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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL MANUAL
OPERATOR, ORGANIZATIONAL, OS, AND
GS MAI NTENANCE MANUAL
BATTERY CONTROL CENTRAL AN/MSW-8
1430-00-078-1385
(PERSHING IA FIELD ARTILLERY LJ
MISSILE SYSTEM)
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WARNING
DANGEROUS VOLT AGE
is used in the operation of this equipment.
DEATH ON CONTACT
may result if personnel fail to observe safety precautions.
Never work on electronic equipment unless there is another person nearby who is familiar with the
operation and hazards of the equipment and who is competent in administering first aid. When the
technician is aided by operators, he must warn them about dangerous areas.
Whenever possible, the power supply to the equipment must be shut off before beginning work on
the equipment. Take particular care to ground every capacitor likely to hold a dangerous potential.
When working inside the equipment, after the power has been turned off. always ground every part
before touching it.
Be careful not to contact high-voltage connections when installing or operating this equipment.
Whenever the nature of the operation permits. keep one hand away from the equipment to reduce
the hazard of current flowing through vital organs of the body.
Do not be misled by the term "low voltage." Potentials as low as 50 volts may cause death under
adverse conditions.
For Artificial Respiration, refer to FM 21-11.
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS POTENTIALS
exist at numerous p<>ints throughout this equipment. Operat ing and main-
tenance personnel must exercise caution at all times when working with
exp<>sed circuitry.
WARNING
HAZARDOUS SOLVENTS
When using solvents. be sure that the area is well ventilated. Use gloves and eye protection. Respiratory
protection prescribed by TB MED 223 shall be used if adequate ventilation is not provided. Flammable
solvents shall be kept away from heat, sparks, and open flame. Flush the eyes and skin with water
for 16 minutes if they should become contaminated.
TOXIC AND FLAMMABLE CHEMICALS
Use only in well-ventilated areas. Avoid repeated and prolonged contact with the skin. Keep away
from heat, sparks, and open flame. Use respiratory equipment specified by TB MED 223 if work must
be accomplished in confined areas. Flush contaminated areas of the body with water.
CHEMICAL, BIOlOGICAl, AND RADIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
When persons have been or are suspected to have lx-en exposed to chemical, biological, or radiological
contamination, refer to TM 9-1300-275/2 for decontamination procedures.

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DANGUOUS NOISE l EVU
EXISTS IN THE VICINITY OF AN OPERATING
TRANSPORTABLE GUIDED MISSILE SYSTEM
POWER STATI ON
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PTS/ PS VEHIClE
WITH PROGRAMMER
TEST SIATION
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EXPOSURE TIME liMITS DO NOT
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MAY RESULT IF PEitSONNEl REMAIN EXPOSED
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AREAS ARE AS IllUSTRATED
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.t HET: NO WORK AREA
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TM 9-1427-381-14
Technical Manual )
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No. 9-1427-381-14)
HEADQUARTERS,
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Washington. D.C .. 18 April1969
Operator, Orgcmizotional, DS, cmd GS Mointena nce Manual:
BATTERY CONTROL CENTRAL AN/ MSW-8
(PERSHING la FIELD ARTillERY MISSILE SYSTEM)
REI'ORJ ING OF ERRORS
You can help improve this manual by calling at tent ion to er rors and by
recommending improvements and sta ti ng your reasons for the recommen
dat ions. Your letter or DA F'orm 2028, necommcnded Changes to Publica
t ions, should be mailed directly to Commander. U.S. Armv Missile Com-
mand. ATTN: DRSMI-NPM. Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898. A reply will be
furnished direct lv to vou.
CHAPTf; R I INTRODUCT ION
Seetion I. General , , . . , , , . . , , . , . , . , , . , .. . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 thru 1-6.1 ).1 1-2
11. Description and data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . thru 1 12 1-2.1 thru 1-8
CH APT ER 2 P RINCI P l .ES OF 2- 1 t h ru >.fi 2.1 tbru 2.1
CHAItt:R 3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. Ser vice upon recP.ipt of riel . .. .... . . . . . ....... . .. . .... . :l -1 t hru 3-:i 31
II. Controls and . . . . . . ... .. ... .. ... . ............ . .. . 3- 1
III. Emplace-ment ... . . .. ... .. . . . .. ... . .. . . . . . ... .. . . . .... . . . .. . t hru
8:6tbru a..8
I V. Operational tc$t ....... .. ... .. ... .. ........ . ......... .. .. . :l-1 () l hru :1-20 !!-12, 3-13
v. Operat ion under usual conditions ..................... . . , . . . 3-2! :l-23 3- 14
VI. CJperatlon un usual <"onditions .. . . . . . ... . . .... . ... . . .. . 3-14
VI I. Preparation for trao., el .......... . ....................... . . 3-15, 3-16
VIII. Removal and installation or van M4 . . ... . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 3-29 thru 3-31 :l-16 thru 3 18
CHAPTER 4, ORGANIZATIONAl. MAINTENANCf;
Seclion 1. Repair part s. toolJ>, and . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . ... . . . 4-.1 t h ru d-3 d-1
II. Cleaning. lubr ication, painting, a:nd corrositut controJ . ..... .. . 4-1, 4-2
III, Preve nt ive mH.i'nlfm ance . . , . . , , . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . 4-3
IV. Correctht rnai ntenanec .. . .. . . ... . . . .. . . . ........ . ....... . ,s. J I Jh w .U jtl 4 -9 jbry ,j-72
CHAPTER 5 OS AND GS
Sect ion I. Repair parts, t.<Jols, ahd .................. . .... .. . 5-1
II. Inspection . . .. . . . . . . ... . . . .. . . . . . . .... . . ... . . . .. . ... . 5-!
Ill. Correetive .... . .... . . . . . . ...... . . ... . .... . :;. 7 t hru !:i -:H 5:lthru 5-8
IV. Ttoubleshooting ... . ...... . .................. . ... . . . .. . . .. . 5-12
APPENDIX A. XN:NOM!U; SUI' I' l.IJ::S AN[} MATERIALS l.IS'J' .. ., .................................. ............ . A- 1
1!. BASIC: lilii!IK l]"EMS I.ISJ' ANP TROOP JNST-Il.I,E:Il I'IH
AliTliOI! IZW LIST ..................... ..... ................. .............. ......... ...................... ... ... ....... .. B-1
C Al . CHARTS ........ .... ...... ... ..... .......... ... ... ..... .......... .. .... .. .. C-1
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
Section I. GENERAL
TM 9-1427-381-14
1-1. Scope.
J This manual contains instructions for operation
and organizational and DS and GS maintenance
of Guided Missile Battery Control Central
AN/MSW-8 (BCC) used in the PERSHING Ia
Field Artillery Missile System. Included are de-
scription, principles of operation, operating in
structions, preventive maintenance, and correc
tive maintenance. The instructions are intended
for maintenance personnel who have been
trained in general maintenance procedures. This
manual provides information for equipment
peculiar only to the BCC. For references to
manuals containing . information on equipment
not fully covered in this manual, refer to table
11. For a complete listing of the manuals ap-
plicable to the PERSHING Ia Field Artillery
Missile System, refer to TM 9-1425-380-L.
TabU. 11. Rtfer<JM to Mo"uala for
Not l ncl...Ud in Thil MG,.,..u
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1-2. Reponing Equipment Improvement
Recommendations ( EIR's).
Effi's can and must be submitted by anyone
who is aware of an unsatisfactory condition
with the equipment design or use. It is not nee
eBB&ry to show a new design or list a better
way to perform a procedure; just simply tell
why the design is unfavorable or why a pro-
cedure is difficult. EIR's may be submitted on
SF 368 (Quality Deficiency Report). Mail direct-
ly to Commander, U.S. Army Missile Command,
ATTN: DRSMI-NEM, Redstone Arsenal, AL
35898. A reply will be furnished to you.
1-3. Maintenance Allocation.
Maintenance responsibilities prescribed in this
maoual will apply as reflected in the mainte-
nance allocation charts (appendix C) and as re-
flected by the allocation of repair parts as listed
in TM 9-1430-383-20P and TM 9-1430-383-34P.
When the repair, modification, or adjustment
is beyond the scope of organizational mainte-
nance, refer the equipment to DS and GS main
tenance; if beyond the scope of DS and GS
maintenance, refer the equipment to a higher
echelon of maintenance.
Air conditioner
AM receiver AN/GRR5
and mount MT 768/URR
Antenna AT-912/VRC
Support AB-719/VRC
Element AT-1096/VRC and
AT-1095/VRC !obtclling
unit MX-2799/VRC
Antenna AS-1729/VRC
Element A5-1730/VRC
Antenna group RC-292
FM receiver R-442/ VRC
and mount MT-1898/VRC
FM tr:>nocelver AN/ VRC-46
and AN/VRC-47 and
mount MT -1029/VRC
Ge-nerotor, 16 .. kw
HandMt H-138/U
Headaet H-118/U
Headaet H-161() / U
Heater, guo line
Loudapeaker LS-166/U
Loudopeaker LS-454/U
Radio Mt control
C-2328/GRA-39
Remote IIPUic "'"'"*
AN/TRC-188 and
AN/ TRC-188A
Telephone TA-312/PT
Telephone awitcllboard
SB-22/ PT
Trailer MZOOA l
Vehiele M791
TM 6-4120-259-11>
TM 11-286
TM 116820-40110
TM 115820-401-10

TM 11-5820-40110
TM
TM 401-10,
and
TM 116820-401-86
TM
TM 116966-257-16
Til 1111&1'
TM 116966-llft-18
TM 6-4620-309-16
TM 11 118111 !??.16P
TM 11-6820-40110
11-5820-477-JJ
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TM 11-6820-477-86

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TM 11-6806-ZS'-11
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TM 115806-262-S&
TM 9-2DI-206-14 and
TN 6-9067

TM 9-281n-280-lP,
TM 9-281n-280.20P,

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1-3.1. Expendclble Bulk and ConJumable
Maintenance ltemJ.
Prescribed expendable bulk and consumable
maintenance items (e.g .. paintbr ushes, cleaning
r ags, petroleum products, cleaning compounds,
adhesives, solder, and paint.s) are designated by
national stock numbers INSN's, formerly
r'SN's). Refer to CT A 50-970 for detailed data
and requisitioning instructions for these items.
Refer to appendix A for a list of expendable
supplies and materials used within this manual.
1-4. FormJ, RecordJ, and Reports.
For a listing of forms. records. and reports per-
taining to the materiel covered in this manual,
and instructions for t heir use, refer to TM 38
750.
I 1-S. DiHerences Among Models.
This manual covers BCC's with serial numbers
OOOO'l, 00003, 00005, 00006. and 02001 and up.
Serial number 00003 inter nal wiring differs
from that s hown in the manual. Wiring
diagrams are provided in that BCC for trouble-
shooting and repair purposes.
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16. Reference Designations and
Abbreviations.
a. Reference Reference desig
nations for t he PERSHING I a Field Artillery
Missile System are combinations of let ters and
numbers used for identifying electrical and me-
chanical assemblies and parts. The reference
designat ions used in this manual are listed be
low.
99AI

!19A3
99M
99A8
99AIO
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99AI2
99.\13
99AI4
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99AI6
99.\17
99AIS

991\20
99Atl
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PAL unit T-l.500 I number 21
PAL unit T-l:,oo 1numbttr :l 1
Remot(' ririnJ.t 00:( l
Remote hox 2
Remote hox a
Telephone TA.:J12t PT ITRC-133.
Channcl41
Tdphon TA:liU PT 1f1ELO SWBOI
Remote tonsol('
PatchinJZ: swit<hbo&rd
Alert warninJ<t sn itch
Blower unit
NCO intercom seltoet panel
CMDR intercl)m selt>ct panel
Recorder's 1 control bo:'l:
2 control box
Recorder's 3 control box
P(lwer (f('('Order's J radio st't controh
Pouer adapter 2 radio S('( tontroiJ
Po"'<'r adaJHCr 3 r;:c.tlio :wt control)
99A22
99A2:l
99A21

99A26
99A2i
!t!JA28

99A:l0
99A31
9SA:)"l
99A33

9SA3.)
99A36
99A37
991\38
99A39
9SA40
99!141
99M2
99A43
Power adapter (CMOR radio set controlt
Ptmcr :ula.s>ter (NCO radio set C'Ontrol)
Power adapter 1 radio se-t t()ntrol to

