figure D-2), removing the old assembly and riv-
eting a new assembly in its place.
(2) The compressed air panel assembly
(item 8, figure D-2) may be replaced by removing
the air-oil separator (item 102, figure D-2), piping
(items 65 and 66, figure D-2) and unbolting the
panel. Sealant (item 81, figure D-2) should be ap-
plied to the new panel before it is bolted in place.
Reinstall the piping and air-oil separator.
(3) The air-oil separator (item 102, figure
D-2) may be replaced by removing two bolts and
washers (items 89 and 103, figure D-2) and dis-
connecting the separator from the piping (item 65,
Fire Extinguisher Bracket. The fire extin-
guisher bracket (item 99, figure D-2) may be re-
placed by removing four bolts, Iockwashers and
flat washers (items 112, 113 and 114, figure D-2)
and installing a new bracket using the hardware
removed from the old one.
f. Shelf/Table. The shelf/table (item 3, figure
D-1) may be replaced by removing eight bolts
(item 17, figure D-1) and installing a new sheIf/
table using the hardware removed from the old
Hook Board. The hook board (item 4, fig-
ure D-1 ) may be replaced by removing two bolts
and washers (items 13, 14 and 21, figure D-1) and
installing a new hook board using the hardware
removed from the old one.
All electrical repairs or replacement
should be performed by an aircraft
electrician or other qualified person.
Electrical Components Maintenance.
Shelter Power Cable.
(1) The shelter power cable (item 2, fig-
ure D-4) should be carefully inspected for breaks
in the jacket insulation and corrosion of the elec-
(2) The connectors (items 3 and 4, figure
D-4) may be replaced using a standard blade
screwdriver to remove the connector covers and
loosen the screws holding the wires in the con-
tacts. Be sure to insert the wires in the same con-
tact on the new connector that they were installed
in on the old connector. Connectors should be
wired in accordance with instructions given in
drawing 4920-EG-058 (figure D-4).
If connectors are improperly wired, a
serious electrical shock hazard may re-
(3) Following repairs or replacement of
parts to the shelter power cable, it should be
checked with an ohmeter for proper connections
between connectors and to insure there are no
shorts between contacts.
The ground contact is bonded to the
b. Light Fixtures. Light fixtures (item 53, fig-
ure D-2) should be inspected for broken lamp
contacts or other damage. The lamp (item 55, fig-
ure D-2) and lamp protector (item 56, figure D-2)
may be replaced by removing the screws (item
107, figure D-2) holding the retaining straps (item
54, figure D-2) to the light fixture. To replace the
light fixture assembly (item 5, figure D-2), first
turn off the 20 amp circuit breaker that supplies
power to the lights in the circuit breaker panel
(items 29 and 30, figure D-2). Using a trouble light
to illuminate the shelter, remove the lamp and
protector as previously described. Remove the
cover of the fixture, disconnect the power wires,
remove the nut holding the conduit connector
(item 36, figure D-2) to the fixture and remove the
screws and washers (items 95 and 111, figure D-
2) securing the fixture to the ceiling. Feed power
wires through the end of the new fixture and se-
cure to the ceiling with screws and washers
(items 95 and 111, figure D-2). Install conduit
connector nut, connect power wires, install fixture
cover, lamp, and lamp protector, then retaining
straps. Turn circuit breaker back on and insure the
new fixture is operating properly.
c. Power Inlet Panel.
(1) Inspect the power inlet panel (item 3,
figure D-2) for loose ground stud (item 28, figure
D-2), corroded power inlet connector (item 25,
figure D-2) and damaged electrical outlet cover
and connector (items 24 and 26, figure D-2), Re-
place the power inlet connector (item 25, figure
D-2) by first de-energizing and removing shelter
power cable. Next remove screws and power inlet
box cover (item 17, figure D-2). Remove four
bolts, washers and nuts (items 108, 109 and 110,
figure D-2) which hold connector to panel and,
using a standard blade screwdriver, loosen con-
tact screws and remove wires from contacts.
*U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1993-555-028/80431