  connector If  necessary,  remove (16). tiedown   strap   (13). Record  location  of  wires  soldered  to terminals  of  J5  connector  (16). NOTE Use  soldering  kit.  Desolder  each  wire Place  heat  sink  on  bare connected  to  J5  connector  (16). part  of  wire  just  above area  to  be  resoldered. Remove  J5  connector  (16)  from connector  case  (12),  and  inspect  it for  damage.  If  damaged,  obtain replacement. 7-7


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