TRC-80 panel
9v dt J)m,er supvtr
de power SUJPir 1
2;)" de J>OWt}r 2
Emcr)(cncy lil(ht tri.cht sideJ
liJ:ht sideJ
liJ,.::ht (left sidet
y.; merlil:tn( r listht t ltft side
Powt>r fntnel
Circuit breaker s...,itth box
20-l-11. ot'dllator
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Radio t control C-2:.!28/ GRA-39 iCMORI
Radio S<:t control C2:3281GRA:I9 !NCO!
Radlo set control C2:.S2SIGRA39 (recorder's
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Radio set control C-2:328/ GRA-39 (recorder's
21
Radio stt control C-2:J2S/ GRA-39 (recorder's
3)
Radio tie' C()ntrol Ho
AN/ TRC!lOI
AM radio r<:1:ivcr AN/ C
Status displi.ly panel
b. The listing below contains
the abbreviations used in this manual and the
terms associated with each.
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1- 6. 1. Inventory listing.
The following items accompany the !:ICC or are
required for installation, operation, or operator's
maintenance. This list is for inventory purposes
only.
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4210.00.7278111 Ax, pick bead I
II 05401-9 Ladder. straight I
5820-00-503-2953 Base, mast I
623().00.956-4478 Lantern, band 2
Box, stowage I
110540639 Lead, electrical I
110386149 Cable .... mbly I
MSSI922-I Nut, aelflockina 4
11053819-9 Cable ... embly 6
1105390S9 Reelina machine, includint 3
110540819 Cable assembly 2 mounting hardware
110540829 Cable assembly 2
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Repair kit, tire 1
110392019 Cable, ground (SOW lOll 2
MS9072SS Strew. machine 4
IIOS38229 Cable support I
7520-00-162-6118 Sharpener. pencil I
110408823 Cord assembly, electrical 6
7534639 Spike aaaembly 8
10916537 Extinauisher aooembly I
NASI383C6CI3R Strap aaoembly 2
10924916 bracket 1
NASI383C8C14R Strap aaoembly I
NAS1211BIO Fitting. 1trap 2
NASI383C8C21R Strapaoaembly 2
1103921f>.9 Ground elamp ao .. mbly 2 NASI383C29C36R Strap aoaembly 2
11053907 1 Hanger, ladder I
NASI383D7014R Strap assembly s
Headset. mie.rophone 3
NASI383DIODIBR Strap aaoembly 3
11614232 Jaek aaoembly, leveling 4 NAS1383DI6D36R Strap usembly 6
654$-00-922-1200 Kit, firat aid I
5820.00.7 40.1180 Support, antenna 2
11560450 Kit, ground rod I
11600477 Wheel and tire aoaembly I
110639789 Klaxon 3
11600909 Wrench I
11614218 Ladder, b<>arding 2
11600923 Wrenchaaoembly I
Section II. DESCRIPTION AND DATA
1-7. General.
The BCC is a 5 ton 8x8 expansible van truck,
designated M791, modified to accept the BCC's
internal and external components such as con-
sole, worktable, communications equipment ex-
terior mounted antennas, and power panels.
Configuration as delivered is BCC AN/MSW-8
(fig. 1-2). The BCC provides a centralized fa-
cility for consolidation of all release commu-
nications and for battery command and control
{unctions. Electrical power for operating the
BCC is normally supplied by a trailer-mounted
15-kw generator, which is towed behind the
vehicle. When the 15-kw generator power is not
available, electrical power for emergency oper-
ation is obtained from the vehicle batteries.
1-8. Outside Physical Dflcription
(fig. 1-2).
The BCC expands to approximately twice the
volume it encloses when retracted. To expand
the BCC the side panels are expanded and the
counterbalanced hinged roof and floor sections
are unfolded. The BCC is sealed against the
entrance of water and the escape of light in
both the expanded and retracted positions.
Four windows, equipped with brush guards, in-
sect screens, and sliding blackout panels, are
located on each side of the BCC. The windows
admit daylight to the interior when the BCC
is expanded. An entrance door near the rear
on each side of the BCC provides access when
the BCC is expanded. Two entrance doors in
the rear of the BCC provide access when the
BCC is either expanded or retracted. Two sta-
tionary windows are located in the rear doors.
Two ladders, stored on the rear doors, provide
access to the BCC floor level. A signal entrance
panel is mounted in the rear of the BCC next
to the rear door on the left side. The panel
contains 55 pairs of binding posts, three con-
nectors for prescribed action link (PAL) units
T-1500, three connectors for remote firing
boxes, three connectors for the alert warning
system, two antenna connections (one coaxial
connector for the Cm receiver and one binding
post for the am receiver), one connector for
the ANITRC..133A remote speaker console, two
ground connectors, and a convenience outlet.
A cable support for the PAL cables is installed
on the panel during emplacement. The binding
posts are used as follows: 12 pairs are spares
for the telephones, 12 pairs are used for switch-
board A, 17 pairs for switchboard B, 2 pairs
for the remote fm radios, 5 pairs for the
AN/TRC-80, 6 pairs for the PTS's, and 1 pair
for the field switchboard. A cover provides en
vironmental protection for the panel. A 12-foot
ladder provides access to the top of the entry
panel. A 36,000-Btu air conditioning unit and
two 60,000-Btu heating units are installed in
a bonnet extending from the front of the BCC.
The units provide heating and cooling for per-
sonnel and environmental protection for
equipment in the BCC. Two fm antennas AT
912/VRC or AS-1729/VRC, or a combination
of both, are mounted on the BCC with quick
disconnect fasteners. One of the fm antennas
is located on the left front of the bonnet, and
the other fm antenna is located on the right
rear of the BCC. Feedthrough for the antennas
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is through a receptacle panel located below
each antenna mount. The antenna matching
units may be left in the mounts and the whip
sections tied down to cleats on the BCC during
travel in areas free of obstructions. A remote
antenna RC.292 can be used instead of an fm
antenna mounted on the BCC for operation of
an fm transceiver. When the remote antenna
is uaed, it is connected to the receptacle panel.
One antenna, used for am and fm receiving,
is mounted directly above the signal entrance
panel at the left rear of t he BCC. The antenna
consists of a mast base MP-65B or AB-1004,
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or a combination mast base AB-652 and
adapter kit M-459. The antenna is connected
through the signal entrance panel.
1-9. Underframe and Expanding and
Retrading Assemblies.
The expanding and retracting assemblies are
contained and supported within the foundation
structure or underframe of the BCC. The
underframe is a rectangular welded structure
consisting of two outer longitudinal members,
braced by crossmembers, and resting upon two
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inner longitudinal members with the same
dimensions as tht> truck frame to facilitate at-
tachment to it. The inner longitudinal members
also serve as skids for moving the BCC when
it is detached from the vehicle. The two ex-
panding and retracting assemblies on the
underframe are identical. Each assembly con-
sists of five equally spaced roller-mounted re-
tractable beams that extend and retract from
either side of the underframe. The beams are
extended and retracted by five driving sprock-
ets that engage a series of square holes cut
into each beam; the sprockets are rotated by
the assembly drive shaft. Since the outer ends
of the beams are attached to the side panel
sills, rotation of the shafts moves the side pan-
els outward to expand the BCC, and inward
to retract the BCC. The drive shafts are located
on each side of the BCC centerline, and extend
through the underframe rear crossmember to
permit attachment of the drive shaft crank.
A ratchet and pawl locking device, attached
to the rear crossmember, locks each shaft to
secure the side panels in either the expanded
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or retracted position. A storage box at the rear
of the BCC is used for storage of the four
leveling jacks, 3-foot power adapter cable, two I
ground rods, ground clamps, and a hammer.
1-10. Inside Physical Description
(figs. 1-3 and 1-41.
a- General. The interior of the BCC is
divided into two functional areas: the command
and control area on the right side, and the
recording area on the left side. The command
and control area contains the equipment re-
quired for conducting tactical command and
control {unctions. The equipment in the record-
ing area is used for administrative and record-
ing functions in support or the command and
control operations. A remote speaker console
is removed from the AN/TRC-133 or
AN/TRC-133A and placed on the worktable
in the command and control area. Two radio
set controls C-2328/GRA-39 connected to
remote fm transceivers, two telephone switch-
boards SB-22/PT, two telephones TA-312/PT,
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2 - Patching switchboard
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4 - Telephone switchboard SB-22/PT (2)
5-Headset H-161()/U storage bin (3)
6 - Recorder 's control box (3)
7 - Radio set control C-23Z8/GRA39 (8)
8 - Magnetic chalkboard
9 - Paper transfer alot
10- Ciock
1l - Chalk tray
12 - FM transceiver nolee suppression
cover (2)
13 - Blower unit
14 - Typewriter 3torage area
15 - (60W101) Ground cable (2)
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16- Klaxon (3) and atoralfO f ixture
17- Emergency l.ant<orn (2) and ltor&lfO
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18- Storage cabinet
19-Ax
20 - Klaxon cable reel (3) and cab!ea
21 - 25v de power supply 1
22- 25v de power aupply 2
23 - 9v de power supply
24- Bifold table
25 - Antenna storalfO box
26 - Security safe
27 - File cabinet (two-drawe7)
28 - Chair
29 - Klaxon tripod
30 - Type,.'t'ite7
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2- PAL unit T-1500 mount (3)
S- PAL unit T-1500 connec:tor (3)
4 - llnotA! bo connector (3)
6 - Ele<trieal raok
6- Power panel
7- Test pointa
8-Co-le
9 - FM traneceiver I AN/VRC46
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13- Telephone TA-312/PT (TRC.I3SA)
14- Hardset H-138/U (8)
16- Radio oet amtn>l C-2828/GRA-89 (8)
16- Paper tranofer slot
17- TRC-80 panel
18 - Chalk tray
19 - (Deleted)
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21 - Maa-netic chalkboard
22 - (Delet.ed)
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24- FM 2 AN/ VRC46
26- AM receiver ANiGRR-6
26 - Deok tray
27 - 120v ac convenience outlet
211 - Chair (41
29 - Security sale
SO - PM receiver R-442/VRC
81- Intercom oelr.t panel
82- Remote speakar conoole
3S- Removable brace
88.1 - Remote speaker console cable
84 - Alert ayatem switch
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36- Telephone TA-812/ PT (FIELD SWBD)
36 - File cabinet (four-drawer)
37- First aid kit arM! mountinr
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fm receiver R-442/VRC, am receiver AN/GRR-
6, two fm transceivers AN/VRC-46, one tran&-
ceiver mount MT-1029/VRC, and one typewriter
are not nonnally supplied with the BCC;
however, space or mounting provisions are pro-
vided in the BCC for the equipment. The equip..
ment is covered in this manual as part of the
BCC.
b. Console. The console provides mounting
facilities for communications equipment, power
panel, status display panel, alert warning system
switch, clocks, and magnetic chalkboards. Con-
nectors for operation of the remote firing boxes
and PAL units T-1500 are mounted on the elec-
trical rack at the end of the console when not in
use. Interconnection to the electrical equiJJment
on the console is made through internal dueling
in the ceiling of the van. Electrical test points
are provided on the console for maintenance and
troubleshooting purposes.
c. Warktable. A worktable and six chairs are
provided in the van. Anchor plates attached to
the floor lock the chairs during transit. Three
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radio set controls, am receiver AN/GRR-6. a
remote speaker coll80le, two telephone switch
boards SB-22/PT, mounting for three PAL units
T-1600, housings with dual locks for three re-
mote firing boxes, and a desk tray are located
on the table. One section of the table, on the
left side of the van, unfolds to provide ad-
ditional space. A removable brace is installed
under the worktable on the right side for use
during rough croa&-country and rail transporta-
tion. Before the BCC is placed in operation. the
brace is removed to provide space for the oper-
ators.
d. St<Yrn.ge Facilities. Storage facilities for
various items of equipment are mounted on the
floor beneath the worktable. Two security safes
with dual locks are located on the right side. A
third security safe and a two-drawer file cabinet
are located on the left side of the work area. The
BC C logbook is stored in the file cabinet. A stor
age cabinet at the rear of the work area provides
storage for three alert warning klaxons, two
hand lanterns, two ground cables, and type.
writer. The klaxons and hand lanterns are
stored on storage fixtures in the cabinet. The
antennas and six klaxon cables are stored under
the folding table section. The cables are wound
on three reels, with two cables per reel. The
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reels are attached to the floor by mechanical
fasteners. Three additional reels can be stored
in the same area. The antennas and PAL cahle
support are stored in a box above the reels. The
box has individual compartments for each an-
tenna assembly and a lid and handles. Three
tripods for mounting the klaxons are stored on
the noor at the front of the van. Rille support
brackets are located on the right inside wall of
the van. Wrenches used for expanding and re-
tracting the van are stored on the inside of the
left rear entrance door. A dust brush and I
other loose items are stored in the four-drawer
file cabinet located on the right side of the
work area. The map display boards and 12-foot
ladder are stored on the walls of the van when
the van is in the retracted position.
e. Map Displtty Board. Two display boards are
provided in the BCC. One 4- by 5-foot board is
located on the left inside wall and one 5- by 8-foot
board is located on the right inside wall. The
boards have a transparent front cover for clear
viewing of the enclosed maps and for marking
with grease pencil on the exterior surface. The
boards are portable and have hooks for attaching
to the interior walls of the van when the unit is
expanded.
f. Communications Equipment.
(1) FM tmnsceiver AN/VRC-46 and {m
receive .. R-442/VRC. Two fm transceivers AN/
VRC-46 and one fm receiver R-422/VRC provide
for internal battery communications between
vehicles or for battalion communications when
range permits. The fm receiver is used in con-
junction with one of the fm transceivers and
loudspeaker LS-454/U. A noise suppression cov-
er is installed on the rear of each transceiver.
(2) AM receiver AN / GRR-5. AJI;I receiver
AN/GRR-5 is used for monitoring the air defense
warning network. The receiver can be operated
from ac or de power by connecting the proper
power cable to the receiver power input con-
nector.
(3) Remote speaker oon&Ole. The remote
speaker console provides a method of receiving
and transmitting through various items of radio
equipment located in the AN/TRC-133 or AN/
TRC-133A. The console also provides inter
communications between the BCC and the AN/
TRC-133 or AN/TRC-133A.
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(4) Telepho11e TA-312/PT. Two telephones
T A-312/PT are provided in the BCC. One of
the telephones is used for a field telephone wire
circuit to communication radio set
AN/TRC-133A, and one is used for access to
the local field switchboard.
(5) Rndio set etmlrol C-2328/GRA-39. Six
radio set controls are provided
in the BCC. Two radio set controls are con-
nected through the signal entrance panel to
remote fm transceivers, one radio set control
is used for communications to the AN/ TRC-80,
and three radio set controls are used for inter-
communications with the PTS's. The batteries
in the radio set controls are replaced with pow-
er adapters so that the controls can be operated
from the BCC 9v de power supply or from the
vehicle batteries during emergency operation.
(6) I'TSI BCC intercomm11nicotions. The
PTS/BCC intercommunications equipment con-
sists of six radio set controls C-2328/GRA-39,
thn>e recorders' control boxes, two intercom se-
lect panels, thnoe headsets H-161()/U, and two
handsets H-138/U. A 20-Hz (cps) oscillator gen-
erates signal voltage for operation of the call
and ring system. Three radio set controls C-
2328/GRA-39 with headsets H-161()/U are used
by recorders on the left side of the van. Each
radio set control is connected to a particular
PTS. The sets have a stored position and cables
long enough to permit their use by seated
recorders at the foldout tabletop. A recorder's
control box is provided for thl! radio set control
at each recorder position. The control box per-
mits individual selection of all phones or dis-
crete circuits and also permits the recorder to
activate indicators at the duty officer and NCO
positions. Three radio set controls with handsets
H-138/U and intercom select panels are provid-
ed on the right side of the van for the NCO
and duty officer.
(7) Pntchi11g su.ritch!Joard. The patching
switchboard provides interconnection for tele-
phone switchboards SB-22/PT and the signal
entrance panel. The switchboard also contains
spare binding posts that are used to inter-
connect the AN/TRC-133 remote speaker con
sole and the signal entrance panel.
g. Statu., Display Panel. The status display
panel is used to inform the NCO and duty of
ficer of the status of each missile and r"iring
sequence. Indicators on the panel are activated
by the COUNTDOWN switches on the recorders'
control boxes.
h.. Ale1t Warning System. The alert warning
system consists of an ALERT WARNI NG switch

