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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 J5 CONNECTOR.  Continued


TM 11-5820-890-30-5 7-11. REPLACEMENT OF J1, J2, J3, OR J4 CONNECTOR. Continued ITEM ACTION REMARKS INSTALLATION  Continued f.   Connector   terminals Use  soldering  kit  and  soldering  aid. NOTE Solder  wires  to  correct  terminals  of Ensure  each  wire connector.   If   necessary,   slide Iation  sleeving  on insulation  sleeving  down  over  con- if  necessary,  and has insu- it nection,  and  apply  heat  to  it  until  it each  wire  is  placed  through shrinks  tight  around  the  connection. mounting  hole  in  connector case  (12).  While  soldering wires,  attach  heat  sink  to bare  wire  between  insula- tion  sleeving  and  terminal. Before  and  after  soldering, clean  wires  and  terminals with  cotton  swabs and  alcohol. g.   Tiedown   straps   (13) Replace  any  tiedown  straps  (13)  that were   removed. h.              Eight  screws  (5) Use  cross  tip  screwdriver.  Install  and and  Iockwashers  (6) hand  tighten  eight  screws  (5)  and Iockwashers  (6)  securing  access cover  (1)  to  connector  case  (12). Use  torque  screwdriver.  Torque screws  to  8  to  10  in-lb. If  a  screw  is  not  stripped but  will  not  tighten,  refer to  paragraph  7-16  for replacement  of  its  threaded screw  insert  (if  present). If  a  tapped  hole  is  defec- tive,  refer  to  paragraph 7-10  for  replacement  of the   connector   case.   (12). 7-12. REPLACEMENT OF J5 Tools: Flat  tip  screwdriver Adjustable  wrench Expendable  supplies: Silicone   compound Alcohol References: CONNECTOR. Soldering  kit Cotton  swabs Solder Paragraph  7-16  for  removal  and  installation  of  threaded  screw  inserts. ITEM ACTION REMARKS REMOVAL a.   Electrical   connector assembly  (13A1) Set  on  work  surface  with  J5  connector (16)  toward  you.  See  figure  7-2. 7-11


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