af. Front Panel Plate Repair. Refer to figure 5-13. The front
panel plate (11) is repairable by removing and replacing the turnlock
To replace a turnlock stud, proceed as
studs (figure 5-13, item 10).
Remove front panel plate (11) in accordance with paragraph
Use small needle-nose pliers to remove split-ring washers
Remove damaged stud (10).
Insert replacement stud (10) through hole in plate (11)
and press on split-ring washer (84).
Replace front panel plate (11) in accordance with
PCB Retainer Repair. To PCB retainer (61) is repairable by
removing and replacing the silicone rubber pad. To replace the rubber
strip, proceed as follows:
(Refer to paragraph 5-12e.)
(1) Remove the PCB retainer.
(2) Use knife or other sharp tool to remove damaged silicone
Adequate ventilation should be provided while using tri-
Prolonged breathing of vapor
should be avoided. The solvent should not be used near
heat or open flame; the products of decomposition are tox-
ix and irritating.
Since trichlorotrifluoroethane dis-
solves natural oils, prolonged contact with skin should be
avoided. When necessary, use gloves that the solvent can-
If the solvent is taken internally, consult
a physician immediately.
(3) Remove old adhesive using cloth dampened (not wet) with
trichlorotrifluoroethane (item 18, App. D).
(4) Cut new piece of silicone rubber (item 38, App. D).
(5) Apply coating of clear adhesive, type 608 (item 1, App. D
to top surface of PCB retainer, then place silicone rubbe
on PCB retainer and allow one minute to dry.