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located on the console, three klaxons, three tri-
pods for mounting the klaxons, and six cables.
The cables are stored on three reels, with two
162-foot cables on each reel. The three klaxons
operate simultaneously with any combination of
one to six cables connected in series from the
BCC to any klaxon.
1- 11 . Electrical
Electrical power for the BCC is supplied by a
primary system or a backup emergency system.
The primary system is a t railer-mounted 15-kw
generator. The generator supplies 120/208-volt,
3-phase, 60-Hz power, with an ABC phase rota-
tion, to the air conditioner, heaters, lights, and
three de power supplies. The de power supplies
(fig. 1-3) provide power for operation of the
communications equipment. Power for emer-
gency operation is supplied through a connector
on the emergency power entrance panel, by a 24-
volt battery source located in the vehicle. All
necessary communication links and minimum
lighting conditions can be maintained when the
vehicle batteries are fully charged. During emer-
gency power operation, the BA TIERY -GENER-
ATOR indicator in the vehicle cab should be ob-
served for a low charge condition. When a low
charge condition is indicated, the vehicle engine
should be started. Emergency power operation
can be maintained indefinitely as long as the ve-
hicle engine is running. The air conditioner and
heaters cannot be operated from the battery
power source.
1-12. Transportation Data.
1: CAUTION I
When van mounted on vehicle is to
be transpor ted on another vehicle
such as a truck or train, or on a ship
or plane, do not use retractable lifting
eyes shown in view A of fi gure 15
for tiedown purposes.
a. General. Expansible van M4 is normally
transported on vehicle M656, but can be trans-
ported by carg9 plane when removed from the
vehicle. The van mounted on the vehicle can be
transported by rail or ship. A brace is installed
in the van under the worktable (fig. 14) for use
during rough cross-country and rail transporta-
tion. The brace is removed when the BCC is
placed in operation. The dimensions, hoist points,
center of gravity, and tiedown pointa for the BCC
are shown in figure 1-5 .
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If the weight and clearance limitations
of bridges, underpasses, and entrances
ar>proach those listed in b and c below
or shown in figure 1-5, check that the
load will clear before proceeding. Ac-
tual dimensions of the equipment may
vary somewhat, depending on t ire pres-
sure, spr ing compression, and extra
equipment carried.
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Vehicle.
Length .. ............. . .
Width ... .............. .
267.0 in. (6.78m)
88.0 in. (2.49ml
!Ieight ...... .... ...... . 101.0 in. ( 2 . ~ 7 m ) ,
11,818 lb (5,360.64 kg ) (with equipment) J Weight .. ... ........... .
c. Transportation Data hr BCC Mounted on
Vehicle.
Length...... ........... S.'lO.O in. (8.38m)
Width .................. 98.0 in. (2,49ml
!Ieight ........... ...... 142.0 in. (3.61ml
Weight.. . ......... ..... 27,190 lb (12,333.88 kg) (with equip- 1
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CHAPTER 2
PRINOPLES OF OPERAnON
2-1. General.
This chapter contains principles of operation for
equipment in the BCC. Refer to table 1-1 for
sources of information on the vehicle, van :M4,
van utilities, and the trailer-mounted 15-kw gen-
erator. A block diagram of the BCC equipment
is shown in figure 2-1.
2-2. Eledrical Po-r.
a. General. The trailer-mounted 16-kw gener-
ator supplies ac power for operation of the air
conditioner, heaters, and lights, and supplies
liD-volt, 60-Hz power for operation of equip-
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ment in the BCC. Five circuit breaker switches
in the circuit breaker switch box distribute ac
power to the BCC equipment. DC power re-
quired for operation of the equipment is nor-
mally obtained from two 26v de power supplies
and one 9v de power supply. During emqency
power operation (16-kw eenerator power not
available), de power is obtained .from the vehicle
battery for operation of selective equipment
1 and emergency lights. Two telephones T A-312/
PT and two telephone switchboards SB-22/PT
contain an internal 3v battery power eource.
Electrical power or signal voltage for operation
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of the remote firing boxes or remote speaker
console is supplied by the equipment to which it
is connected outside the BCC. The two radio
set controls C-2328/GRA-39 connected to the
remote fm transceivers contain an internal bat-
tery power eource.
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b. AC PrnAJer Diatrildion (fig. 2-2). Circuit
breaker switches CB20 and CB21 (CB7 and
CB4 for S/N 00002) in the circuit breaker
switch box provide switching capability and
circuit protection for the 120-volt 60-Hz power
to the two 26v de power supplies. The 9v de
power supply, blower unit, and alert warning
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system receive ac power through C819 (CBll
for S/N 00002). The convenience outlet (JlO)
on the signal entrance panel is supplied ae
I power through CB12 (CB9 for S/N 00002),
and the five convenience outlets (Jl6, JIG,
J17, J18, and J19) on the coneole are supplied
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ac power through CBll and CB12 (CBG and
CB9 for SN 00002). Durine normal power
operation, am receiver AN/GRR-6 operates
from ac power provided through a convenience
outlet on the coneole. Neutral connection to
the equipment is made to the ground bus in
the circuit breaker switch box.
c. DC Power Distribution (fig. 2-3).
( 1) Normal operation. During normal pow-
er operation ( 11'>-kw generator connected to van),
25v de power supply 1 provides de power for op-
eration of fm transceiver 1 AN/VRC-46, inter-
com select panels, recorders' control boxes, status
display panel, and the call and ring system. Pow-
er for operation of the fm transceiver 2 AN/
VRC-46, and fm receiver R-442/VRC is obtained
from 25v de power supply 2. Power for opera-
tion of six radio set controls C-2328/GRA-89
during normal power operation is obtained from
the 9v de power supply. Power from the three
power supplies is routed to the equipment
through the four-pole double-throw POWER
TRANSFER switch (Sl) and CBI, CB2, and
CBS on the power panel. During normal opera-
tion, Sl is in the NORMAL position.
(2) Emerge1!C!J power operation. During
emergency power operation, de power, which is
normally supplied by the two 25v de power sup-
plies and the 9v de power supply, is obtained from
the vehicle battery. The vehicle battery power is
applied through the emergency power entrance
panel to the power panel. The EMER POWER
AVAILABLE indicator (DSl) on the power
panel, when lighted, indicates that emergency
power is available. The push-to-test circuit of
the indicator is connected to 25v de power supply
1. When the POWER TRANSFER switch (Sl)
is set to EMERGENCY (for emergency power
operation), the equipment that normally receives
power from the two 25v de power supplies then
receives power from the vehicle battery through
Sl and CB2 and CB3. Six radio set controls C-
2328/GRA-89, which normally receive power
from the 9v de power supply, receive power from
a voltage divider network through Sl and CBl.
The voltage divider network consists of a resis-
tor and diode. The network reduces the battery
power, which is applied to the network through
S1 and CB4, to 9v de required for operation of
the radio set controls. The four emergency lights
(DS29 through DS32) are lighted by power from
the vehicle battery through Sl, CB4, and EMER
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Sl and CB4. The receiver de power cable must be
con.nected to the receiver power input connector
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2-3. Communicotion1 Equipment.
CJ. Gmera/.. For principles of operation of the
remote speaker console, radios. telephones, and I
telephone IIWitchboarda, refer to the technical
manuals listed in table 1-1.
6. Pal.chifl(l SwitdWoard. The patchlngiiWitch-
board provides interconnection between telephone
IIWitchboarda SB-22/ PT and the signal entrance
panel. The IIWitchboard al8o provides intercon- I
nectiona between the AN/TRC-133 remote
speaker console and the signal entrance panel.
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interconnected respectively to the SPARES.
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e. TRC-8Q PCJMl. The TRC-80 panel provides
interconnection between radio set control C-
2828/GRA-39, used for communication to the
AN/TRC-80, and the signal entrance panel. The
terminals on the panel are interconnected re-
spectively to the terminals of the TRC-80 section
of the signal entrance panel.
2-t. BCC/PTS lntercommunlcation1
(fig. 2-5).
In the following discUS3ion, it is aasumed that
the PTS selector switch is in the 2 position.
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( 1) CALL switch. When the CALL switch
on either recorder's control box is actuated, the
electrical circuit is completed from the 26v de
power supply through the switch to the RE-
CORDER indicators on both intercom select
panels. The indicators light, indicating to the
NCO and commander that a recorder is calling.
Diodes are used to isolate the call circuits from
each other.
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to a discrete or all phones circuit in the PTS.
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to the radio set controls used by the commander
and NCO. The recorder can then communicate
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(1) Selector switch. The PTS selector
switch on the intercom select panel provides a
means of selecting the all phones or discrete in-
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ications circuits can be selected simultaneously
by the switch. The switch completes the signal
path from the radio set controls used by the com-
mander and NCO to the recorder's radio set con-
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+25v de power supply circuit is completed
through the switch to light the RECORDER in-
dicator. The power supply circuit is also
completed through the switch to the voltage
reduction circuit. The 25v de power is dropped to
approximately 6v de by the voltage reduction
circuit and is applied to the IPTS indicator for
test. The IPTS 1 & S position of the switch is
used to test the IPTS 1 and IPTS 3 indicators in
the same manner.
2- S. Alert Waming System (fig. 2-61.
When ALERT WARNING switch (Sl) is set to
ON or MOM. ON, 120-volt. 60-Hz power is ap-
plied through the switch and signal entrance
panel to operate the klaxons. The klaxons are
connected to the signal entrance panel by cables.
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a.. General. The status of each missile and fir-
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status display panel by actuation of switches
on t he recorder's control boxes. The status dis-
play panel consists of three sections, one for
each PTS. The operation and electrical circuit
for all sections are the same.
b. Operation. When one of the PHASE
switches on the recorders' control is set to
the on position, the electrical circuit is completed
from the + 25v de power source through the
switch and to the respective COUNTDOWN in-
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OPERAnNG INSBUC110NS
Section I. SERVICE UPON ICBP1' OF MATBII&
3-1. General.
When a new or reconditioned BCC is received by
the using organization, it is the responsibility of
the commanding officer to determine whether
or not the materiel baa been properly prepared
for aervice by the aupplyinfl' organization, and is
in condition to perform ita assigned functions
when plaA:ed in aervice. For this purpoae, an in-
spection should be performed on all major com-
ponent& and asaembliea to insure that they are
properly seeured, correctly adjusted, cleaned,
and lubricated.
3-2. Duties of the Using Organb.atlcwt.
The organizational maintenance technician or
operator performs the aervice upon receipt in-
spection (par. 4-9) to determine if the materiel
haa been properly prepared for service and is in
condition to perform the uaigned miuion. The
operator must aaaiat the organizational mainte-
nance technician in performing th- services.
3-3. Geneaal Sem-.
4. Carefully unpack the equipment and remove
any tape or protective coverings. Clean the sur-
faces with an approved d4!1oning solution or ma-
terial.
b. Note all tap or stencils attaclled to equip..
ment for information relating to operation and
maintenance. Inspect the logbook to determine
if required maintenance bas been performed on
materiel. Locate and remove the inventory slip.
Compare the materiel received with that listed
on the inventory slip to determine whether or
not all equipment shipped waa received. Report
any deficiencies to the commanding officer.
Section II. CONllOLS AND INDICATORS
3-4. General.
This section describes and illustrates the various
controla,and indicators required for operation of
the BCC. Refer to table 1-1 for sources of infor-
mation on controls and indicators of equipment
not included in this seetlon.
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3-5. Controls and lnclcators.
The controls and indicators for the circuit
breaker awiteh boK, power puel, ard alert
warninc syetem are llbown in fqrure ~ 1 ard
listed in table ~ 1 . ~ controla and iodieators
for the intercom aeleet panel are ebown in raaure
~ 2 and listed in table ~ 2 . ~ wtbols and
indicators for the ..-der'a control box and
lltatu.a displa.v panel are llbown in fapre 3-S
and listed in table 3-S. Tbe relerenoe desipa.
tiona, and functions ol the eontrola and indica-
tors are listed in the tahlea.
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and controls the application
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supply 2.
lndicateo that emerrency
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Provideo dmlit protection
and o>ntrols the application
ol power to radio Mt eon-
trola C.2S2SIGRA..38.
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recordera' control boxeo,
statue di$play panel, and
call and rinr syatem.
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to fm tr......,ivera, fm re-
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ten. lDd' eontrol box,
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cat lou eQuipment and
omerreney lirhto.
Contzola the application ol
power to emerreney lichLI
durine emeraency power
operation.
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cllcol<n A1D81 ph- of PTS-1 miuileo.
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Section Ill. EMPLACEMENT
3-6. c-ral.
Thia aeetion providea procedures for emplace-
ment of the BCC. A level terrain should be se-
lected for the operatinr site. and any low areas
filled with suitable material.
3-7. Emplace_,_
o. BCC.
(1) Install leveling jacks aa prescribed in
TM 9-2320-230-10.
(2) Remove boarding ladders from
mountlnga on rear of BCC doors; open BCC
doors.
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In fiiUre 1-2.
(8) Refer to paragraph 3-9 and figure 3-5
and remove 12-foot ladder. map display boards,
and attaching components from walla of BCC.
(4) Level and expand BCC body aa pre-
aeribed on plate on rear door of BCC. Latches
located at Jo"'er comers of BCC mutt be un-
locked to expand the BCC, and locked after
the BCC is expanded.
(5) Install map dieplay boards.
(6) Install two antenna matching units
and whip antenna sections in fm t raneceiver
antenna mounte (par. 1-8).
(7) Remove (SS, fig. 1-4) from
worktable.
(8) Unfold bifold table (par. 8-8) If r&-
quired.
b. lnterco1lnection8.
( 1) Remove sirnal entrance panel cover.
( 2) lrwtall PAL cable support on llirnal
entrance panel.
(2.1) Remove 3-foot power adapter cable
from exterior etorap box (fir. 1-2).
(8) Remove remote speaker conaole (82.
fie. 1-4) from AN/ TRC-188 or AN/ TRC-188A
and place on worktable in BCX:.
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After connecting one end of ground
cable 60W101, twist the other end of
the cable sso counterclockwise to in-
sure that no twist remains in the cable
before connecting it. After connecting
both ends of the cable, check the mark-
ings on the cable plugs to insure that
the plugs have been rotated tso clock-
wise to lock cable in the receptacles.
Use care to prevent shorting of field
wires when connecting wires to bind-
ing posts.
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When connecting the 3-foot power
adapter cable leads to the l ~ k w
generator, ClOillleCt. the leada of cable
to the terminals of the generator as
foUowa: green lead to LO (neutzal),
black lead to Ll, white lead to 1..2,
and red lead to 13.
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The remote firing box connectors
( J5, J7, and J9) on the signal entrance
panel and the remote firing box con-
nectors (P4, P5, and P6) on the elec-
trical rack must be keyed to position
2. The power entrance panel connector
(J21) must be keyed to position 1. Re-
fu to paragraph 4-14 for connector
keying.
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(4) Install cables and field wires as
shown in figure 3-4. H BCC is to be used with
the connect Pl9 of remote
speaker console cable (33.1, fig. 1-4) to Jl on
the remote speaker console. ll BCC is to be
used with the connect remote
speaker console to SPARE binding posts (pairs
1 through 5) on the patching switchboard (2,
fig. 1-3). Connect SPARE posts 1, 2, and 3
on patching switchboard to SPKR. 1, SPKR.
2, and SPKR. 5, respectively, on console. Con-
nect SPARE posts 4 on switchboard to console
ORDER WIRE TELEPHONE. Connect SPARE
posts 5 to console PHONE PATCH telephone.
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torque wrench 5120-000-563'7 to 100 inch-
pounds and tighten nut on electrical clamp.
c. Operotiofto.l Test. After the BCC is em-
placed, perform the operational teat as pre-
scribed in paragraphs 8-10 through S-20.
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formed only after the BCC is emplaced
at a new;position.
3-8. lifolcl Tc le.
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Avoid striking and releasing table sec-
tions when sections are supported with
the lanyard. Take precaution to avoid
injury to hands and fingers when un-
folding and folding the table.
a. Unfold.iflll BiloW. Table.
(1) Remove lock pin from each end of
table section.
(2) Raise table sections and install lan-
yard ( 40, fig. 4-8).
(S) Unlock butt hinge (9, fig. 4-29) to
separate table sections.
(4) Remove lanyard and unfold sections.
(5) Unfold legs and adjust
quired.
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feet as re- (
b. Fold.ing Bi/oW. Table.
( 1) Fold legs.
yard.
( 2) Raise table sections and install lan-
(S) Lock table sections with butt hinge.
(4) Remove lanyard and lower sections.
(5) Install Jock pins.
3-9. Map Display Boards and 12-Foot
Ladder (fig. 3-5).
The map display boards and 12-foot ladder are
stored on the roof and floor sections of the
BCC interior walls when the BCC is in the
retracted position. The map display boards and
ladder must be removed from the walls before
the BCC is expanded. After the BCC is ex-
panded, the map display boards are hooked to
the side panels of the interior walls. The at-
taching components are removed from the sec-
tions and stq_red in the file cabinet. The boards
must be remOved from the side panels before
the BCC .is retracted. The two lower brackets
for attaching the small map display board
should be installed prior to retracting the BCC.
Refer to figure 3-5 and a and b below to re-
move and install the large map display board
and 12-foot ladder. The small map board is
removed and installed in the same manner.
a. RemovaL
( 1) Remove strap assemblies ( 1), and re-
move ladder 12) from BCC.
(2) Remove thumbscrews (3) and clips
(4).
(8) Remove map display board (5) from
wall.
(4) Remove thumbscrews (6) and brack-
ets (7).
(5) Remove strap fittings (8).
(6) Remove thumbscrews (!I) and hang-
ers (10).
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(7) Store all attaching components in file
<:abinet.
(S) Place map display board (5) in brack-
ets and install clips (4) with thumbscrews (3).
b. IMtaUat icm. ( 4) Install strap fittings (8).
(1) Remove attaching components from
file cabinet.
(5) Install hangers (10) with thumb-
sc.rews (9).
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(2) Install brackets (7) with thumbscrews (6) Install lsdder (2) with strap assem-
blies (1).
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Section IV. OPERATIONAL TEST
Not.
The operational test is normally per
formed only after the BCC is emplaced
at a new position.
This section provides procedures for determin-
ing if t he BCC is operating properly. Connect
cables and telephone interconnections as pre-
scribed in paragraph 3-7, and start the 15- kw
g-enerator ('r:M 6-6115-365-16) before perform
ing the procedures. Refer to the appropriate
technical manuals listed in table 1-1 to deter-
miM if the radio communications equipment and
telephones are operating properly. Use a mul-
ti meter to check the ac and de voltages. If any
equipment does not operate as prescribed in
this section, refer to the appropriate mainten-
ance paragraph or DS for adjustments or
repairs.
3-11. Electrical Power.
a. Ascertain the EldER POWER AVAIL-
ABLE indicator on power panel is lighted.
b. Set main power switch on van right rear
wall to on.
c. Set circuit breaker switches in circuit
breaker switch box to on and observe that power
supplies blower fan is operating.
d. Check that 120v ac power is available at
five convenience outlets on console and conven-
ience outlet on signal entrance panel.
e. Set 9V DC and 25V DC 1 and 2 circuit
breaker switches on power panel to ON.
f. Set POWER TRANSFER switch on pow-
er panel to NORMAL and cheek voltages at test
points on console for following indications.
(1) Voltage between TPl(+) and TP6
( - ) should be 25.5 + 0.5v de.
(2) Voltage between TP2( +) and TP5
( -) should be 25.5:t0.5v de.
(3) Voltage between TP4( +) and TP5
( - ) should be 9:!:0.2v de.
g. Set ALERT WARNING switch to ON
and then to MOM. ON. Verify operation of klax-
ons with switch in both positions.
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3-12. Emergency Power.
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Insure that the operator does not re-
main in the vehicle eab when the BCC
is operating from emergency power
and vehicle engine is running.
a. Set EMER LIGHTS & 9V DC circuit break-
er switch on power panel to ON.
b. Set POWER TRANSFER switch to
EMERGENCY and check voltages at test pc)ints
on console for the following indications.
(1) Voltages between TP1( +) and TP6
(-) should be at 26:t4v de.
(2) Voltage between TP2( i!) and TP6
(-) should be at 26 4v de.
(S) Voltage between TPS( +) and TP6
(-) should be at 26:t4v de.
(4) Voltage between TP4( +) and TP6
( - ) should be 9+2v de.
c. Set EMER LIGHTS switch on power panel
to ON and observe that emergency lights oper-
ate.
d. Set EMER LIGHTS & 9V DC circuit
breaker switch to OFF. Set POWER T R A ~ S
FER switch to NORMAL.
3-13. Status Display Panel.
a.. Press each indicator on status display
panel and observe that indicators light.
b. Rotate MISSILE selector switch and
STATUS selector switch through all positions
and actuate each PHASE switch on three re-
corders' control boxes. Observe that respective
Indicators on status display panel light.
3-14. BCC/PJS Intercommunications.
a. Actuate LAMP TEST switch on each
intercom select panel and observe that respec-
tive indicators on both panels light.
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be energized by pressing respective CALL
switches on both intercom select panels.
c. Actuate CALL switches on recorders'
control boxes and observe that respective RE-
CORDER indieators on intereom seleet panels
light.
d. Use voice signals to verify operation of
all phones and diserete eireuits for reeorders'
control boxes and intercom select panel.
13-15. (Delet.d)
3-16. TRC-80 Pwl and
.Associated Equipment.
Com1eet''bhe TRC-80 PATCH leads of radio set
control C-2328/GRA-39 with handset H-188/U
to one pair of binding posts on the TRC-80 panel.
Use voiee signals to verify operation of equip-
ment.
3-17. Air Candlti<Wr.
Before operating the air conditioner,
open front door on bonnet and open
slide gate covers on bottom of bonnet.
a. Set air conditioner cireuit breaker switch
on van right rear wall to ON. Turn air condi-
tioner selector switeh to FAN and observe that
the circulating fan is operating.
If circulating fan rotates backwards
(fan motor is operating but no air is
flowing from duct), turn off air condi-
tioner and check for improper connec-
tion of power cable to 15-kw generator
(par. S-7b). If connection is correct,
inform appropriate maintenance per-
sonnel to cheek 15-kw generator for
proper phase rotation.
If selector switch is moved from the
COOL position, allow the compressor
motor to remain off for 6 minutes be-
fore restarting.
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b. Adjust air conditioner thermostat for cool-
ing, and turn selector switch to COOL. Observe
that cireulating fan continues to operate and
condenser fan starts and operates. After approx-
imately 5 seconds, observe that compressor
motor starts and operates.
3-18. Heaters.
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Never occupy an unventilated van when
heaters are operating .
Verify that fuel line between van and vehic:le is
connected. Adjust heater thermostat on left rear
eeiling for heating, and turn heater control
switeh to HEATER. Observe that the following
conditions occur.
a. White indicator on control box lights .
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b. Combustion air blower starts.
c. Ignition is established and combustion
takes plaee.
"d. Within 16 to 46 seconds after combustion
starts, circulating air blower fan starts.
3-19. Van Interior Ughtlng.
a. Observe that the van white lights are light-
ed when all exit doors are closed and van light
switch is on.
b. Set BLACK-OUT CIRCUIT switch on rear
wall of van to ON.
c. Observe that white lights go out and blue
blackout light comes on when any exit door is
opened.
3-20. Van Utility Outlets.
Verily that 120v ac is available at each van
utility outlet and that the adjacent switch con-
trols the power to each respective outlet.
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Section V. OPEIA110N UNDa USUAL CONDmoNS
3-21. General.
This section provides procedurea for operatina"
the BCC under Wiual conditiona. Refer to table
1-1 for aourcea of information on the vehicle,
van, van utilities, 16-kw pnerator, and eom-
munieationa equipment.
3-22. Energizing the Equipment.
a. Start 16-kw generator (TM 6-6115-866-
16).
b. Set main power switch to on.
c. Set circuit breaker switches in circuit
breaker switch box to on.
d. Turn on power to eommunicatiou equip-
ment.
e. Set light switches to on position.
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Never occupy an unventilated van when
heaters are operating.

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open front door on bonnet and elide
rate covers on bottom of bonnet.
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nece11ary.
3-23. Deenerglzlng the Equipment.
a. Turn off air conditioner or heaters.
b. Tum off power to equip-
ment.
c. Set circuit breaker switches in circuit
breaker switch box to off.
d. Set lirht switches to off.
e. Set main power switch to off.
/. Shut down 16-kw generator (TM 6-6116-
866-16).
Section VI. OPaAnON UNDa UNUSUAL CONDIDONS
3-24. General.
This section provides procedurea for operatinr
the BCC under unUIIual conditlou. Refer to
table 1-1 for aourcea of information on the
vehicle, van, van utilities, and 16-kw generator.
3-25. Communications Equipment.
a. GeneraL Refer to applicable manual listed
in table 1-1 for detailed information on operat-
ing the communicatiou equipment under un-
Wiual conditiou.
b. EztremeCold WeatA8r0pemtioll. Extreme
cold reduces battery voltage, decreases efficiency
of equipment, and makes rubber cords and other
rubber parts stiff and brittle. Operate heaters
as necessary to keep equipment wann and dry.
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c. Hot Dr1J ClirMte Opemtioft. Hot dry cli-
mates expose the equipment to dirt, dWit, and
extreme heat. Protect equi pment from dirt, dust,
and extreme heat as much u possible. Clean
and dWit equipment frequently.
d. Warm Damp Climate Operation. Wann
damp climates expose the equipment to damage
from moisture and funrus. Wipe all moisture
and funrus from exterior of equipment with a
lint-free cloth.
I WARNING I
Insure that the operator does not re-
main in the vehicle cab when BCC Ia
operati ng from emergency power and
vehicle engine is running.
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and emergency lights.
Section VII. PREPARAnON FOR 1RAVEL
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3-26. General.
This section provides procedures for preparing
the BCC for travel. If BCC is t& be turned in to
supply or shipped to another installation, set
combinations for security safes to 10-20-30. De-
energize the equipment (par. 3-23). Refer to
figure 3-6 t& install components in the antenna
storage box.
3-27. Cables G'ld Interconnections.
a. Disconnect and st&re cables and field wires.
1-Box
2-FM anunna AT-912/ VRC and mountinr plat.e
3- AT-1006/VRC (upper element)
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trance panel and st&re the support in antenna
storage box.
c. Disconnect fm transceiver antenna cables.
d. Install cover on signal entrance panel.
e. Remove remote speaker console from BCC I
and store in AN/TRC-133 or AN/ TRC-l33A.
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11- A!Unna AS-171!0/VRC (lower element)
12 - antenna bag
13 -AM and rm l'<ftiver antenna lead-in
14- FM antenna cable (4)
16 - Storage hole for fm antAlMa
ma!Alhing unit& mounting bolt (IZ)
16-Storage- (or rm ant.enna
AT-912/VRC aeparalor block (4)
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13-28. Van M4.
a. Tie down fro transceiver antenna whip sec-
tions or remove matching units and whip sec-
tions from antenna mounts and store them in
the antenna storage box.
b. Secure recorder's control bnxes
top with straps.
c. Fold bifold table (par. S-8).
to table
d. Install brace (33, fig. 1-4) under worktable.
e. Remove chalk from chalk trays.
f. Remove map display boards from walls of
van.
g. Install lower brackets for attaching small
map display board (par. S-9).
Note
Leveling jacks must be fully retracted
to fit in storage box. Latches located
at lower corners of van must be un-
locked to retract the van and locked
after the van is retr$Cted.
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h. Remove any debris or other foreign matter
from chair anchor plates on floor. Secure chairs
for tra:vel by alining fastener on base of chair
over anchor plate; hold lever on base of chair
down and push collar of fastener down.
i. Remove leveling jacks and retract van
body as prescribed on plate mounted on rear
door of van.
j. Refer to paragraph 3-9 and figure 3-5 and
install the map display boards and 12-foot ladder
on walls of van with attaching components.
k. Close doors and store door access ladders.
Section VIII. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF VAN M4
3-29. General.
Two wreckers M543, a multiple-leg sling, and a
shipping container sling are required for remov-
al and installation of van M4 on the vehicle.
Refer to TM 9-1450-SS0-14 for description and
use of the slings. Refer to TM 9-2820-211-10 for
information on wrecker M54S. Check the load
test data on boom of each wrecker (TB 9-852)
before performing the operation.
3 30. Removal of Van M4 From Vehicle
(fig. 3-7).
a. Disconnect electrical cable 60W108 from
emergency power entrance panel. Install dust
caps on connectors.
b. Disconnect fuel line between van and ve-
l hide (TM Cover ends of fuel
line and connector. Disconnect electrical wiring
between vehicle chassis and van at front and
rear of van. Remove power cable from cable
reel, and remove cable reel adapter asaembly
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reel. Remove 12-foot ladder from van.
c. Refer to figure S-8, and remove nuts, wash-
ers, springs, and bolts, except those on each of
four corners that attach the adapter assembly to
the vehicle chassis.
d. Position two wreckers parallel to each
other, with their centerlines 17 feet apart.
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Note
The wrecker intended for lifting for-
ward end of van must have its rear end
raised S inches to provide sufficient
height to lift van from vehicle. This is
accomplished by parking rear wheels
of wrecker on dunnage. Insure that all
four rear wheels rest on the dunnage.
e. Emplace rear outriggers on both wreckers.
f. Attach a multiple-leg sling to cable hook of
wrecker with rear end elevated, and attach a
shipping container sling on cable hook of other
wrecker.
g. Raise and fully extend both wrecker booms,
and center each boom between its respective rear
outriggers.
Not.
The wrecker booms may be swung out
90 for positioning of van.
h. Position vehicle with van at right angle to
wreckers and 8 to 10 inches from rear winch
roller on wreckers. Center the van forward
hoist points beneath the suspended multiple-leg
sling on wrecker, and locate the van rear hoist
points similarly in reference to the suspended
shipping container sling. Adjust wrecker booms
laterally as required for this alinement.
i. Remove four hoisting shackles from ends
of vehicle.
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k. Remove cable hooks and turnbuckles from
two !ega of multiple-leg sling. Attach these two
legs to van forward hoist points with offset
shackles removed from front of vehicle.
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When attaching the sling hooks, insert
the hooks so that they are pointed to-
ward the center of the load being lifted.
l. Attach shipping container sling to van rear
hoist points with shackles removed from rear
of vehicle.
m. Remove ladder.
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and slings are taut.
o. Remove remaining four nuts, washers,
springs, and bolts attaching adapter assembly
to the vehicle chassis.
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Stand clear of van when it is lifted.
Maintain the van in a level poeitlon
during lifting to avoid exceuive pull on
the hoist points. If one end of van
drooP8 during lifting, level van by low-
ering other end (high end) before pro-
ceeding. Do not attempt to level van by
raising the lower end, and do not
attempt to lift van if it is in a drooped
poeition.
p. Operate wrecker winches to lift van high
enough to clear vehicle chassis and all other ob-
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Do not permit van to swing and strike
cab of vehicle.
q. Direct driver to move vehicle forward until
van is clear.
1 q. J. Operate wrecker to lower van to ground.
r. Remove ehaclclea from hoiet points of van
and install on ends of vehicle. Install cable hooks
and turnbuckles on multiple-leg sling.
I nstall 12-foot-ladder in van (par. 8-9).
3-31. Installation of Von M4 on Vehkle
(fig. 3-71.
4. Position two wreckers at right angles to
side of van and parallel to each other, with their
centerlines 17 feet apart. The rear winch rollers
on wreckers should be approximately 8 to 10
inchea from van .
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The wrecker intended for lifting the
forward end of van must have its rear
end raised 8 inches to provide sufficient
height to lift van onto vehicle. This is
accomplished by parking the rear
wheels of wrecker on dunnage. Insure
that all four rear wheels rest on the
dunnage.
b. Emplace rear outriggers on both wreckers.
c. Remove 12-foot ladder from van and posi-
tion on side of van.
d. Attach a multiple-leg sling to cable hook
of wrecker with rear end raised, and attach a
shipping container sling on cable hook of other
wrecker.
e. Adj ust wrecker booms to center suspend-
1 ed slings with hoist points on van.
f. Remove four hoisting shackles from the
ends of vehicle.
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two legs of multiple-leg sling. Attach these two
legs to van forward hoist points with offset
shackles removed from front of vehicle.
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When attaching the sUng hooks, inaert
the hooks so that they are pointed to-
ward the center of the load be.ing Ufted.
h.. Attach shipping container sling to van rear
hoist points with shackles removed from rear of
vehicle.
i. Remove ladder.
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Maintain the van in a level poeition
during lifting to avoid excessive pull on
hoist points. If one end of van droops
during lifting, level van by
other end (high end) before proc:eed-
ing. Do not attempt to level van by rais-
ing the lower end and do not attempt
to lift van if it is in drooped Jl(lllition.
j. Operate wrecker winches to lift van to ita
maximum height.

