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CIRCUIT BREAKER REPLACEMENT
This task covers:
Batteries disconnected (para 7-61).
Tags, Identification (Item 32, Appendix C)
Ties, Cable, Plastic (item 34, Appendix C)
Lockwasher(s) (Item 94, Appendix G)
Tools and Special Tools
Tool Kit, Genl Mech (Item 54, Appendix F)
Some circuit breakers have dedicated
ground wires. Many circuit breakers
are connected by use of a common
bus bar. When removing bus bar,
ensure connection point is marked.
This will enable proper positioning
Except for 5 amp DDEC circuit
breaker, circuit breaker wiring is
easily identified by type of
connector. Negative (-) wire has
round connector and positive (+)
wire has pronged connector.
Tag and mark wires before
(1) Remove eight screws (1) and cover (2)
from electronic control box assembly (3).
Do step (2) only if removing 5 amp
DDEC circuit breaker.
(2) Remove two wires (4 and 5) from rear of 5
amp DDEC breaker (6).
(3) Remove screws (7), lockwashers (8), wire
(9), and bus bar (10) (if installed) from
(4) Disconnect wire(s) (12) from circuit
(5) Remove nut (13) from face of circuit
breaker (6 or 11).
(6) Remove circuit breaker (6 or 11) from side
of electronic control box assembly (3).
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