DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
5.1. POWER CABLE ASSEMBLIES REPAIR.
This task covers: a. Testing b. Disassembly c. Assembly
General Safety Instructions:
General Mechanics Tool Set (Appendix B, Section III,
High voltage is used in the portable shower
module. Care must be taken to avoid personal
Injury or death from energized circuits.
lead and the corresponding contact point on the connector (1). Repair cable assembly if no continuity
is indicated on any one lead.
(2) Using multimeter set to measure continuity, check between system power cable assembly plug (2) contact
points and the corresponding contact points on each connector (3 and 4). Repair cable assembly if no
continuity is indicated on any lead.
Repair is limited to replacement of missing or damaged components.
Disassemble only to the extent necessary to repair the item.
(1) Input Power Cable Assembly.
(a) Slipcover cap (5) off input power cable assembly.
(b) Remove connector (1).
(c) Remove two ID straps (6) from wire leads.
(d) Replace any damaged or missing components.