Do not permit van to awing and strike
cab of vehicle.
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ueembly are alined with holes in vehicle chaasis.
-. Inatall attachi.na' bolts, wuhera, springs,
and nuts (fig. 8-8). n.hten nuts, drive vehicle a
ahort distance, and then tighten nuts to a torque
of 4.6 using torque wreneh 6120-
020-6687.
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cable 60Wl08 between van and vehicle. Connect
electrieal wiring between vehicle ehuaia and
van at front and rear of van. Install cable reel
adapter ueembly and power cable (TM 9-ZJOO.. I
280-00).
o. Remove ahaeklea from hoist points of van
and install on ends of vehicle. Install cable hooks
and turnbuckles on multiple-leg sling.
p. lnstall12-foot ladder in van (par. 8-9).
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ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
Sedion I. REPAIR PARTS, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
4-1. General.
Repair parts, tools, and equipment are issued U>
using personnel for operating and maintaining
the BCC. Tools and equipment should not be used
for purposes other t han those intended, and
when not in use, should be properly sU>red and
maintained in good condition.
4-2. Repair Pam.
Authorized repair or re)>lacement of or
assemblies at the organizational level is limited
to the repair or replacement of the applicable
parts or assemblies contai ned in this chapter
and indicated in the legends by (0) .
4-3. Tools and Equipment.
a. Common Tools a.nd Equip-ment. Standard
and commonly used tools and used
for operation and organizational maintenance of
t he BCC are authori.zed for issue by tables of al-
lowance and tables of organization and equip-
ment.
b. Speci(d Purpose and Equipment.,
There are no special purpose tools or equip-
ment required for maintenance of the BCC.
Use a multimeter to check ac and de voltages.
Section II. CLEANING, LUBRICATION, PAJNnNG, AND
CORROSION CONTROL
4-4. General.
This section provides information on cleaning,
lubrication, painting, and corrosion control of
the BCC. For references to sources of infor-
mation on the vehicle and equipment not fully,
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covered in this manual, refer to TM 9-1425-
380-L.
4-5. Cleaning.
n.
( 11 Deenergize all appropriate electrical
equipment before cleaning.
(2) Use cleaning solutions sparingly and
remove any surplus solutions t hat may accumu-
late during cleaning operations.
(3) After cleaning is completed, return
tools and cleaning solvents to their proper stor-
age places; dispose of used rags.
14) Do not allow petroleum products to
contact rubber parts, as petroleum products
will deteriorate rubber.
b.
(1) Use clean, dry, lint-free cloth 7920-
1205-3570 or dry brush 8020-244-0153 to clean
electrical panels and communications equip
mcnt. If further cleaning of communications
equipment is necessary, refer to appropriate
manual listed in TM 9-142.'>-380-L. 1
(2) Clean walls of BCC with a damp
cloth.
! wARNING I
Do not use cleaning sol vent ncar
open flame or sparks. Use only in
a well-ventilated area. Avoid al-
lowing solvent to contact t he eyes or
skin. Wash t he eyes or skin with wa-
ter when contact occurs.
(3) Remove grease, grime, and dirt from
all electrical connectors by wiping with a
clean, lint-free cloth. If necessary, use cleaning
solvent 6810-281-2785 t o clean exterior of con- I
nectors. Wipe cables with a clean, dry cloth
before storing.
(4) Remove all dirt and grime (such as
deposits of mud and rust) from unpainted metal
surfaces.
(5) Clean worktable with soap and water.
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bristle brush or broom to loosen caked mud
and grime. Clean floor with a vacuum cleaner;
then mop with a dry mop. Do not flush or
flood interior of BCC.
(7) Dry all parte thoroughly after clean
mg.
46. Lubrication.
Lubricate chairs and bifold table components,
as required, with general-purpose oil 9150-231
6689. Refer to the applicable manual listed in
I TM 9-1425-380-L for lubrication of the vehicle
and electrical equipment.
47. Painting.
Before painting, thoroughly clean surfaces to
be painted. Refer to TM 9-213 for detailed in-
structions on painting. Refer to table 4-1 for
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a list of authorized paints. Refer to TB 746-92-3
for detailed painting and marking information.
a. GeneraL Corrosion is the progressive de-
terioration of metals caused by the chemical
action of their environment. Corrosion-inducing
agente include atmospheric oxygen, moisture,
fumes, acidic substances, and fungi. It is im-
possible to stop corrosion completely. However,
corrosion is usually superficial and ita destruc-
tive action can be retarded so that it will not
I prevent the unit from functioning properly.
Corrosion can be prevented by covering the
item with a protective coating of paint. How-
ever, paint wears away through use and weath-
ering of the item. If the break in the protective
film is not restored, corrosive action begins and
additional work must be done to restore the
surface before the item can be painted. Cor-
rosion is treated by scraping or abrading the
destroyed metal away, applying a coat of pri-
mer and 'painting. When scraping, insure that
all the corroded metal is removed. Corroded
particles that are not removed will continue
the corrosive action even through the surface
is painted .
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Item F.teral 1tod: No. TYJM of Paint
Exterior 8010848-9272 Enamel, olhe-drab,,
lusterl-
Exterior lettering 8010-782-9366 Enamel, white,
Ceiling
Walls
Floor
. Exterior of con-
sole, cabinets,
and working
surface
Panel&
luster! ...
8010-087-0107 Enamel, white,
8010-597-7840
8010530-5566
semiglou
Enamel, green,
oemiglou
Enamel, gl'ay,
lusterleu
Enamel, gl'eeh,
oemigloes
8010-087-0109 Enamel, gl'&f,
semigloss
Interior lettering Enamel, black,
lu$terless
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I CAUTION I
Do not use steel wire brushes on
aluminum and magnesium surfaces.
(1) Start abrading with a coarse grade
of emery cloth or sandpaper and finish with
a fine grade.
(2) Remove all traces of corrosion. Re-
place component if corrosion is deep.
(3) Remove all traces of dust, dirt, con
densation, and other fureign matter before ap-
plying preservative.
(4) Wear gloves to protect bare metal
from perspiration and other corrosive agents
on hands.
(5) Apply primer SOIQ-297-0593 as soon as
possible after cleaning.
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Section Ill. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
4-9. General.
This section prescribes the services upon receipt
of materiel instructions, and also prescribes the
preventive-maintenance services to be perform-
ed and the intervals at which these services are
to be performed. Reduce the intervals for ab-
normal operation or severe conditions. Intervals
during inactive periods may be extended accord-
ingly.
4-10. Preventive-Maintenance Services.
a. Purpose. The BCC must be inspected at
designated intervals for the purpose of insuring
efficient operation and dlllcovering and correct-
ipg 4efects before they result in serious equip-
ment damage or failure.
b. Service Upon Receipt of Materiel. When a
new or reconditioned BCC is received by the us-
ing organization, it is the of the
officer in charge to determine if the BCC is com-
plete and in condition to perform properly
assigned mission when placed in service. Tbe
inspection upon receipt of materiel must include
those items listed in table 4-2.
c. Status Display Panel 1wd Con-
trol B(}X. White blank lenses and
plastic inserts, each with a suggested legend.
are supplied with the BCC for the status dis
play panel COUNTDOWN indicators and
recorder's control box PHASE switches. The
suggested legend may be installed over the
white blank lenses, or wording selected by the
battalion commander may be typed on vellum
paper, coated with clear lacquer 8010-166-3164,
allowed io dry, and inserted over the white
lenses.
Note
The legends for the PHASE switches
on the recorder's control boxes and
the legends for the corresponding
COUNTDOWN indicators on the sta-
tus display panel must be t he same.
Refer to figure 3-3 for arrangement of the sug-
gested legends of the recorder's control box
PHASE switches. Refer to figures 419 and
4-21 and install the white blank lenses and leg-
ends.
I WARNING I
The vehicle exhaust fumes are dan-
gerous to operating personnel. At
each maintenance period, insure that
the BCC expansion joints immedi
ately to the rear of the exhaust
stacks have a tight seal when the
BCC is expanded.
d. Services. Preventive-maintenance serv-
ices are listed in tables 4-2 through 4-6. Every
organization equipped with the equipment cov-
ered in this manual must t horoughly train its
personnel to perform the maintenance proce-
dures for this material. These services, as pre-
scribed by Army regulations, consist of serv-
ices scheduled on a periodic basis and are the
responsibility of the using organization. Record
the deficiencies disclosed in making the in
spections required by this manual on DA Form
2404. Complete a separate DA Jo'orm for each
table of preventive-maintenance services in ac-
cordance with instructions in TM 38-750. Refer
to the technical manuals listed in table l -1 for
preventive-maintenance services of equipment
not included in tables 4-2 through 4-6.
e. Field Alert Status Serv-ices. Due to the
utilization of equipment in the QRA role, it is
necessary to deviate from the normal schedule
of preventive-maintenance services in certain
instances. Table 4-4 contains procedures that
must be performed on a daily basis and in lieu
of the proeedures in table 4-3 when equipment
is being utilized on a field alert status. The pro-
cedures in table 4-5 must be performed in their
entirety immediately before the equipment is
placed on a field alert status and immediately up.
on removal of equipment from field alert status.
The proeedures in table 4-6, which may become
due while the equipment is on field alert status,
must be performed before the equipment is
placed on field alert status.
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Cornetlv actloo
No. Item to be Jnapee\d Proe<urc
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I Bat tery control central a. Remove greue, oil, rust, dirt, corrosion, Pa r , 4-5 (cleaning); -par. 4-8
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or other foreign matter. (corrooion control)
b. &paint chipped '!r peeled aurt..-. Par. 4-7 (pa.intinr)

lnepec:t identification and inetructlon See apeclfic aaaembly.
platea for legibilit y and proper attach-
ment .
2 V41bide M'ltl W .- ID TM
a
(Deleted)
4 Air conditioner Refer to TM 5-4120-259-15.
5 Electrical cables a . Inspect for aecu.mulntion of dirt. oil, or Par. 4-5 (cleaninr)
other matter.
b. Inspect for cracks, breaks, or cuts. Para. 6-8 and 5-9
(repair) (DS)
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6 Electrical connecton ... I nspect for dents or breaks in berrel or Pars. 5-8, 5-11, abd
adapter. Inapect pins and aockets for o-9.1 (repair) (0$)
f aulty or damaged condition.
b. l napect for proper keying. Par. 4-14 (electrical connect or
keying)
7 Conaole (fig. 1-4) ... Inspect for damage during shipment. Par . 5-34 (replacement ) (DS)
b. Inspect for loose or missing screws and Par. 5-34 (replacement) (DS)
parte.

I nspect wire rope .....,mbly for proper Par . 6..S4 (rtplacement) (DS)
operation.
d. Clean exterior sur faces and repaint as Par. 4-5 (cleaning) ; par . 4-7
nec:e.ssary. (paint ing)
8 Patching switchboard lnapect for damaged binding posts and Par. 4-29 (replacement)
(fig. 1-3) hardware.
9 Signal entrance panel

Inspect for damaged binding l)fnlts, conncc
Par. 4-26 (replacement};
(fig. 1-2) tors. and )lround couplers. par. $ 19 (,..placement)
b. Perform sysu.-m ground test. using shield TM 91430-380-14 <tstl (OS)
resistance test set 11039161.
10 Power panel (Ci t(. 14t
"
Inspect for damagt-d or loose ha rdware. Par. 4-2.1 (rtplaeement l:
par. 516 (replaccm.J.!l.U
( OS!
b. Inspect for dcfeeti\
1
C test lamp. Par. 1 -23 ( reJll&<;t:ment)
II (Deleted!
12 TRC-80 rmnel !lig. t -41 Inspect for damaged or loose hardware. Par. 425 I replacement);
par. 5-18 crep1acemenu
IDS)
13 Intercom select panel Inspect for or loose hardware. Par. 424 (replacement);
(rig. l-41
par. a-17 t rt-placement)
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Alert WU11llllf .,.._
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Map cl!opla7 ......
(flp. 4-ll$, 4-27)
Fire atlqalther
(fla. 1"")
Flnt aid ldt (fir. 1"">
Emerpnqo J.antem
(fir, 1-8)
Emerpney !&Dtem
aDd klaxon ....,.
(flr,1-3)
DC pow"' nppliet

llo&nllnc ladder
1-2)
l(arnetf<: ehallt-..
(flp. 1-3, 1-4)
Ch&in (flp. 1-3, 1 .... )
CommDDicat!OU
eqalpmet (tip.
1-3, 1 .... )
Perf............e
Put 1dar.
ID8peet for demep aDCI completel Ill of
eqaip111011t.
IMpeet air fllWr for c!en=ns.
IDqect for warped frame or IIC1'&tcbea ID
plutie abeot. thiiJilt.c:re- for
c1amapl tllnado..
IDqect for """'""' cutlflcatioD IUid for
m..,_ of ciUochup.
&D7 miMilllf 1._.,
ltepbce bulbe &Dd batter! .. required.
IDqect for c1amapl or mlwinr
.. IDqect for c1amapl or !..- hardwue.
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Par. 4-27 (replac.-t);
par. 6-20 t)
(DB)
Par. '-88 (replac-t) ;
par. 6-28
(DB)
Par. 3-2G (!DsttU.doD of
C0111JIOII'I'ltll)
hr. 4-1'7 (Iemotal aDd
ID ... UttloD)
Par. e-M (replace-)
Par. 4-46 ( ..........
Jitter to pl...ud ""

