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TM-32-5865-216-24-P Tunable Coupler CU-2293/ALQ-151(V) Manual
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REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES
TM 32 5865-216-24&P
Tag all wires to J4 for proper reconnection, then use extractor
e.
tool to remove wires from connector.
5-10.16. Blank Connector for J2 Removal.
Remove top cover (3) in accordance with paragraph 5-10.1.
a.
b.
Remove the three screws (51), nuts (52), and four lock washers
(54) and flat washers (53) securing the blank connector (56) to
the front panel (24).  Remove the blank connector.
5-10.17. Blank Connectors for J3 and J4 Removal.
Remove the bottom panel (5) in accordance with paragraph
a.
5-10.2.
b.
Remove the four screws (57) , lock washers (58), flat washers
(59) and nuts (60) securing the blank connector (42 and 50)
with connector cap and chain (47 or 40).
Filter FL5 Removal.
Remove bottom panel (5) in accordance with paragraph 5-10.2.
a.
Tag and unsolder the wires to filter FL5 (61).
b.
Remove the two screws (62), lock washers (63) and flat washers
c.
(64) securing filter shield (65) to the chassis.
Remove the filter shield from the chassis and the filter from
d.
the filter shield.
Rivet Removal.
File a flat area on the head of the rivets securing the vent
a.
cover or identification plate.
Center punch on the flat surface of the rivet heads.
b.
Select a drill one size smaller than the rivet shank and drill
c.
out the rivet heads.  Drill the rivet to the depth of its head,
while holding the drill at a 90 angle.  The rivet head will
often break away and climb the drill, which is a good signal to
withdraw the drill.
If the rivet head does not come loose of its own accord, insert
d.
a drift punch into the hole and twist slightly to either side
until the head comes off.
Drive out the shank of the rivets with a drift punch slightly
e.
smaller than the diameter of the shank.

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