Section X. POST (LOAD) TERMINAL/TERMINAL BOARD MAINTENANCE
4-21. POST (LOAD) TERMINAL/TERMINAL BOARD MAINTENANCE.
This Task covers
Tools - General Mechanics Tool Kit (5180-00-177-7033)
- Multimeter AN/PSM-45 (6625-01-139-2512)
Materials/Parts - Post Terminals (96906); MS39347-2
Terminal Board (97403); 13212E3560
Make sure generator sets are shut down before performing any maintenance on terminals or
terminal boards. Failure to follow this precaution may result in injury or death by electrocution.
There are four load terminals on the switch box terminal board. This procedure is typical for all four. When
reconnecting wires, refer to the schematic inside the switch box (figure 4-4) and to the identification bands on the
Remove 16 screws (1, figure 4-7), lockwashers (2), and flat washers (3) securing cover (4) to switch box
(5) and take cover off switch box.
Before disconnecting wires, make sure wires are tagged to identify load terminal to which they
Working inside switch box (5), remove nut (6) and lockwasher (7) from terminal (8). Detach wire(s) (9) by
sliding terminal lug(s) off stud.