Lltt In"""" of flnt aid ldt.
Par. 4--d (repl-n-t)
Par. 6-10 (DS)
&. T.- oatpat of ponr nppU. for proper Pan. 3-10 aDd 3-11 (_.'nc)
901tap.
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A. lntpeet for demp or 1-of
atttehiDr
1>. IDqect qalck-releeM pint aDd ""- for
PIGper optraliOD.
lnapeet for damep.
lnapeet for dtmtp. Lubricate u NQ1llrtcl.
Jitter to Iaiiie 1-1 for eppUctble tecbnlcal
m&Duai.
TM t-1(60.380..14
Par. 6-84 (replac. t) (DS)
Par. U (lu'bricadGD)
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Battery control central "- I1111pect inteftonneet.ina cable. and winllo Par. IMI (repair) (DS)
for dam...,.
b. IJIIpect ......-., for tiabt oonnec:ticm. Par. 3-1 (MrYiee upon
.--ipt)
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(Doleled}
Co11100le and worktable Cle&D exleriol' Par. (.5 (c:laning)
(fig. 1-4)
Electrical cabl .. ... lnapeet for MCUIIIIalaUou of din, oil, Par. U (deonina)
orothermatller.
b. 1JIIpect for cn.eb, brealoo, or euta. Para. IMI and 3-t (npair)
.
(DS)
Magnetic ehalkboard8 Cle&D .. reqalnd. Par. u (de&Dina)
(fip. 1--3, 1-4)
Power panel (fig. 1-4)
Iupeet for defectlft - lamp.
Par. (.13 (nplaeome.t)
Blower unit (fig. 1--3) lupoet for dirty or eloaecl filter. Jtemo,. Par. 4--37 (removal aDd
and eleaa fitter if n!lf&r7. in.tallation)
Air eondJtioner 1JIIpect for dlrtJ or doaod filter. CleaD TM 6-41-.U$-16
(fig. 12) filter If nee n UJ'.
Communieationa Refer te table 11 for applieable terhnieal
equipment lllllllual.
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(Delel-ed)
Eleetrieal eableo
Eleetrical eonnectoro
Power panel (fig. 1-4)
PrJ
G. 1JIIpect for -alatloe of din, oil, or
otbermatller.
6. lnapeet for c:nelao, bnaka, or euto.
lupoet eon-'on for dam..., and tlcht
--.ticm.
1JIIpect for detectloe - lamp.
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Par. U (elDIDc>
Para. IMI aDd 3-11 (Npalr)
(DS)
Para. IMiand 6-9 (repair)
(DS)
Par . ._13 (Nplacelll4nt)
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Alert Status-Continued
lt.m1 to be inpw:ted
Emergency lanl<!rn
(fig. 13)
First aid kit (fig. 14)
Communications
equipment
(figs. 1 3, 1-4)
Air conditioner
(fig. 13)
Blower unit (fig. 1-3)
DC power supplies
(fig. 1 3)
Batter) control central
Vehicle M791
IJT'()('I.'I hu<e
Replace bulbs and batteries as required.
Replace an)' mssing items.
Perform daiJy
urvices.
lnspeet Cor dirty or clogged air niter. Clean
filter if necessary.
Inspect for dirty or clogged !ill<!r. Remove
4.
b.
and clean filter if necessary.
Teot output of power upplies (or
proper voltage.
Adjuat power supplieo if required.
u. oil. rust, dirt, cor
rosion and other foreil(n maner .
b. Inspect all helttr areas. where
ri\'cts an(J st-ams are located. for e\'1
dcnCt! of water
Rfer to TM 9-23".1.0-2311-10 and TM 9 23"ltl-230-20.
Corr..:lh. e "l:'tiun
r tftr tnt't
Por. 4-42 (replacement)
List in CO\'Cr of first aid kit.
Table 1 1 (applicable tech.
nic:al manual)
TM 5-4120-2591>
Par. 4-37 (removal and
installation)
Pan. 3-10 and 1111 (testing)
Par. 5-10 (adjustment)
1\,rl'll..-th .. )1\'l i<>n
rvftf'IIIH..-
(DS)
Par. 4-.5 <de:anm.,p: par.
ttorrosion ronuvh
Par. -t-60 trcpairl
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4 Electrical connec:tors
5 Console I fig. 141
6 Pau:hintc switchboard
lfig. 131
7 Signal entrance panel
12)
8 panel (fig. 141
9 tO..IetedJ
lnflj)t!('t for dtnts or breaks in bnrtel or
lnspect pins and gc><:kt.'ts for
faul tr or condition.
' ' Inspect for loose or and
part!S.
b. lMve<:1 rope as1emblr for 51fUJH?r
operation.
Jnspt-ct for pu:;t and
hardware.
lnstx'<'t for damaM:t-d bindinu post$. con
nectors. and ..cround l' OUl>1ers.
Inspect for dama.ctoc:l or loMl" hc4Tdwatt.
l'ar"S. anti ;t-!J. l
ircpairl t OSI
P<\t. 5a4 t replat crntnt I
10S
Par . 5 34 (rcplltccmcnt J
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Par. -1 26 trc-plac.:t'mcnO;
lar. 5 19 lrtoplacemt>nO 10 SJ
Par . .t-2:1
tar. 5-16trt!plac.-cmtnu tOS)
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Cor-rUve aeUoa
No. lt..m to be i MJI'tc:ftd p .........
10 TRC-80 panel (fig. 1-4) lnepe<:t for damaged or looae hard-n. Par. 4-25 (reRiacement) ; par.
S-18 (replacement) (DS)
11 Intercom .. lect panel l nape<:t for damaged or loose hardware. Par. 4-24 (replacement) ; par .
(fig, 1-4) o-17 (nplacement) (DS)
12 Status display panel lnspe<:t for damaged or loose hardware, Par. 4-27 (replacement); par.
(fig. 1-4) S.20 (replacement) (OS)
13 Recorder's control lnope<:t for damaged or loose hardware. Par. 4-38 (replacement); par.
boxes (fig. 1-3) 5-23 (replacement) (DS)
.
14 Antenna storage box l nspe<:t for damage and eompleteneu of Par. 4-43 rrrplact>ment 1
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(fig. 1-3) equipment.
15 Alert warning ayst.em Inspect for damaged or loose hardware. Par. 4-36 (replacement)
switch (fig. 1-4)
16 Map display hoarda Ins pect for acratches in plastic sheet. Par. 4-45 (replacement)
(fig, 4-26, 4-27) Inapect thumbecrewo for damage threada.
17 Fire extinguisher Inspect for eur re.nt certification and for Refer to placard on
(fig. 1-4) evidence of diacharge. extingujaher .
18 First aid kit (fig. 1-4) Replace any miuing itema. List in cover of f int aid kit.
19 Emergency lantern Replace bulba and batteries as required. Par . 4-42 (replacement)
(fig. 13)
20 Emergency lantE!rn and Jnspe<:t for damaged or mluing parts. Pan. 4-42 and 4-41
klaxon storage (replacemont)
f ixtures (fig. 13)
21 Chain (figs. 1-IJ, 1-4) Lubricate aa required. Par. 4--1; (lubricat ion)
22 DC power au ppliea a. lnape<:t l or damaged or looae hardware. Par. 5-10 (replacement) (DS)
(fig. 13)
b. T01t output of power uppliea for proper Para. 3-10 and 3-11 (testing)
voltage.
c. Adjuat auppliea i f requir ed. Par, 5-10 (adjustment) (DS)
23 Communications Refer to table 1-1 for appli<able technical
equipment manual.
(liga. 1-3, 14)
24 Boarding ladder 0 . lnepe<:t for damage or looaeneu of TM 9-1450-380-14
(fig. 1-2) attaching parts.
b. Inspect quick r elease pins and ahoes for TM 9-1450-380-14
proper operation.
25 Performance Perform operational teat. Para. 3-10 thru 3-20 (testing)
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b. Ins pect ident1fication and inst-ruction See specific .... mbly.
plates for legibility and proper alla<h
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2 Vhicle M791 Roltr to TM 9-2320-23().10 and TM 9-2320-Z:J0-20.
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keying I
b. Perform cont-inuity test. Par. 4-12 and 4-13 u .. tingl
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5 Communkatiions Refer to tabl 1-1 for applicable t('('hnical
equipment manual.
Crill 1-3, 1-41
6 ConsolelliK. 1-41
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lntpe<t for Par. 5-34 4replatement
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b. Rf'paint e.xterior surfaces as ne<:tuan. Par. 4-7tpsintingl
7 Sign.al entranee panel Perform ground test. shield TM 9-1430-J80-141t""U
resi$lance test set 11039161. IDS I
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4-11. General.
This section contains information and proce-
dures for use by organizational maintenance
penonnel when performing corrective mainte
nance on the BCC. Items listed in legends ap-
plicable to organizational maintenance are in-
1
dicated by (0). The quantity of attaching parts
listed in the legends is the quantity or parts
required to attach a single item or assembly.
No specific instructions are provided for ob-
vious procedures or simple repair information.
Set combination of combination safe to 10-20-
30 prior to turning safe in to supply.
4-12. Electrical Cables Used Extemally.
Table 4-7 lists the BCC electrical cables used
externally (by reference numbers), and the pur-
poae or the individual cab lea. u Be multimeter
and refer to table 4-7.1 to test cables. Refer to
pararraph 4-18 for information on the internal
cables and wiring. Refer to paraeraph 4-14
for electrical connector keying.
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11053819 Provideo inl4!roonneetlon betwO<!n
k laxon and lienal entranoe
panel.
11038614 Provideo inl"oonneetion between
(80WI08) pow.,. panel and
vehicle.
lJ054j)SI Provideo inl"ooMeCtlon between
fm antenna and fm an!A!nna "'"
ceptacle panel.
11054082 Providea inl4!roonneetion between
fm an!A!nna (srouftd) and fin
antenna receptacle panel.
Provideo in.......,nnertion between
am and fm receJver antenna on
rur of van and li..,aaenuanoe
panel.
11039201 Providea int.erconneetion between
(80WIOI) van and lri"'Und rod.
IIOS3979 Provldea conneetlon fD klaxon.
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11053819
Pll 1 Jll
P 12 2 Jl-2
P1..S s J1S
P1-4 4 J l -4
11038614 (60WI08) Pl-1 1 P21
P1-2 2 P2-2
P1-3 3 P2--3
P14 4 P2-4
11054j)S1 PlA ll 1'2-1
P1B 10 P2-2
PlC 9 P2-3
Pl-D 15 P2-4
Pl E 3 1'2-5
PIF 1 P26
PIH 8 P2-7
PIJ 16 P2-8
Pl-K 4 P2-9
PlL 6 P210
P1-M 6 P211
PlN 7 P2-12
llSpare P2-1S
12 Spare 1'2-14
18 Span! P2-15
14 Spare Wire eap
110&4082 PI eontaet P2 eontaet
.
11053979 P l l 1 Tenrunallug
Pl -2 2 Terminal lug
Pl--3 3 Tenrunal lug
Pl-1 4 Terminal lug
I wARNING I
Do not use cleaning solvent near
open flame or sparks. Use only in
a well-ventilated area. Avoid al
lowing solvent to contact the eyes or
skin. Wash the eyes or skin with wa-
ter when contact occurs.
a.. Electrical 11059819. Remove and in-
stall components of electrical cable 11058819
applicable to organizational maintenance as
shown in 41. When replacing marker
band, clean area to which marker band is to
be applied with cleaning solvent 6850-597-9765
and allow to air-dry. Use adhesive 8040-200-1
4390 to install marker band.
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(0) 1-Locknut
(0) 2- Waaher
(0) 3-Screw
(0) 4- Dust cover
5-Conneotor
8
,,
2 I
6-Contact ( 4)
(0) 7 - Plate
(0) 8 - Ciamp
(0) 9 - Adapter
(0) 10- Marker band
(0) II - l.ocknut
(0) 12 - Washer
(0) 13 - Screw
(0) 14- Dual cover
15 - Connector
II
cs
14
12
M 1 ~ 1 8
(0) 16-Plate
(0) 17 - Clamp
(0) 18-Adapter
(0) 19-Marker band
f'i(IIUll ~ - 1 , 'kctriC<JI cable 11053819, trpfoded vietQ.
b. Electrical Cable 11038614 (60WJ08).
(1) ln:rpectwn. Inspect electrical cable
11038614 for frayed or broken insulation and
bent contacts in connector plugs.
! wARNING I
Do not use cleaning solvent near
open flame or sparks. Use only in
a well-ventilated area. Avoid al-
lowing solvent to contact the eyes or
skin. Wash the eyes or skin with wa-
ter when contact occurs.
(2) Repair. Remove and install compo-
nents of electrical cable applicable to organi-
zational maintenance as shown in figure 4-2.
When replacing marker band, clean area to
which marker band is to be applied with clean-
ing solvent 6850-597-9765 and allow to air-dry.
Apply marker band at a temperature between
ts and a2c (65 and ooF). Seal marker band
with brush coat of adhesive 8040-059-5477.
c. Electrical Cable 11054081. Inspect elec-
trical cable 11054081 for frayed or broken in-
sulation and bent contacts. Remove and install
components of the cable applicable to organi-
zational maintenance as shown in figure 4-3.
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d. Electrical Cable 11054082. Inspect elec-
trical cable 11054082 for frayed or broken in-
sulation and bent contacts. Refer to DS main-
tenance for repair of the cable.
e. Electrical Cable 110fi4069. Replace cable
11054063 as an assembly.
I
(0) I - Dust cover
(0) 2 - Index sleeve
(0) 3 - Index. sleeve retaining ring
(0) 4 - Marker bond
Figure -f. Electrical cable IIOS861< (6QW108),
part1at view.
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18
10
2
(0) 1-Nut 6 - Connector
7 - Contact (16)
8 - Plate
9-Clamp
10- Ad&pter
11-Sbell
(0) 2-Washer
(0) 3 - Suew
(0) 4 - Washer
(0) 6 - Cover
12 - Preformed paekinc
18-Inaert
14-Serew
(0) 16-Cover and chain aaoembl7
Fillllr 4-1. Eloclrical ""ble 11054081-1, ~ """'
/. Ekctrical Cabk 110S9t01-9 (60W101). Re-
pair of electrical cable 11089201-9 applicable to
organizational maintenance consists of replac-
ing the marker bands. When replacing marker
band, clean area to which marker band is to be
applied with solvent 6850-597-9765 and allow to
air-dry. Apply marker band at a temperature
between 18 and s2c ( 65 and 90F). Seal
marker band with brush coat of adhesive
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8040..059-15477.
g. Electrical Cabk 1105S979-9. Remove and
install components of electrical cable 11058979-9
applicable to organizational maintenance as
shown in firure 4-4. When replacing marker
band, clean area to which marker band is to be
applied with solvent 6850-597-9765 and allow
to air-dry. Use adhesive 8040-764-6498 to install
marker band. Seal marker band with brush coat
of adhesive 8040..059-5477.
4-13. Jntemal Electrical Cables
and Wiring.

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(0) 1-Nut
(0) 2 - Wuber
(0) 8 - Suew
(0) 4 - Washer
(0) 6 - Cover
6 - Connector
7 - Contact (4)
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M l ~ 8 0 ~
16-Clamp
17 - Identification marker
18 - Identification marker
19 - ldentifiution marker
20-Wire
Ml-20
8 - Plate
9 - Ad&pter
(0) 10-Marker band
11 - Clamp
12-Terminal lug (3)
18 - Ad&pter
14- Cable
a. Generol. The BCC internal electrical cables
and wiring consist of cables and wiring used to Figure 4-4. Elctricol cabu 110511111, nplodod W..
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interconnect electrical components and com-
munications equipment located inside the van,
and to interconnect the components with recep-
tacle panels located on the van. The cables and
wiring are routed through the console structure
and internal ducting in the ceiling of the van
to the components and panels as shown in figure
4-5. The cables and wires are assigned route
codes (fig. 4-5) to facilitate tracing the path of
the cable or wire on the diagram. The route
codes and termination points are listed in table
4-8. Short oz: obvious interconnections are not
listed in the table or shown on the diagram. Re-
fer to appendix E for component name and
reference designations of equipment in the BCC.
Table lntemol Cablel ami Wiring R""te Codt
A
B
c
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
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Refuence deoignationa are abbreviated.
Prefix designations with 99.
Circuit breaker sVtoitch
box A34
JlO and TB 6
Junction of A, B, and C
Power auppliea A27
and A28; TBl
J15
Alert warning switch
Al 2Sl
J!6 and JIB
Jl, J2, J3,
J5, J 7, J9
Patching switchboard
All
J12
Junction of A, B,
and C
Junction of A, B,
and C
Junction of D, , F.
andG
JUJtction of D. E, F,
and G
Junction of D, E, F.
and G
Junction of D. E, F,
and G
Junction or D, E, Ji',
and G
P l , P2, P3, P4, P5,
and PG
Signal entrance panel
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Contiftv.ed
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Cock Prom
L Telephoneo TA-812/
PT A8
M TRC-80 panel A25
N TB3
p Pl!l
s
T
u
v
w
y
y
AA
AB
A-C
A-D
AE
A-F
A-G
AH
A..J
A-K
A-1,
AM
AN
AP
A-R
J15
Intereom aelect panels
A14 and A15
Power panel ASS
Power panel A33
Emergency light A29
Power panel A33
Emergency light A29
Emergency light A81
Emergency light A31
J21
control boxes
A16, AJ7, and AlB
TB3
TPI, TP2, TP3, and
TP4
TBI
TBI
TBI
Status diflplay panel
A43
J24 and J2S
Jll
J22 and J2S
AM radio reeeiver
AN/GRR-5 A42
AM radio receiver
AN/GRR-5 M2
To
Signal entrance panel I
Signal entranee panel
Signal entranee panel
Telepbona T A-312/ PT I
A7
Jl7
TB3
Power supplles A26,
A27, and A28; Rl,
TBl, and TBZ
Emergency light ASl
Emergency light A30
Emergency light A29
TB2
Emergency light A32
TB2
TBl and TB2
TBIO thru TB15
T IO thru TB15
TBl
TB7
TB15
TBB and TB9
TB!O thru TB 15
P12 and P14
Pll
P16 and P18
Signal entranee panel
TB9
A-S FM transceiver 2 TBB
A-T FM tranaceiver I TB7

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b. Wiring Data Table. The wiring data table
(table 4-9) provides continuity data required
for point-to-point continuity checks of the BCC
internal cabling and wiring. The table also pro-
vides information for replacing electrical leads
to pins and terminals of the electrical com-
ponents. The information in the wiring data
table is listed in alphanumeric order according
to reference designations. Refer to appendix E
for reference designations of equipment in the
BCC. Under each reference designation heading
in the "FROM" column of table 4-9, component
parts, such as connectors and terminal boards
and their specific pins or terminals, are listed
alphanumerically. The destination of each wire
connected to these pins and terminals is listed in
the "TO" column, and the wires are identified by
wire number and/or color In the "WIRE ID"
column. Wire shields t hat are grouped and con-
sidered as a common point electrically are identi-
fied by the same letter code. This code is shown
in the "SHD GRP" column. STP is used as a
terminal designation to identify shield tie points.
STM is used as a terminal designation to in-
dicate a shield terminated mechanically. Letters
in the "ROUTE CODE" column are used in con-
junction with table 4-8 and figure 4-5 for trac-
ing the path of the specific wire through the van
and console structure.
I 4-13. 1. Auxiliary Power Connector.
Repair auxiliary power connector (J21) by
replacing the items as shown in figure 4-5.1.
Set torque wrench handle 5120-020-5641 to 12
foot-pounds and tighten index sleeve retaining
nut. Key connector to position 1.
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(0) 2 - (ndcx s l e e v ~ retaining nut
Ml .t9201.
9 - Connector s hell
10 - RFI gasket
iOJ 3 - Index s l ~ v e
!0) 4 - Prerormed packing
(01 5 - Lo<knut{4)
(0) 6 - Wa.her !4)
(O't 1 - Screw ( 4)
(Ol 8 - Waahor (4)
ll - Cable clamp
12 - Washer
13 - Adapter
14 - Rubber bushin,g
15 - Insert
16 - Contact. (4)
Figure -'5.1 . . 4 uxili0'11J#f)U,'f:r t,"(Hmect or . e.rploded tJiew.
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Table 4- 9. Wi ring Data Table
FROM

WIRE TO SHO
ROUTE FROM SHC WIRE TO SHO ROUTE
RP 10 GRP CODE
10 fGRP CODE
Notes: 1.
Refe r e nce deslgnationa a re abbreviated. Prefix designations with 99,
2. Asterisk <"l indicates used on serial numbe r 00002.
CR7 1 308 Rl 2
E23 31 All 169 J
CR7- 2 309 TB2 8
E23 AK 31 All 169 AL J
CRil- l 429 E307
23-STP AK 644 E21
CRil-2 430 308
24 isLK 31 All 170 J
CRI2- 1 436 E311
E25 RED 32 All E17 1 J
CR122 437 312
E25 AM 32 All E171 AN J
CRI3 1 443 E3 15
E25- STP AM 645 21
CRI32 444 316
E26 jl!LK 32 All 172 J
CRI4 1 431 309
E27 Into 33 All 173 J
CRI4- 2 433 TBS-4
27 AO 33 All E173 AP J
CRI51 438 E313
E27- STP AO 646 22
CRI5 2 440 TB316
E28 jBLK 33 All 174 J
CR16 1 445 E317
E29 RED 34 All 187 J
CRI62 447 T B3 28
E29 AQ 34 All 187 AR J
E1 RED22 All 159 J
E29 STP AQ 6 47 35
El s 22 All E159 T J
30 BLK 34 All 188 J
E1 STP
s
835 E7
31 RED 35 All 189 J
E2 BLK 22 All E160 J
31 AS 35 All 189 AT J
3 RED 23 All 161 J
31-STP AS 648 38
E3 u 23 All 161 v J
32 35 All 190 J
E3 STP u 836 8
33
Ia ED
36 All 191 J
E4 BLK 23 All 162 J
33 AU 38 All E191 AV J
E5 RED 24 All 163 J
E33 STP AU 649 E36
E5 w 24 All 163 X J
E34 !eLK 38 All 192 J
5- STP w 637 8
35 647 29-STP AQ
E6 BLK 24 All E164. J
E36 648 E31-STP AS
E7 635 EI STP s
E36 649 33-STP AU
E7 638 E9 STP
y
37

37 All E181 J
E7 639 Eli- STP AA
E37 AW 37 All E181 AX J
E8 636 E3-STP u
E37STP AW 650 43
8 637 E5-STP w
38 !eLK 37 All 182 J
ES 640 E13-STP AC
E39 38 All 183 J
E9 RED 25 All 153 J
39 AY 38 All E163 AZ J
E9
y
25 All 153 z J
39- STP AY 651 E44
9-STP
y
638 E7
E40 jnLK 38 All E184 J
10 BLK 25 All El54 J
E41

39 All 185 J
1 I RED 26 All El 55 J
E41 BA 39 All E185 BB J
Ell jAA 26 All EI SS AB J
E41ST P BA 652 E44
EIISTP 639 E7
E42 BLK 39 All 186 J
El2 BLK 26 All 156 J
E43 650 E37STP AW
13 RED 27 All 157 J
E13 jAc 27 All 157 AD J
E43 653 E45- STP BC
EI3 STP jAc
640 8
E43 654 47- STP BE
El 4 BLK 27 All 158 J
E44 651 39- STP AY
El5 RED 28 All 175 J
E44 652 EUSTP BA
E15 jAE 28 All El75 AF J
E44 655 E49STP BG
E15-STP jAE 641 E21
E45
iRED
40 All E203 J
El6 BLK 28 All 176 J
E45 BC 40 All 203 BD J
El 7 RED29 All El77 J
E45STP BC 653 E43
El7

