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TM 11-5820-890-30-5 7-14. REPLACEMENT OF FL2 FILTER. Continued ITEM ACTION REMARKS INSTALLATION Continued m. n. o. Filter  mounting  plate  (22) Position  filter  mounting  plate  (22)  in connector   case   (12). Three  screws  (25), Use  cross  tip  screwdriver.  Install  and Iockwashers   (24), tighten  three  screws  (25),  Iockwashers and  flat  washers  (23) (24),  and  flat  washers  (23)  securing filter  mounting  plate  (22)  to  connector case   (12). 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. 7-15.  REPLACEMENT  OF  WIRING. Tools: Diagonal  cutting  pliers Wire   stripper Expendable  supplies: Solder Alcohol References: Paragraph Paragraph Soldering  kit Cotton  swabs 7-12  for  removal  and  installation  of  J5  connector. 7-16  for  removal  and  installation  of  threaded  screw  inserts. If  a  screw  is  not  stripped but  will  not  tighten,  inspect its  tapped  hole,  If  the  tap- ped  hole  is  defective,  refer to  paragraph  7-10  for  re- placement   of   connector case   (12). 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). ITEM ACTION REMARKS REMOVAL a.   Eight   screws   (5)   and Use  cross  tip  screwdriver.  Remove  and Iockwashers  (6) 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. b.   J5   connector   (16) 7-16 Check  wiring  list  and  if  applicable  remove connector  J5  from  connector  case  (12). Inspect  each  screw  and  its threaded  screw  insert  (if present)  to  determine  if any  is  defective.  If  a  screw is  stripped,  do  not  replace its  threaded  screw  insert. If  the  holes  are  tapped, there  will  be  no  threaded screw  insert. Refer  to  paragraph  7-12 for   removal   instructions.


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