filter FL1 (45) to disconnect ac stator leads. Remove
Separation of circuit card CSV2215-3 and
base allows one sleeve spacer (17) to come
(42), and four lockwashers and flat washers (43 and 44)
loose. Preserve this spacer with other hard-
ware for subsequent reassembly.
i. Remove two screws (46), two flat washers (48) to
d. Before disconnecting regulator leads from their
free bracket (49), Remove two screws (50 and 51) and
terminations on the board, make certain they are color-
lift regulator housing (52) from the generator section
(58). Ventilation duct (53) may also be removed at this
Use a 50-watt (or less) soldering iron with a
grounded tip when unsoldering leads. Current
4 - 1 0 . Disassembly of Regulator Card As-
s e m b l y CSV2215-2 or CSV2215-3
enough to damage semiconductors and tran-
Disassembly only to the extent necessary to effect
e. Use a sharp knife to trim protective coating from
repair. Proper troubleshooting procedures will isolate
around defective parts. Turn the circuit card over and
defective parts rapidly, and minimize the possibility of
remove all coating from solder joints. Remove only the
overlooking secondary malfunctions.
coating covering the defective parts; do not disturb
a. Remove nut (1), lockwasher (2), flat washers (3)
coating on the surrounding area.
and screw (4), to detach loop clamp (5) from base (6).
b. Remove nut (7), lockwasher (8), flat washers (9)
f. If any of the electrical leads are broken or
and screw (10), to detach red electrical lead (11) from
damaged, the entire lead must be replaced. Do not at-
tempt to splice the leads.
c. Remove nuts (12), lockwasher (13), flat washers
(14) and machine screws (15). Lift circuit card (16)
Removal of spacers, and disassembly of L1 or
L2 is not recommended.