29 All El77 All J
E46 !BLK
40 All E204 J
El7 STP 642 E22
E47

41 All E29S J
EIS BLK29 All 178 J
E47 BE 41 All 205 BF J
El9 RED 30 All E1SI J
E47- STP BE 654 E43
E19
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30 All El51 AJ J
E48 ieLK 41 All 206 J
1::19-STP
jAI 643 E22
E20 BLK 30 All El52 J
E49
42 All 179 J
E21 641 EI 5-STP AE
49 Inc 42 All 179 BH J
21 644 E23ST P AK
49- STP BC 655 E44
21 645 E25STP AM
E50 lsJ.K 42 All 180 J
22 642 17-STP AG
E51 43 All 197 J
E22 643 19-STP AI
ESI
IBI
43 All El97 BJ J
E22 646 E27-STP AO
E51 STP B1 656 E57
52 jBLK 43 All 198 J
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pRP ID GAP CODE pRP ID FRP
CODE
E53 RED tt All 199 J
E53
: ~
u All 199 BL J
79-STP CG 668 ESS
ES3-STP 667 68
1!:80 BLK55 All E2liS J
ESt BLK tt All &too J
81 RED 56 All 227 J
ESS REDU All 201 J
81 CI 56 All 227 CJ J
ESS
::f
tS All &201 BN J
81-STP CI 669 88
ESSSTP M 658 E$8
E82 BLKS6 All 228 J
ES6 BLKU All 202 J 83 RED 57 All 228 J
EST
6$6 51-STP 81 83 CK 51 All Ezzt CL J
57 e&t E&tSTP BO
83-STP CK 670 88
ESt &eo EtiSTP
BQ
84 BLK 57 All 230 J
E$8 6$7 E63STP
: ~
85 668 ETtSTP CG
58 658 E8SSTP
6$ 671 87-STP Cll
E$8 881 Et3-STP BS
65 672 88-STP CN
ESt RED <WI All 216 J
E86 669 81-STP CI
E59
:g
<WI All EllS BP J 86 670 83STP CK
ES9-STP 659 !67 86 673 E91STP CQ
60 BLK <WI All EllS J
87 RED 58 All 247 J
f)! I RED 47 All EU7 J
87 CM 58 All 247 CN J
ESI BQ 47 All 217 BR J
87-STP CM 671 85
ESISTP BQ 660 67
88 8LK58 All 248 J
62 BLK 47 All 216 J
89 RED 59 All 221 J
63 R048 All !!119 J
89 co 59 All 221 CP J
63 88 .. All 8219 8T J
89-STP CN 672 85
63-STP BS 881 58
90 BLK 59 All 222 J
64 BLKU All E220 J
91 R080 All 223 J
65 RED49 All Ei09 J 91 CQ 80 All 223 CR J
65 BU 49 All 209 BV J 91STP CQ 673 86
ESS-STP BU 662 71
92 BLK 60 All 224 J
66 llLK 49 All EIIO J 93 REDBB A8 I L
67 RED 50 All Ell! J
E93 DG 68 A8 DH L
67 BW 50 All Ell! ox J
93-STP DG 881 89
E67STP BW 863 71 94 BLK 88 A8 2 L
68 BLK60 All 212 J
95 R081 All 243 J
69 RED 51 All 213 J
95 cs 81 All 243 CT J
69 BY 5 1 All U3 DZ J
9SSTP cs 874 EIOO
E69STP BY 864 72 Et6 BLK 81 All 244 J
70 BLK51 All 214 J
97 RED 62 All EMS J
71 8U EU STP BU
97 cu 63 All EMS cv J
71 886 E75 STP cc
E97STP cu 675 100
71 685 78 STP
~ ~
98 BLK 82 All EZ<WI J
72 883 EBTSTP 99 676 EIOSSTP cw
72 884 EBt STP BY
E9t 681 93-STP DG
72 887 E77 STP CE
99 889 EI01-STP DW
73 RED 52 All &lSI J
EIOO 674 95-STP cs
73 CA 61 All EISI CB J
100 675 97-STP cu
E73STP CA 886 71
EIOO 677 105-STP CY
74 8LK6l All 232 J
101 RED76 TB311 N
75 RED 53 All EIS3 J
&101 T1W 78 TB3 DX N
75 cc 63 All 233 CD J
EIOISTI T1W 889 E99
E7S-STP cc 668 71
102 BLK78 TB3t N
E76 BLK 53 All 234 J
E103 RED63 All &235 , J
77 REDM All E207 J
103 cw 63 All E23S ex J
77 CE M All E207 CF J
103-STF cw 676 99
77-STP CE 887 72 104 BLK63 All ElSe J
78 BLK M All Etoa J
EIOS REDM All 237 J
79 RED 55 All F.215 J
EIOS CY 64 All 237 cz J
79 CG 55 All F.U5 CH J
106-STF CY 677 &100
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E1oe BLK 64 All 238 J
135 EG 81 TB3 EH N
107 RED77 TB34 N
135-STP EG 684 141
[101 DY 77 TB3 DZ N F.l38 BLK 81 TB3-25 N
101-STP DY 690 113 138 RED75 AZ6 1 ..
108 BLK 77 TB3-1 N 139 DIJ 76 AZS 1 DV M
111 RED71 A25 E9 M
13 .. STP DU 688 142
111 DM 71 A25 E9 DN M
140 BLK 15 A25 E2 ..
111-STP DM 684 114
EIU 684 EI!S-STP EG
112 BLK 71 AU 10 M
143 688 EISt-STP
~
113 690 107-IITP DY 143 GD 601 AU AP
113
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691 116-STP EA
143-STP GD
E250 620 JHJTP
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H
114 684 111-STP DM 250 622 J2STP c H
114 896 119-STP 00
250 624 J!STP H
116 RED76 TB3-23 N
3oe 432 TB31
Ell& EA 76 TB3 EB N
1::307 429 CRil- l
EII&STP EA 691 113
1::307 435 319
116 BLK 78 TB3-21 N 308 430 CRII2
119 RED72 Aa5 1 M 309 431 CRI41
Ellt 00 72 A25 7 DP M 309 434 TBS-8
119-STP 00 696 114
[310 439 TB3-13
EIZO BLK 12 A26 E8 M 311 4H CRI2-1
121 RED7t TBS- 16 N
311 442 321
EUI EC 79 Tll3 ED N
312 437 CRI2 2
EUI STP EC Stz 127 313 438 CRIS I
122 BLK 71 TB313 N 313 441 TB3 20
ELZS RED 73 A2$ 3 M 314 ... TB32S
125 DQ 73 A2S 3 DR M 316 443 CR13 1
125-STP DQ 686 128
316 449 323
128 BLK 73 A26 E8 M
316 444 CR13- 2
317 445 CRIS-1
127 692 121STP EC 317 446 TB332
127 693 129-sTP EE 318 450 320
318 455 TB3- SI
128 686 126-STP DQ 319 435 301
1l6 687 133-STP DS 320 450 318
L2t RED80 TBII-35 N 320 451 322
E12t EE 80 TB3 EF N 3U 442 311
129-STP EE 693 127
322 451 320
130 BLK 80 TB!-33 N
323 ..... 315
133 R074 A2S 3 M
324 453 328
133 DS 74 A26 3 DT M
326 t st TBS-49
133-STP DS 687 128
326 4$3 324
134 BLK 74 A2S E4 M
328 464 328
136 RED81 TB328 N
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FROM

WIRE TO SHD
RP 10 GAP
ESI8 4154 E3Je
ESI8 4$1 Tll3 3t
ESI8 658 T8S 65
!:333 807 A35 1
353 810 J:I0-20
ESM 808 ASS ES
354 811 JZO It
E3S9 800 T82 1
E3S9 701 T8l STP
350 158 T884
I
7 10
All
Elts
351 711 All EIH
352 115 JU
Em 714 J24
Jl IQ PI
Jl

IR PI
Jl I PI 8
JI-A IP PIA
JI-B IN Pl 8
JIC llol PI C
JID IL PI D
JI-E IK PI
J I-F IJ PI F
JIG 18 PI-G
JI-ll 10 P1 8
JIJ IF PI-J
JIK IE PIK
JI-L ID PIL
JI-M IC P IM
J I-P lA P I P
J I-U 18 PI U
JI STP A 610 EISO
Jl 4Q P2
J2 4R PJ
Ja c 4 PI D
J2-A 4P PI A
JZB 411 PIB
J:I-C 4M PI- C
JID 4L PI D
12 4K PI
J2F 4J PI F
JZ-0 48 Pl-<l
J2H 40 PIH
JI-J 4F PI J
11-K 4E PI K
JZL 4D PI L
JI-M 4C PlM
J2-P
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pa.p
JZU u PI-U
JZSTP c 822 180
J3 7Q P3
I S 7R PS
J3 E 7 PS F
J3A 7P PSA
J3B

PSB
1$-C PSC
J3-D 7L PS D
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ROUTE FROM SHC WIRE
CODE
10
J3E 7K
J3F 7J
JSO 78
JS 8 7C
JS-J 7F
JS.-K 7
J3-L 7D
JSM 7C
J:J-P 7A
J3-U 7B
13-STP E 6Z4
J4- l 10
J42 II
8 J 4-3 12
H JS
8 JS IS
H JS c
H J5 I
H JSI ISC
H JS-2 l SD
H JS-3 13A
H JS-4 138
H JSS 13
H 13F
H JS 7 130
H JS-8 138
8 JS-9 13J
H JSIO 627
H JSSTP 0
H J5-STP I 827
J6-l 14
H J62 16
H J63 18
H J7
H J7 17
H J 7 K
8 J7 M
H J71 17C
H J7-2 17D
H J7-3 17A
H J7-4 178
H J75 17
H J7 6 17F
H J7-7 17G
H J?-8 178
H J7"9 17J
8 J?-10 630
8 J7STP M 630
J7STP K
II J8-l 18
H JS-2 19
H J8-3 20
H J9
8 J8 II
8 J8 0
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21A
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21E
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146
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147
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83
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85
86
87
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89
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93
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BLK 66
RF.D 69
BLK 65
BLK 82
BLK 69
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RF.D 66
RF.D 67
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RF.D 97
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BLK 112
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P6 R H Jl52 152 J171 s
P6- 1 H Jl5 3 151 AM 281 A, C.
P6-2 II Jl5-4 153 J17-3 s
P6- 3 II Jl6- l 146 JI0-2 c
P6-4 II Jl6-2 148 Jl6-l
P65 H Jl6-3 147 JI0-4 G
P6-6 II J 16-4 149 Jl8-3
P6-7 II J17-1 152 Jl52 s
1'6- 8 II Jl72 154 J l9 1
P6- 9 H Jl7-3 153 Jl5 4 s
J9STP Q Jl7-4 155 Jlt-3
Jl8-l 148 J l6 2
J9-10 J l 83 149 Jl6- 4
CB9-9 AB J l 9-l 154 J172
J16-l c Jl9-3 155 J17-4
281 AB J20I 614 TB3-41
Jl63 c J20-2 612 Rh-2
Pll OF A M J20-3 609 ASS 2
Pll-1 A M J20-4 615 TBS-43
no-s 616 TB359
P 19A K 613 R.S-2
PI9-B K J20-19 611 334
P 19-C K J2020 610 333
P19- D K J21 FO 311 TBI FP AC
P19-E K J211 311C TB22 A-C
P19F K J212 3110 TB22 AC
PI9 C K J21 -3 311A TBI J A C
PJ9-H K J214 311B TBI I AC
PI9J K J21-STP FO
P19 K K J22 715 352
PI9L K J22 605P PIG
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PI9L K J22 OL 605 PIS A-ll
PI9-M K J22- 1 6058 P16A AN
PJ9-l'l K J222 605K P16 B A N
P19- N K J223 60SJ PJ6-<; A N
P 19P K J22-4 60SQ P160 AN
P19-Q K J22-5 60SC PIS All
Pl9R K 60S A PI 6- F AN
Pl9S K J22-7 605H P16H A N
PI9 T K J228 605R PI6J A-N
PI9-U K J22-9 6050 PI 6 K AN
PI9 V K J22-IO 60SE PI 6L All
Pl9-W K JZ211 60SF PI6M AN
P I9X K J2212 6050 P16!< AN
P I9-Y K J22-13 605L PIG AN
P19- Z K J22 14 PJ6 A- N
Pl9- Z K J22- IS 605N Pl6 A-N
Pl 9 CP K J22STP CL
J 12- STP CQ J23 ON 606 Pl8 OM AN
JI2L J 231 P18 1 AN
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Pl9 G'l' K J24 714 F.353
J12STP GU J24 603P P12 A-1
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Pl9 cv K J24-2 603K PU-8 AL
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JI2Z J24S 603C P12E AL
Pl9 cz K J24-6 603A 1'12-F AL
Pl9 1111 K J24-7 60311 PI 2H AL
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10 CODE
PI -E I K J I-E H
1'3-U 78 1S-V H
PIF LJ JIF H 1'3-STM PS-8TP F
PIQ lH JI-Q H P3 8TP F PSSTM
PI H 10 JIH H P4 J5 H
Phi IF JI-J H P4 13 J5 H
PIK IE JI-K II P4 H J5 0 H
PI-I,. 10 JlL H P4 J J5 I H
P I-M I C JI-M H P4 1 13C J5 1 H
Pl -l'i 2 PI T P4 1 130 J5 2 H
PI-P lA JI P H P4 3 13/t. J5 3 H
3 PIS P44 138
J5 4 H
PI S 3 PIR P45 13 J56 H
PIT 2 PIN P46 13F J68 H
PI U IB J1U H
1'4-7 130 J67 H
PI STM PI-STP B P48 ISH J5 8 H
I PI STP B PI-STM P41 l3J J5 1 H
P2 4Q JJI H P4 10 us P4 8TP J
P2 41\ J2 H P4 STP H G.M P4STP J
P2 D 4 J2 c H P48TP J 61115 P4-STP H
P2-A 4P J2A II P4STP J 618 P410
P2B 4H J28 H P5 J7 H
P2 C 4M 12-C H P5 17 J1 H
P2,D 4L J20 H P5 L J1 K II
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P2 L 40 J2-L H P56 17F J76 H
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P2 T 5 P2N P&STP N 689 P5 8TP I,.
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P3-C 7M J3C H 1'6-4 218 Jt-4 H
P3-D 7L J30 H 1'6-5 21 Jt- 5 H
P3-E ?K J3 H P6-8 21F H
P3-F 7J J3F H 1'6-7 210 Jt- 7 H
P3C 7H J3C H
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P9B 378 Al7 JI B P19-N BLK 82 J12N K
P9C 379 Al7 JIC PI9-P BLK 69 Jl2P K
P90 380 Al7 Jl-0 Pl9-P R070 A7 1
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PIZ 803L J2413 AL P 19X J 12-X K
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P12-B 803K J242
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PIS 606M J22 14 A N Pl9 IIF 69 Jl2 HE K
PIS 605N J22 J6 A N
(Jl9 HC 70 A7
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PIS 605P J22 A-N Pl9STP 1111
PIS OK 605 J22
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A-N Rll 310 TBI11
Pl6A 6058 J%2- 1 A-N Rl2 287 A33 5112 u
PISB 605K J22 2 A-N Rl-2 308 CR7l
PI6C 606J J22- 3 A-N RS- 1 619 TB337
PlSD 805Q J224 A-N RS-2 612 J20-2
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P19-A 127 JI2A K T81-6
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Pt9-B 83 JI2B K TBI -6 -162 TPI A F
P19- C 84 JI2C TBI-7 -168 TBT-1 AG
PI9D 85 JIZD K TBI7 -169 TB151 AH
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P19H 89 Jl2 11 K TBI-10 276 A3S CB<-2 u
PI9J 90 JI2J K TBl- 10 471 T89- 1 AJ

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PI9-L Bl.K 67 J 121. K TBI-12 134 A34 CBIIIl A, C.D
P19-L BLK 66 Jl2- t. K TBI-12 227 A33 CBI-2 u
PI9-M nr.o &9 JI2 M K TBII2 BLK 138 A13
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Pl9-N BLK 65 J12-N K TBI- 13 139 Al2 Sl-1 D.F
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TB 1 16 140 Al2 Sl -6 D, F
TBI-16 157 TB2 4
TBl-18 GRN138 Al3
TB2-I 600 E339
TB22 3UC J21- l A-c
TB22 31U: J21-2 A-c
TB2-3 279 A27

T82-3 281 A28 4
TB2_. 157 TBI-16
I TB2 ... 283 A :Ill 4
T B 2 - ~ 298 AU 2 z
TB2-5 303 A31 2 A-8
TB2-8 474 TB8-2 AJ
T82-6
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T82- 7
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TB2 8 273 A33 061- 1 u
TB2- 8 309 Cll72
T82 9 713 TP6
TB2-STP FP 702 :!39
TB3 DX 76 EIOI rN/ N
TB3 DX 190 A14 84 EP T
TB3 DX 2 A15 84 FC T
TB3 DX 528 TBIO FX A-E
T83 DZ 77 [107 DY N
T83 DZ 189 Al4 84 EO T
TB3 DZ 197 A14 56
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TB3 D'l 251 AIS 064 F./ T
TB3 D'l 527 TBIO FW AE
TB3 EB 78 t:ll5 EA N
TB3 EB 192 Al4 84 ER T
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TB3 EB 530 TBI2 FZ A-E
TB3 ED 79 E121 EC N
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TW ED 1111 Al4 S4 EV T TBSII BLK S30 TBI2 3 A E
TB3 ED 245 AI$
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TB3 ED 2$0 AI$ OS$ Fl T TBSU BLK :MI AI$ 8'14 T
TBS ED Sit TBU FY A E
TB3-23 RED 78 Ell&
TB3 El' 80 129 EE N TB3 23 RED 530 TB1.2 4 AE
TB3 EF IN A14 54 ET T TBS-14 RED 192 A14 54 44 T
TB3 El' 148 A15 54 FO T TB3 24 RED :M1 AIS 54-44 T
TB3 EF 532 TBI4 <Ja TBI- 26
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T83 EH 81 E135 EO
TB3IUI BLI( 81 E138
TBS Ell 193 Al4
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TBS EH 1116 Al4 54 EU T TB326 BLK 193 A If 8411 T
TBS Ell 247 AIS S4 FF T TB3-27 BLK 531 TBI41
TBS EH au AIS 054 Fll T
TBa-28 447 CRil -l
TBS EH 531 TB14 GA
TB3-a8 RED 81 135
TB3 EY 118 Al4 81 EX T
TB3-If RED247 All 54-47 T
TBS PL 262 AIS 81 FK TB3 1f RED 193 A14 84-47 T
TB31 432 301
TB3 SO RED 631 TBf4 1
TB3-1 BLK T7 E108 TBa-11 RED 1116 Al4 054-2 T
TB31 BLK 1111 A14 !M-Il T TBa-31 RED 149 AIS 054-2 T
TB3 1 BLK 24:1 AI$ !M-IS T TB3U 441 317
TB3 3 BLK517 TBID-1 TB3Sl BLK 146 AI$ 054- 1 T
TBS-4 433 CRI4-2
TBI-U BLK 193 Al4 054 1 T I
TB3-4 RED T7 107
TBI-33 BLK$32 TBI4 1 AE
TB3-5 RED 1111 Al4 84-43 T TB3 11 BLK 110 130
TBI-& RED :K:I AIS 8'-43 T TB314 Bl.XIM Al4 54- 18 T
TB3-6 RED 527 TBIOZ TBS M BLK 248 All 84 11 T
TB3 7 R!D lt7 Al4 D86-2 T TBS-35 R!D 532 TBI44 AE
TBS-7 RED 151 AI& 086-2 T TB335 R!D 110 El:zt
TB3 1 434 ESot TB331 R!DIM AH 84-48 T
TB3 8 BLK 19'7 A14 086-1 T T8331 R!D248 AIS 84-48 T
TB3 8 BLK 151 All D861 T T83 37 us ASS 3
T83 9 BLK 78 102
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TBS-9 BLK 518 TBI0-3 TBa-38 JOO A14 81- 2 T
T83-IO BLK:IM AIS 84-12 T
T83-38 1$4 AIS 91 2 T
T83-IO BLK liD A14 84-12 T
T83-39 452 328
TBS-11 REDSU TBI0-4 TBS-40 707 Al 4 95 T
TBSII RED 71 EIOI TBS-40 108 AIS 95 T
TBI-12 REDIM AIS 8'-41 T TBa-41 814 J20-l
TB311 RED 190 Al4 84-42 T TBI-42 RED 198 A14 81-1 T
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TB3 13 BLK 7t EIZ2 TBa-43 615 J20-4
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TB314 BLK :145 Al5 8415 T TBa-44 BLK 262 AIS 81-5 T
TBI-15 BLKSif T812-l TBa-45 458 ES:If
TB311 440 CRIS-2 TBa-45 459 TBI0- 5 AE
TB311 RED 71 El21 TBI-41 203 Al4 OS$- I
TB317 RED 1.81 Al4 54-45 T TBa-41 267 AI& 083- 1 T
TB317 RED 245 AIS 54-45 T TBa-47 457 327
TB318 RED 529 TB12-2 A E T81 47 460 T812 5 AE
T8319 RED 186 A14 DSS-2 T TBS-48 202 A14 0821 T
TBS-19 RED 250 Al5 DS$2 T T88-48 251 A15 082-1 T
TB3 20 441 E313 T83-49 456 315
TB3 20 BLK 1111 A14 0951 T TB3-48 461 TBI4 5 AE
TBS- 20 BLK 230 AI$ DS$1 T TB350 201 A14 081 1 T
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TBS51 205
TB:I-51 :158
TBS51 455
TB3-52 482
TBS-53 204
TIIS-53 158
T83-54 466
TBSM 463
TBS-55 ao6
TB3-55 uo
TBs-56 461
TIIS-56 464
TB3-56 688
TB3-57 207
T83-57 21111
TIIS-58 211
TIIS-58 185
TIIS-59 616
TB3-st 617
TIIS-STP ox
TBSSTP DZ
TIIS-STP
TB3STP
Tllll-STP EF
TllllSTP EH
TB3STP EY 898
TllllSTP EY 700
TllllSTP FL 700
TB8-I 10
TB6-I 14
TB81 18
TB81 143
TB62 II
TB6-2 16
TB6-2 19
TB62 142
TB63 12
TB83 16
TB63 20
TB64 158
TB71 468
TB?-2 475
TBB-1 470
TB82 474
TBB-3 5H
TBt-1 471
TBt-2 6H
TBIO 147
TBIO
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TBIO 521
TBIO FX 521
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TBIG-2
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85-1 T

