4-22. CONTROL PANEL - CONTINUED
Inspect components for damage, cracks, damaged terminals, and signs of overheating.
1. POWER RECEPTACLE.
a. Remove four screws (9), lockwashers (11), and nuts (10) from panel (8).
b. Remove power receptacle (15), cap and chain (13), and gasket (14) from panel (8).
c. Unthread endbell (1) from connector body (2).
d. Slide the exposed ferrule (3) and grommet (4) out of the connector body and down the wires.
Solder and flux contain materials which are hazardous to health. Avoid breathing vapors
or fumes from soldering operations. Perform operations only in well-ventilated areas.
Wash hands with soap and water after handling solder and flux.
e. Tag and unsolder wires from connector pins. Discard connector body (2), grommet (4), ferrule (3), and endbell
f. Place new endbell (1) and ferrule (3) over wires with the key (5) on the end of the ferrule toward the connector
ends of the wires.
g. Thread wires through marked grommet (RED through A, GREEN through B, and BLACK through C.
h. Solder wires to pins as follows: RED wire to pin A, GREEN wire to pin B, and BLACK wire to pin C.
i. Slide ferrule (3) down over grommet (4). Align key (5) on felrule with keyway in connector body (2). Press
grommet and ferrule down firmly into connector body.
j. Slide the endbell (1) down along the wires and over the installed ferrule and grommet. Thread the endbell onto
the connector body. Tighten endbell securely.
k. Install gasket (14) on power receptacle (15).
l. Position power receptacle (15) on the control panel (8), and secure with four screws (9), nuts (10), and washers
(11). Make sure ground wire is attached to one screw (9).
m. Install cap and chain assembly (] 3) to one of the screws on front of panel.