Aline insert (10) with plug shell (8) so key on insert matches keyway in plug shell and push
insert into shell until it seats.
Aline contacts (11) with corresponding holes in insert (10) and slide contacts into insert
until spacer (9) is flush against insert (10).
Slide housing (2) up against plug shell (8) and secure with three screws (6) and three
Slide collar (4) and packing gland (3) up cable (5) into housing (2).
Tighten cable grip nut (1) against housing (2).
Test cable for continuity (paragraph 4-27).
Switch Box Repair. The power plant switch box assembly is repaired by replacing defective com-
ponents or by repairing individual wires within the switch box. Replacement of the switches is author-
ized only at the Intermediate direct support and general support levels of maintenance.
Ail internal switch box wiring is labeled for identification with reference desig-
nations of its points of connection. If labeling has been removed, or is
illegible, tag wires for identification before removing them.
a. Switch Replacement. (See figure 5-6.)
To avoid risk of injury or death by electrocution, do not remove switch box rear
cover while either power unit is still connected to swtich box.
(a) Remove 18 screws (1, figure 5-6), 18 Iockwashers (2), and 18 flat washers (3) secur-
ing rear cover (4) to switch box (5) and remove cover.
(b) Remove six nuts (6) and six Iockwashers (7) securing wires (8) to switch (9) and slide
wire terminals off threaded posts (10) on switch.
(c) Remove six screws (11), and six flat washers (12) securing switch (9) to switch box
(13) and remove switch.
(a) Position switch (9) in switch box (13), making certain it is right side up, and secure with
six screws (11) and six flat washers (12).
(b) Install seven wires (8) on switch (9) and secure with one nut (6) and one Iockwasher
(7) on each threaded post (10).
(c) Position rear cover (4) on switch box (5) and secure with 18 screws (1), 18 lock-
washers (2), and 18 flat washers (3).