SECTION IV UNIT MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
4.5. POWER CABLE ASSEMBLIES TESTING
This task covers: a. Inspection b. Removal c. Testing d. Installation
Input power connector disconnected from power source.
General Safety Instructions:
High voltage is used in the portable shower
module. Care must be taken to avoid personnel
injury or death from energizing circuits.
Inspection. Check power cable assemblies for damage, deterioration, or missing parts. Replace assembly if
necessary. Send removed assembly to direst support maintenance for repair.
Removal. Disconnect system power cable assembly (1) from input power cable assembly (2), pump assembly, and
any other attached item.
(1) Using multimeter set to measure continuity, check between each input power cable assembly loose lead (3)
and the corresponding contact point (4) on the connector. Replace cable assembly (2) if no continuity is
indicated on any one head.
(2) Using multimeter set to measure continuity, check between system power cable assembly plug contact
points (5) and the corresponding contact points (6) on each connector. Replace cable assembly (1) if no
continuity is indicated on any lead.
(1) Connect system power cable assembly (1) to pump assembly, any other attached item, and input power cable
(2) Connect input power cable assembly (2) to power source if disconnected and start up the shower facility. See