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318 347 AI& TBI-4 A D
TBII-1 A- TBtc-5 459 TB3-45 A E
85-2 T 347E AI& TBI-S A D
85- 1 T TBIG-6 500 A45AI D812 A K
I TBIG-6 3471 Al6 TBI-4 AD
TBII- 3 A- TBic-7 501 A43AI D81-2 A-K
I TBic-7

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I TBic-8 A43AI DSs-2 A-K
I TBic-8 34Tf All TBI-8 A-D
TBII 5 A-E TBic-9 503 A43AI D84-2 A K
T83-STP EY TBic-9 347J A16 TB1-9 A D
2 TBic-JO 504 A43A1 D&-2 A- K
2 AI& TBI-10
A D
8$ 11 T TBI0-11
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85-11 T TB1G-II 348 A16 TB2-4 A-D
JI0-5 TBI0-12 A43A2 DSI-2 A- K
!I TBic-12 34BE AJ8 TB2-5
A D
TBJc-JS 507 A43A2 D82-2
A K
TBic-13
34B.f A16 TB2-6
TBJc-14 508 A43A2 D832 A K
TBI0-14 3480 A16 TB2-7 A D

TBJ0-6T
TB356 TBII-1 479 TBI31
TB3STP FL TBII-1 482 TB3 52 AE
TllllSTP EY
TBII-2 495 A43Al D613 AK
J4-l TBII- 2 348A All AO
J6 1 TBII3 460 TBI33
J81 TBII3 483 TB354 A-
816 a,c. r TBJI4 3488 AI& TB22 A-D
J ... J TBII5 481 TBIS-S
J6 2 TBII5 484 TBS-56 A E
J8 1 TBII6 496 A43 1)83-1 A K
8 1 1 B, C,J' TBIJ-8 :wsc AI& TB2-3
A D
J 4- l TBII-12 497 A43 ll612 A K
J63 TBII-12 348E AI& TB28 A D
J83 TBIIIS 488 A43 062-2 AK
350 TBII-13 348J A16 TB28 AD
TBIT AQ TBII-14
4s:R
A43 0852 AK
TBII-6 A G TBIII4 348 AI& TB210 AD
TBI I AJ TBI2 386 AI? TBI AD
TBI-4 A J TBI2 387 AI? TB2 A-D
TBt-1 TBI2 FY 5211 TB3 ED A-E
TBI IO A-J TBI2 FZ 530 TBI EB A-E
Tll&-3 TBI2 1 BLK5211 TN-15
TBI AD TBI21 386) AI? TBI- 1 A- D
TN AD TBI%-2 RED529 TN-18
TBS DZ A T8122 386! Al7 TBI 2 A D
T83 ox A E TBta-3 BLK530 T83-ll
T83 3 A TBI23 386( AI? TBI-3 A- D
TBI-1 A-D TBI2-4

T83-U
T83-6 A-E TBI2-4 386 AI? TBI-4 A- D
TBI I A-D
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Table 4 9. Wlrlq Data Table - ConUnu.ed
FROM

WIRE TO S>tO ROUTE fROM SHC WIFt( TO

ROUTE
10 GRP COO FRP
10 RP CODE
TB12-5 4 60 TB347 TBI4-8 520 A43AS D632 A-K
TBI2S 386 Al l TBI6 A-D TBH-8 4251 A18 TBI -8 AD
T BI2-6 509 A43A3 D612 AK TBI-9 521 A43AS D64-2 A- K
TB12-6 386 Al7 TBI-6 A-D TBI4-9 4Z5.J Al8 TBl-9 A-D
TB12-7 $10 A43A3 0622 A- K TB14-IO

A43A5 DSS 2 A K
TB12-7 386( Al 7 TBI7 AD TBI4-10 425 Al 8 TBI-10 AD
TB12-8 511 U 3A3 063-2 A K T814 11 523 A43A5 De6-2 A- K
TB12-8 386 Al 7 TBI-8 A-D TB14-II 4261 A18 TB2-4 A-D
TB12- 9 512 A43A3 DSt-2 A- K TBI4-12 524 A43AS D612 A- K

TB12-9 38&.1 AI? TBI9 AD TBI4-l2 4261 A18 TB2-S AD
TB12-10 513 A43A3 DSS-2 A K TBI4-13 525 A43A6 062-2 A K
TB12- IO 3861 A17 TBI- 10 AD TBI4 13 4261 A18 TB2-6 A-D
TB12- II 514 A43A3 D682 A-K TBH-14

A43A6 063-2 A-K
TB12-Il 387 Al7 TB2-4 A-D T814-14 Al8 TBZ- 7 A-D
TB12 12 387 Al7 TB25 AD TBI4-STP GA
TB12 12 SIS A43A4 DSI-2 A K TB14-STP GB
T1112-13 516 A43A4 062- 2 AK TBIS 426 A18 TB2 AD
TB12- 13 387 Al7 TB2-6

TB15 1 469 TB1-7
TB12-14 517 A43A4 D63-2 -K TBIS I 476 TBI3-l
TB12-14 387( AI? TB2-7 A-D TBI52 48$ A43A5 DSI -3 A-K
TB12-STP ... TBIS-2 426} Al8 T821 A-D
T812- STP F'l TBI5-3 472 TBI-S A-ll
TB13 387 Al7 TB2 A- D TBIS-3 477 TB13-3
T813- l 476 TBISI TBIS-4 Al8 TB22 A-D
TB13- 1 479 TBII 1 TBI55 473 TB27 A ll
T813-2 490 A43A3 0513 A-K TBIS-5 478 T8135
TB13-2 387 Al7 1' 8 2- 1 A-D TBIS-6 486 A43 059-1 A-K
TB13- 3 477 TB153 T815-6 426( Al8 TB23 A-D
TB133 480 TBII- 3 TBlS- 12 487 A43 D57 2 A K
T8134 38!1
A17 TB22 A D TBlS-12 4261 Al8 T82 8 A D
T8135 478 T815-5 TDU-13 488 A43 058 2 A K
TDI3-S 481 TBII -5 TBlS- IS 426J A18 T829 A D
I
TB13-6 491 A43 DS0- 1 AK TBlS- 14 489 A43 089-2 A K
T813-6 387.C Al7 TB2- 3 A-D TBIS-14 4261 Al8 TD2-JO A-D
T813-12 492 A43 OS4- 2 A-K TPI 462 TBl-6 A- F
TB13 12 387 AI? TB28 A D TP2 463 TB18 A F
TBI3 13 493 A43 DSS-2 AK TP3 464 TB1 3 A F
TB13-13 387 Al7 T82 0 A-D TP4 465 TB.I-4 A F
T BJ3-14 494 A43 056-2 A-K TPS 713 T82-9
TBl3 14 387 Al7 TB2 10 A-D A7
TB14 425 Al8 T BI A D liD 70 Pl9 llC
p
I
TB14 OA 531 TB3 H A E 1 RED 70 Pl9
p p
TBI4 GB 532 TB3 EF A 2 BLK
p
TB141 BLK$31 TB3-27 A8
TBI4 1 425 Al 8 TBI l A- D DH 68 93 DO L
TBI4-2 RE0631 TB3-30 I RED 68 93 L
TB14-2 425 All TB I- 2 A D 2 BLK 66
-
L
TB14-3 BLK532 TB3-33 All
TBH-3 425 A18 TB13 A-D [lSI RED 30 19 J
TBl ._. R E0632 TD3-3$ 15 1 30 19 AI J
TBI4-i 425 AlB T BI-4 A- D
152 BLK 30 El!O J
TB14-5 461 TB3-49 153 RED 25 9 J
TB14-5 425 AlB TBI-5 AD 1$3 z 25 9
y
J
TB14-6 5 18 A43AS 061 2 A K 154 BLK 25 10
TBI4-6 425 AI& TBI-6 AD EISS RED 26 Ell s
TBI4-7 518 A43AS 062-2 A K 155 AD 26 Ell AA s
TBli-7 425 AI& TBI-7 AD
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Tabla 4 9. WlrlnJ Da&a Table C'a MIII
FIIOM

WIR TO

IIOUTE FROM

WillE TO

IIOUTE
10 CODE 10 CODE
jAil (Coat)
AII (Coot)
IBL isK r-:1511 BLK :Ill El l J 199 44 EM J
t; l$7 RED 17 13
lAc
J E200 BLX 44 E64 J
Kl57
lAD 17 13 J 201
IBN
BED 46 55
laM
J
F:l58 BLK 17 !:14 J E301 46 E55 J
t:r&9
I R1) 22 El J 202 BLK 46 158 J
t:rst T 22 El
Is
J 203
IBD
, ....... 40 46

J
lll$0
,,. ... 22
E2 J E203
1 ...... :
46 J
EIU 23 E3 J E2D4 46 J
181 v 23 E3
lu
J 206 RED U 47
BE
J

..... , 113
E4 J 205 Bl' u 47 J
183 RED M E5 J E20e BLIC 41 E4t l
183 X M E5 w l 207
lcr
RED ll4 E'M
CE
J
t:1 BLK M !18 J 207 ll4 E?7 J
189 RED 31 E23 J 208
::
E?8 J
189
IAL
31 23 AK J 209 85
BU
J
170 BLK 31 EM J E309 BV 49 85 J
111 RED 32 25 J 210 BLIC 48 88 l
171
IAN
32 E25 AM J E211
lax
RED 50 87
BW
J
172
,,., .. 31
Ell J 211 so 67 J
173 IRD 33 El7 J 211 BLK 50 88 J

173 lAP 33 EZ7 AO J E2 JS RED 51 89 J
174 I RI.K 33 88 J E313 BZ 51 !:89 BY J
175 28 16 J E214
:!1!-!C 51
E?O J
175 I AI'
..... :
EIS AE J 216 RED 46 $9
110 178 Eta J E215 BP
.
46 59 J
177
I All

17
AG
J 218 BLK 46 !:80 J
!:177 28 Ef7 J E31?
laa
RED 47 81
BQ 1?8 19 18 J E31? 47 81 J
179 42 49 J E318 BLX 47 8.2 J
1T9 IBH
42 49 BG J 219
I aT
RED 48 83
BS
J
180
R TV 42
50 J 219 48 83 J
181 3? 37 J 220 BLX 48 84 J
181
lAX
:1'1 37 AW J 221 RED 59 89
00
J
182
!1!-!C
38 J 221 CP 59 89 J
193 39 J 222 BLK 69 90 J
E183 AZ 38 39 AY J E323 BED 60 91 J
184
.. .. 38
40 J 223
lea
60 91 CQ J
185 S9 41 J 224 BLK 80 92 J
185 IRB 39 41 BA J 225 BED 55 E?9 J
ElliS
... ., 39
42 J 225 Cit 56 E?9 CG J
187
,. ;.; 3f
29 228 BLK 56 80 J
All AQ 187
..... M
E28 J 217
CJ
RED 56 81
Ct
J
118
iiiin :
!:SO 217 56
81 J
189 31 E228 BLK 58
!:81
J
189 AT 35 31 AS J E228
CL
RED 57
E83
CK
J
190 35 32 J E228 57 E83 J
191 38 E3S J 230 BLK 57 84 J
19 1 AV 96 E3S AU J 231
RED 52 73 J
CB CA 192


E64 J 231 62 73 J
193 351 232
BLX 52 74 J
193 712 All 241 233 RED 53
75
J
:co 194 1 11 351 233 53
&75 cc J
194 709 All 242 E23f BLK 53
&76
J
E197 43 ESI J 235 RED 63
103
J
ex
197 BJ
ar !:
51 Bl J 235 63
103 cw J
198 52 J
E23f BLK 83 104
J
&1!'19 44 E3S J
237
cz
RED 64 105
J
E237 64 105 CY
J
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Tablo 4-t. WlrlJC Data Table - C011Um1
fROM ISH[
WI A[ TO SHD ROUTE FAOM SHC WIRE TO SHO ROUT[
F"P
10 GRP CODE f;ltP
10 CODE
All (Coni) Al4 (t;oal)
.
BLK 64 1041 I ll9S2 RED 197 TB37 T
f:UI 712 All 193 81 EX 198 TB3 EY T

709 All EIH 81-1 158 Al4 82-1
t:243 RED 61 EtS
J
811 199 A14 852
t:243 CT u 95
cs J 812 1511 A14 82-2
BLK 61 EN
J 812 200 TB338 T
RED 62 117
J SI-S l fO A14 823
Y.Z45 CV 62 97 cu J SI-S RED 192 TB3-42 T
1'.24tl BLK 62 l:.'tl 81-4 166 Al4 84-18
!:247 RED u 87 J Sl-6 161 Al4 82-5
E247
Cl(
u &87
CM J 816 BLIC 198 TB3-44 T
&248 BLK 58 &88 J 8 1-4 117 Al4 84-48
E351 110 All &lt3 SHS 188 Al4 S5-t
[351 711 All EIH 821 151 Al4 811
82-1 162 A14 83- 1
All
82-2 159 AH 812
51-1 131 TBI I3 OF 82-2 16S Al4 83-2
811 141 Al2 813 823 160 A14 SI-S
512 142 T861 B,C,F 823 184 A14 533
513 141 All 911 82-4 189 Al4 9428
81-6 140 T81 15 D,F 825 161 Al4 915
Sl-6 143 T881 B,C,F 825 165 AH 535
82-6 170 Al4 9458
82-6 171 Al4 85-10
Al3
53-I 162 Al4 82-1
832 163 Al4 82-2
138 TBI 83 3 184 A14 82-3
BLK 138 T8112 534 172 A14 94 38
CRII 138 TBI-18 535 165 Al4 82-5

138 TBI I4 83-6 173 A14 94 88
53- 8 174 A14 85 12
8411 175 A14 84-U
A14
94-11 BLK 208 A37

84 EO 189 TB3 DZ T
84-12 BLK 189 TB32 T
84 EP 190 TB3 OX T
84-12 BLK 190 T83-IO T
84 EQ 191 TB3 ED T
54- 13 179 Al4 84- 18
84 ER 192 TB3 &8 T 84-14 BLK 192 T8322 T
84
5 193 TBS Ell T 94 15 180 AH 8428
84
F.T IH TB3 EF T 9415 BLKI91 TB314 T
84 EU 196 TB3 Ell T 84- 16 BLK IH TB3-34 T
84
EV 196 TB3 ED T 84-17 181 Al4 84-38
84 FNi 197 TB3 DZ T
84-17 BLK 193 TB326 T
94 EX 198 TB3 Y T
84-18 166 Al4 Sl-4
94 EZ 208 A37 TB3 FA T 9418 179 Al4 8413
STP EZ 899 Al4 858 84-21 175 A14 84- 11
llfll- 1 201 TBS-50 T 84-21 178 A14 84-31
0612 188 A14 85-11 8414 16t Al4 82-4
0612 209 A14 082 1 84-28 160 AH 84- 15
0821 202 TBS-48 T 84-31 176 Al4 84-21
0821 209 AI' 061 2 H-38 172 Al4 SS-4
062-1 210 Al4 0632 9438 181 A14 84- 17
063-1 203 TB3-48 T
84-41 177 A14 8451
053-2 210 Al4 082 2 84-41 RED 208 A37 T

064-1 BLK 185 T8332 T 84-42 RED 190 TB3-12 T
064-2 RED 195 TB3-31 T 84-43 182 Al4 84,-48
065-1 BLK 196 TDS-20 T 84-43 RED 189 TB35 T
OtSS-2 RED I!MS TB31t T 84-44 RED 192 TB324 T
ll9SI DLK 197 TB38 T 84-45 183 Al4 84-58
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FROM

WIR[
flAP oo
Al4 (Coni)
M-<15 RED 191
M-411 RED 194
M-47 184 A14
M-47 RED ItS
M-48 167 Al4
M-48 181 Al4
54-61 177 A14
54-51 178 A14
54-58 170
""
54-58 183 Al4
54-61 178 Al4
54-U 173 Al4
54-68 184 Al4
54-STP EZ 899 Al4
I
s5
EV IM
s5 101
56-I 185 Al4
55-I 205
S62 18<! Al4
SS-2 199 Al4
Sll2 204
ss-s 185 A14
SS-5 Al4
55-8 187 Al4
SliS 699 Al4
Sll9 166 Al4
SliIO 171 Al4
5511 187 A14
5511 188 A14
55-11 211
85-12 174 A It
36 EW 197
Al5
STP FM 101 AIS
ll511 255
ll812 242 AIS
ll51 2 263 AIS
ll521 256
ll522 283 AIS
ll522 2e4 AIS
OS3-I 257
ll532 2e4 AIS
ll64 FH 249

064-1 BLK 246
D54-2 R0249
OS5 n 250
055-1 BLK260
OS5-2 RED:I60
06G FJ 251
DS&-1 lll.K 2$1
DS8 2 RED:UI
Sl FK 252
911 212 AIS
511 253 AIS
81-2 213 A15
51-2 254
Sl-3 214 Al5
Sl- 3 R0252
51 4 220 Al 5
815 215 AIS
815 BLK2U
816 Ul Al 5
518 222 Al6
82-1 212 AIS
Tlbla 49. Wiring Dal& Table C011tlnued
10 SHD ROUT FROM SHC WIRE
GAP CODE flRP
ID
TBS I7 T
AIS (Coot)
52-I 216
TIISS8 T S22 213
M-68 522 217
Tll3 2t T S23 214
SIS 52-3 218
M-<15 S2-4 22S
54-41 S25 215
54-41 52-5 219
528 S2-6 224
54-<15 225
54-51 53-I 216
538 532 217
54-47 53-3 218
55-8 534 226
TB3 ED T 53-5 219
Tll340 T 53-6 227
55-3 53-8 228
Tll351 T 54 PB 243
S55 54 FC 244
s 1 1 54 245
T8353 T 54 FE 246
Sli l 54 FF 247
55 2 54 FG 248
55 11 54 FM 282
54-STP 7. 54-11 229
SI G M-11 !ILK 282
S2 6 54-12 BLK244
S5 8 5413 233
061 2 5413 IILK243
TB3G8 T 54 14 BLK24G
836
5415 234
T83 oz T 54-15 BLK245
5416 BLK248
S$ 8
5417 235
TB3 50 T
54-17 BLK247
8511 54 18 220
062 2
M-18 233
TB348 T M-21 22-9
0612
54-21 230
ll532
54-28 223
TB346 T
5428 234
ll52-2
54-31 230
TB3 &ll T
M-38 226
Tll3 32 T
54-38 235
TB3 31 T
54-41 231
TB3 ED T 54-41 R0262
TB3-20 T 54-42 R0244
TB319 T
5443 236
TB3 oz T
M-<15 RED243
TB38 T
M-44 R0246
TB37 T
54 45 237
TB3 FL T
-
REO 245
521
5446 R0248
S5 2
82-2
M-47 238
TB338 T
M-47 R0247
sz..a
M-48 256"
TB3-42 T
5418 5451 231
825
S451 232
TB3U T 54-58 237
5448
54 58 224
559
M-61 232
Sll
5468 238
10
AIS
A15
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
A15
AIS
AIS
Al5
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
A36
AIS
A36
AIS
A15
Al5
AIS
A15
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
A36
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS

