3-64. LOOSE CASE ASSEMBLY (1A14) COMPONENTS, ASSEMBLIES,
3-65. Use a No. 1 or No. 2 Phillips screwdriver, as applicable, to tighten any loose mounting hardware.
3-66. OVERHEATED, CRACKED, BROKEN,
3-67. Overheated, cracked, broken, or missing PCB/PWB components can be repaired using standard
repair techniques, if it is deemed practical.
3-69. Reheat and/or resolder any cold soldered joints found during the inspection procedures.
OR MISSING ASSEMBLY/MODULE LOCATOR PINS
3-71. If either of these conditions are noted, notify nearest Maintenance Facility of rework/replacement
3-72. EXCESSIVELY WORN GEARS
excessively worn gears
in Coil Gear Assembly 1A8A3 and Bandswitch Gear Assembly 1A8A4 are
noted during the inspection procedures, record evidence and notify nearest Maintenance Facility of
3-75. If metallic gears are dirty proceed as follows:
Use a non-metallic brush dampened with either Methylelhylketone (MEK) (Federal Specification
TT-M-261) or Trichlorethylene (Federal Specification 0-T-634) to clean dirt from gears. Allow gear to
Lubricate gears at the points indicated in figure 3-3 with Lubriplate Grease (RF Specification No.
OR BROKEN INDUCTOR HOUSING (1A8A5L1)
3-77. If during the inspection procedures a cracked or broken inductor housing is noted, notify the
nearest Maintenance Facility of replacement requirement.
OR DAMAGED (OVERHEATED) CAPACITORS 1A14C1
3-79. If capacitor 1A14C1 and/or C2 are broken, damaged, or overheated proceed as follows:
Prior to performing the subsequent operations, note and sketch orientation
of all associated terminals, wires, and components.
Refer to paragraphs 3-31 and 3-33 for removal of card cage assembly (P/N 775017A4205) and
removal of component bracket (P/N 755017A4064).
Once component bracket (P/N 755017A4064) is accessible, use a No. 1 Phillips head screwdriver to
loosen and remove the hardware connecting the wires to capacitor 1A14C1. Then loosen the Philips head
screw that secures the capacitor in the capacitor mounting bracket. Lift capacitor 1A14C1 and 1A14C2
out of the mounting bracket.