If a terminal lug is damaged or breaks off a wire,
(2) Cut the tape and remove the wire from
replace it using an exact duplicate terminal lug.
the cable assembly.
d. Replacememt. Replace a wire by disconnect-
(3) Disconnect the wire from the equip-
ment at each end.
ing from the component or components to which
it is connected and remove the wire. Install a new
wire and connect it to the component or compo-
disconnect each end of the wire from the compo-
nent or components to which it is connected.
nents. If a broken wire is part of a cable assem-
bly, disconnect the wire at both ends. Cut. the
tape and remove it from the cable assembly. In-
wire is defective and must be repaired or re-
stall a new wire and attach it to the cable assem-
bly and retape.
c. Replace. Shave the insulation on the wire to
expose 1/2-inch of bare wire at both ends of the
(1) Repair or replace the wire as in para-
break. Twist the bare wire together and solder
graphs c and d above.
the connection. Cover the repair break with elec-
(2) Install the welding machine top and
trical tape. Do not leave any bare wire exposed.
Section X. FRAME AND MAIN TRANSFORMER SUPPORT
(2) Remove the magnetic amplifier (para
The welding machine frame and main transform-
er support assembly is of welded construction
and constructed of heavy metal. It has two skids
which make up the bottom and are designed for
(4) After the three components above are
bolting the welding machine to the floor. The
skids also hold the welding machine approxi-
mately 4-inches above the floor to allow for cir-
sembly is free.
culation of air through the welding machine for
and stabilizer units are welded and bolted to the
and Main Transformer Support
(3) Install the main transformer (para 4-
(1) Remove the main transformer (para