Always secure and tag circuit breakers in the OFF position or disconnect equipment's
power cord from receptacle before attempting any electrical repairs, even minor repairs
such as replacing a light bulb. The latrine is a wet environment capable of posing an
electrical shock hazard when personnel have direct contact with energized wires or metal
parts. Failure to observe this safety warning may result in serious injury or death to
1. Disconnect site power and apply tag to input receptacle.
2. Remove fasteners retaining rear panel cover (1) and remove cover.
3. Remove retainer ring (2) from rear of 60A supply (3).
4. Remove harness plug (4) from rear of 60A supply (3).
The CL is fitted with one 20A twist lock receptacle. The CLS is fitted with two 120V
convenience receptacles. The procedure for testing and replacing either receptacle is
5. Tag and disconnect wires from 20A receptacle (CL) or 15A convenience outlet receptacle (CLS) (5).
6. Remove screws and washers securing receptacle (5) to panel (6). Save screws and washers
7. Remove receptacle (5) from panel (6).
8. Replace new receptacle ((3) or (5) as applicable) into place on panel (6), and secure with screws.
9. Install harness plug (4) into rear of 60A supply (3).
10. Install retainer ring (2) onto rear of 60A supply (3).
11. Re-connect wires to 20A receptacle (CL) or 15A convenience outlet receptacle (CLS) (5) as tagged.
12. Install panel cover (1).
13. Reconnect site power and test for normal operation.