-
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
AIS
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SHC
GRP
531
512
532
SIS
53-3
M-28
Sl-5
535
54 58
5510
521
522
S23
54-38
S:l--5
54 68
55-12
Tll3 DZ
TB3 ox
Tll3 ED
Tll3 EB
Tll3 EH
TB3 EF
FN
84-21
'1'83-10
54 18
TB3 2
TB322
54 28
Tll314
TD334
54-38
TB328
51 4
M-13
54-11
M-31
52-4
54-15
S4 21
53 4
5417
M-51
Tll3 12
54- 46
TB35
TB324
M-58
TB3- 17
Tll3 36
M-88
Tl'l3 29
M-43
54-41
5461
5445
S26
5451
S441
ROUTE
CODE
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
I

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Table 4-9. Wirinc Data Tabl.d - ConUnued
FROM
WIRE TO SHC ROUTE FROM SHC WIRE TO

ROUTE
FRP
10 GRP CODE pRP ID RP CODE

AlB (COni)
5468 238 Al6 5447 892 324 A16 TB2-e
Ml 239 A15 M- 3 593 A16 TB27
M-1 TB351 T 594 3M AlB Sll-1
M-2 240 M-5
59-4 338 A16 SI0-4
56-2 U3 Al5 Sl l SIOI 326 A16 TB28
S62 UB T 5102 327 Al6 TB29
M-3 239 Al5 55 1 8103 328 AlB TB2 10
565 240 AIS M 2 SI0-4 336 Al6 59-4
MB 241 AIS M ll TBI 347 TDIO A'l
M8
70 1 STP FN TBII 312 AlB 8 11
M-9 122 A15 Sl-e TBII 347A T&I0-1 A oJ
M-10 AIS 828 TBI2 313 AI. 81-4
Mll 241 M-8 TBI2 8478 TBI02
M ll 242 A15 DSI 2
Tlll-3 314 AlB Sl-3
M-Il 285 T83U T TBI-3 3470 TBI0-3 A D
56-12 228 93- 8
TBI-4 315 A16 51-6
S6 708 TB340 TBI-4 3470 TBI04 AO
!As
TBI5 316 Al6 S2 2
El 703 Al8 STP FQ TBIS 347E A O
STP FQ 703 AlB 1
TBHl 317 Al6 93 2
Jh\ 338 PB A
TBI-6 347F TB10-6 A O
JIA 342 AIG J2 A
TBI-7 318 AlB 54-2
JI-B 339 P8 B
TBI-7 3470 TBI0-7 A D
JI-B 343 AlB J2 B
TDIB 319 Al6 562
JIC 340 P8C TBI8 347H to1o-s AD
J IC 344 Al6 J2 C
TBI9 320 Al6 96 2
JID 34 1 PBD
TBI9 347J TB10 9 A D
JID 345 AlB J2D
TDIIO 321 AlB 87- 2
J2A 342 AlB JI A
Tlll-10 347K TBIOI A D
J 2B 343 Al6 J 1 11 Tll2 348 TBIO AD
J2C 344 AIO JI C
TB21 337 A16 82 1
J2D 345 AlB JI D
T821 348A TDI1 2 AD
Sl FQ 346 A38 f'R TB22 349 Al9 I
51 1 312 AlB TBI I
TB22 3488
TBI I-4 A D
512 BLK346 1\38 TB23 Al9 2
513 314 A IB TBI3 TB23 3480 TBII6. AD
514 313 AlB TBI - 2 TB24 322 AIS 882
RED346 A38
TB24 3480 TOIO II A D
Sl-6 315 Al6 TBI 4 TB2 5 323 A16 59-I
52-I 329 AIG 83 1 TB25 348 TB 101 AD
521 337 Al6 TB2- I TB2-e 324 Al6 59 2
522 316 AIG TBI5 TB2-6 348F TBIO I AD
53 1 329 A IG S2 1 TB27 Al6 59-3
53-I 330 AI& 341 TB2? 3480 TBIOl A D
83-2 317 Al8 TBI-e TB28 326 ... IG 510-1
541 330 Al6 83-1 T828 348FJ TBIII AD
541 331 A16 M l T82 9 327 Al6 5102
542 318 Al6 TBI7 TB29 34&1 TBII I A D
56 1 331 AI& 54 1
T IU-10 328 AI& 5 103
56- I 332 AI& 56 1 TB210 :w.lK TBII I A D
56-2 3 19 AIS TBI 8 Al7
56-1 332 A 16 56 1
El 104 Al7 STI rs
56 1 333 A IB 57 1
STP FS 1M A17 El
962 320 AlB TBI9
J I-A 311 P9A
57 1 333 A 18 561 JIA 381 Al7 J2A
57 1 334 Al6 SS-1
J I-B 378 P9B
57-2 32 1 A 16 TBI IO
JI-B 382 Al7 J2- l)
S81 334 Al6 S7 1 J I C 379 P9C
58 1 335 AIG S9 4 J IC 383 Al7 J 2C
58-2 322 AI& TB2 4 J ID 380 P9D
S91 323 AIO TB2 5
J IO 384 Al 7 J2 D
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Table 4-9. Wlrlog Data Table - CoolloYed
fROM

WIRE TO SHC ROUTE FROM SHC WIRE TO

ROUTE
RP ID
CRP CODE GRP 10 RP CODE
Al7 (Com)
12-A 381 Al 7 JI A
Al7 (Coni)
TBI- 8 Tlll 2 8 A D
12 8 382 AI? JIB TBI- 9 359 Al7 86- 2
J2-C 883 AI? JI C TBI9 3861 TBIZt A D
12D 384 AI? Jl-0 TBI-10

AI7 87-2
Sl F8 3115 A39 M' TBI IO TBI2 10 AD
511
Bl 351
Al7 TB1 1 TB2 387 TBII A D
81-2 LX3115
...,,
T8 2 1 378 A17 Sl-1
513 353 AI? TBIS TB2 1 387A TBIS-2 AD
Sl-4 352 Al7 TBI 2 TB22 388 A:JAJ I
SI S RED385
...,,
TB2 2 3878 TBI3-4 AD
SI-6 354 Al7 TB1-4 T8 23 A20 2
52-I 388 Al7 83-1 TB2 3 3&7c TBIS .. AD
S2 1 376 Al7 TB2 1 TB2-4 361 A17 54-2
S22 355 Al7 TBI-5 TB2 4 387r TB12 11 AD
331 368 A1 7 SZI T825 382 Al7 59-I
33 1 389 Al 7 Sf I TB25 387! TBI2 12 AD
33 2 336 Al 7 TBI .. TB26 363 A17 99- 2
Sf I 389 Al 7 331 3871' TBI2 13 A D
541 370 A17 851 TB27 364 AI? 89-3
54-2 357 Al7 TBI-7 TB27 387( TB1214 A D
SS I 370 Al7 Sf I TB2-8 365 Al7 810-1
SS I 371 Al7 961 T8Z8 387F TBIS U A D
SS-2 358 AI? TBI 8
TB29 366 Al7 5102
861 371 AI? 85 1 TB29 387J T8 13 13 A D
96 1 372 AI? 87 1 TBZ-10

Al7 810-3
862 358 Al7 'fBI 9 TB210 387 TBI3 14 A D
57 1 372 Al7 86 1 AIS
571 373 A1 7 88 1 EI 705 AI8 8TP FU
S7-2 360 Al7 TDI IO STP IFu 705 AIS El
581 373 AI? 87 1 J IA 416 PIOA
58-1 374 AI? 89 4 J I A 420 AIS J2A
58 2 361 AI? TB2 4 JI- B 417 PIO B
89 1 362 Al7 TB2S JIB 421 AIS J2B
8112 363 AI? TD2 6 JIC 418 PIOC
8113 364 Al7 TB2 7 JI C 422 AIS Jz-c
59-4 374 AI? SS I J ID 419 PIOD
811-4 375 AI? 810 4 J ID 4Z3 AIS J2-D
SIG- 1 365 Al7 TB28 J2 A 420 AIS JI A
SIG-2 386 A17 TD2 8 J28 421 AIS JI- B
SIG-3 367 Al7 TB210 J2- C 422 Al 8 JI C
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810--4 375 A17 89 4 J Z D
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423 AIS JI D
TBI 3115 TBI2 A D 51
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A40 FV
TBI I 351 Al 7 811 81 1 390 Al 8 TBI I
TBIl 386A TBI21 A D 812 BLX - A40
TBI-2 352 A17 81-<1 813 382 A18 TBI3
TBI 2 3888 TBU 2 A D 81-4 391 Al8 TBI-2
TBI -3 353 AI? 513 81-5 RED424 A40
TBI3 388C TBI 23 A D 511 393 Al 8 TBI-4
TB14 SS4 A17 Sl .. 82 1 407 Al8 831
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TBI--4 388D TBI2_. A D 82-1 415 Al8 TB21
TBI5 355 Al7 $2 2 82- 2 394 AI8 TBl S
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TBt-5 388 TBUS AD 83- 1 407 Al8 82-1
TB1 .. 356 AI7 832 83 1 408 A18 84-1
TBI-6 388F TBII - 6 AD 832 395 Al8 TBI ..
TBI 7 357 AI? 54 2 54- I 408 A18 83-1
TBl- 7 3880 TBI2 7 AD Sll 409 A18 851
TBI8 358 Al7 85 2 84-2 396 Al8 TBI-7
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A18 !Coni)
SS- 1 409 AlB 84-1
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AlB 510-1
SSI 410 Al B 56 1 TB2t 42611 TBI5 12 AD
SS-2 397 AlB TB1B
TB2 9 405 Al8 5102
581
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Al8 SS I TB29 426J TB15-13 AD
58 1 411 A1B 57-1
TBZ-10 406 A18 5103
56- 2 398 AlB TBI 9
TB210 TB15 - 14 A- D
S'l-1 411 Al8 58- 1
Al9
S'l-1 412 AIS 58-I
1 M9 A18 TB2-2
57 2 399 Al8 TBIIO
2 350 Al8 TB2 3
88-1 412 AIS 87-1
A20
88 1 413 A18 894
1 388 AI? TB22
882 400 Al8 TB2-4
2 389 A17 TB2-3
59 1 401 Al8 TB2 5
A21
402 AIS TB2-6
I 427 A18 TB22
59 3 403 Al8 TB2 7
2 42B AlB TB2 3
89-4 413 At 8 58-1
A22
59-4 414 Al8 810-4 I 260 TB3-56
510 1 404 At8 TB2 8 2 261 TB357
5102 405 AIS TB29
A23
510 3 408 Al8 TB2 10 I 208 TB355
510-4 U 4 Al8 89 4
2 207 TB3-57
TB1 425 TBI4 A-D
A24
TBI 1 390 A18 Sl- 1
1 .e6 TB3-S4
TBIl 425A TB14 1 AD
2 487 TB356
TBI-2 391 AlB St-4
A26
TBI2 4268 TBI4 2 AD El RED 75 El39 M
TBI - 3 392 A18 513
El DV 75 139 DU M
TBI 3 425C TBI43 AD 2 BLK 75 El40 M
TB1 4 393 AlB 81-6
ES RED 74 El 33 M
TBI4 4250 TB14 4 A-D
E3 DT 14 E133 DB M
TB1 5 394 AIS 82- 2
E4 BLK 74 El 34 M
TB15 426E TB145 A D
E5 RED 73 125 M
TBI 6 395 Al8 83 2
E5 DR 73 El25
DQ
M
TB1-6 426F TBH- 6 AD
E5 BLK 73 El 26 M
TBI- 7 395 Al8 842
E7 RED 72 E119 M
TB17 4250 TBH -7 AD
E7 DP 72 Ell9 DO M
TBI 8 397 AUt 85 2
E8 BLK 72 120 M
TBI8 425H TBH- 8 A D
E9 RED 71 Elll M
TBI-9 39B AlB 58 2
E9 DN 71 El ll Dl< M
TBI9 425J TBI4 9 AD
EIO BLK 11 EI U M
TBIIO 399 A18 87- 2
A26
TliiIO 425K TBI410 A- D
I 138 TBI - 13
TB2 428 TBIS AD 2 137 TB1 15
TB2- l 415 Al8 82- 1
3 282 A33 SI-10 u

TB21 426A TBIS-2 AD 4 283 TB24
TB2 2 427 A2i I
A27
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TB22 426B TB154 AD I 130 AM CB7 7 A, C, D
TB23 428 A21 2
2 131 AM E2BI A, C,D
TB2 3 426C TBI5 8 AD
3 27B A33 Sl-1
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TB2-4 400 A18 582 (
279 TB23
TB2-4 42BD TB14-11 AD
A28
TBZ 5 401 AlB 59-1
I 132 A34 CB4-4 A, C,D
TB25 42BE TB14 12 AD 2
133 .AM E2BI A,C, D
TB26 402 A18 S92 3 ZBO A33 S1- u
[I TB2-6 426F TBI4 13 A-D
4 281 TBZ-3
TB27 403 A1B 89 3
TB27 4260 TB1414 A D
A29
1 28B ASS S2- 2 y
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I no A2t 3 8HI 236 TBII u
I Jtl A2t 4 8 1 8 270 A33 CB4 1
I ate TB25 z 8 19 236 T81 3 u
I 304 A19 El 8 1- 10 282 A311 3 u
s 290 A2t I 8 1- 11 271 ASS CBll
3 a a ASO I w 8 1- 12 287 Rl 2 u
4 291 A29 2 82 1 272 AS3 C84 2
4 293 A30 I w 81 2 288 A29 l
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El 804 A29 I 811 289 ASI l v
ASO A34
I 292 A29 3 w CIW- 4 132 A29 l A,C,D
1 184 A30 3 ca1-& ISO JIS I A,C,
2 283 A29 4 w CBT T 130 A27 l A,C, D
I 295 A30 4 ' C899 I JIO I A, B
2 305 A30 E1 ' CBII ll 134 TBI U A.c. n
s 11M A30 I CBII-11 ISO J U I A, C,E
4 296 A30 2 CBI 2- 12 1 JIO I A,B
1 306 A30 2 CBI!I-19 134 TBI- 12 A,C, D
ASI
CBD-20 13(1 A27 I A,C, D
1 28t A3S sz.a v CB21 21 132 A28 I A,C,D
I 21'7 ASI 3 Ell I 131 A27 2 A, C,D
I 298 ASI 4 EUI 133 A28 2 A, C,D
I 303 TB25 A B 211 ISS TBI- 14 A,C,.D
I 306 ASI El
281 146 JI0 3 A,B
8 297 ASI I
281 151 J Ja.-s A,C,:
s ... A32 1 A A ASS
4 2t8 A31 a El 607 EUS
4 300 A32 2 AA El 609 J20 3
El 306 A31 2 E2 817 "'83 59
A32 113 808 E334
I 299 ASI 3 A A E3 818 T83 37
I 301 A32 3 , A38

2 300 A31 4 A A AIS 84 11
2 302 A32 4 ED262 AIS 84 41
2 807 A32 El FN 262 AIS 84 FM
3 301 A32 I A37
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4 302 A32 2 Al 4 84- 11
El 307 A32 2 ED208 A14 84 41
1.33
FA 208 Al4 EZ
CBI-1 271 A3S 81 11 A38
CB12 m TBI-4 u BLK348 All 8 1 1
CBI I :119 A33 SI S RED348 All SIS
CBI2 175 TBI-8 u FR 348 AI& FQ
C83 1 :118 1.33 81-1 ASI
C83 2 174 TBHI u Al1 812
CB4 1 270 ASS 818 RED385 A17 SI S
CB4-2 272 A33 821 FT 385 A11 F8
CB42 27fo TBI IO u A40

llfll- 1 273 TBI-8 u Al8 81 2
DBI- 2 266 A38 813 D424 AIS 81 5
DS1 3 261 A33 Sl-1 FV 424 AlB 81 FU
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81 1 267 A33 DSI-3 AU
81 1 278 A27 3 u
cc 801 143 OD A P
51 2 268 A33 C83-1 STP cc
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513 288 A33 ll61-2 A43

81- 3 2114 TB1 2 u
D81 1
552 A43A2 ll63 1
81-4 280 A28 3 u
D81 1
553 A43 ll62 1
5 1- 5 219 ASS C82-l ll612 U'7 T811 12
AK
DSI-3
$41 A43A2 ll63 S
D81 3 $42
AU ll623
ll62 1
5S3 AU DSI I
D821 5$4
A43 DSI l
D821
4!18 T BII 13
A K
D823 542 A43 ll61-3
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RP ID GI!P CODE flRP
ID RP CODE
AU (Co"')
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D62-8 5U AU DSIS
D88-l 548 D851
DSS-1 ... TBII I AIC
D88-l 549 A43A2 D81- l
DSI-1 5$4 AU D82 1
D882
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TBIG-11 A K
DSI-2
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TBII-H A- K
D88-3 A43AI D853
D83-3 5U A43 D823
DSI-3 5S8 D813
OS'-I sr. AUA4 D821
AUAI
IlS(-1 515 AU llll6- 1
D811 S48 I D81 1
DS4-2 ua TBI3 1 A K
D811 650 AUAI D8Z I
DS'-3 563 A43A4 ll833
D812 506 TBIG-12 A- K
IlS(-3
564 AU D853
D81 3 5S8 DSII -3
D85-l 1575 AU Jl8(1
D81-3 533 A4SAI D823
DSS I 678 AU D88 1
DSI-1 sso AUAI D81-l
D852 us TBI3 1 AK
DSII 561 A43A2 D831
DSSS ...
us DS'-3
D822 5M TBIG-13 A K
D853 685 A43 D88 3
D82-3 5311 A4SAI D813
D881 491 TB13-I A K
D82 3 $40 A43A2 D83 3
D881 571 AU D851
D83-1 551 D82 1
D882 494 TBI3 1 AK
D83-l 552 AU D81-l
D88- 3 685 AU D85 3
D83-2 508 TBI0-14 A K
D87 1 668 A43.U D83 1
D833 540 AUA2 D82- 3
D871 697 A43 D88- 1
D833 541 A43 D81 3
D872 487 TBI51 A K
A43A3
D87-3 686 A43AI D833
D811 666 A43A3 D831
D87-3 586 AU D883
D812 509 A K
D88-l 597 A43 D87 1
1)813 uo TBIS J A K
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D881 598 A43 D89 1
D813 555 A43A3 D82-3
D85 1 488 TBI6 1 A K
D83- 1 5118 A43A3 D81 1
D883 668 A43 D87 3
D83 1 567 A43A3 D83 1
D883 687 A43 D88-3
D82-2 510 TBI2-T AK
D88- l 488 TBI56 A- K
1)82-3 sss AU A3 IJSI-3
D88- 1 698 A43 D88 1
062-3 568 A43A3 D83 3
D89-2 688 TBII I AK
063-1 587 AU AI ll82- 1
D89- 3 687 A48 D88-3
D83-l 588 AUA! IlS(- 1
A43AI
D83-2 511 TBI28 A-K
D81-l 1144 A43AI D811
D833 556 AUA3 D82-3
D81-2
t
600 AK
D83-3 557 AUA3 IlS(- 3
061-8 496 TBII- J A K
OS'-I 568 AUA8 D83- l
061- 3 633 AUAI D82 3
IlS(-1 569 AUA3 D86 1
0621 1144 AUAI D81 1
IlS(- 2 512 TBI2-t A K
D82 1
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A43AI DIII- I
IlS(- 3 557 AUA3 D83-3
D82-2 501 T8107 A-K
DS'-3 558 A43AS D86-3
D82-3 sss A43AI D81-3
D85-l 569 AUA3 IlS(-1
062-3 5114 AUAI D83-3
D86-l 570 AU AI D88- l
DSS-1 545 AUAI DSI I
0662 513 TBI2 10 A- K
D83 1 548 A43AI Jl8(1
ll85-S 558 AUAS
IlS(-3
063-2 502 TBI0-8 A-K
D863 S$9 AUAS D86-3
DSS-3 5114 AUAI D82-3
D881 570 A43A3 D85-l
D833 635 A4SAI DS'-3
066-1 571 A43A4 D81-l
DS4-I 548 A<l3AI D83-l
DSII-2 5 14 TBII-11 A IC
DS'- 1 547 A43AI D85 1
D8113 M9 A43A3 D85- 3
IlS(-2
soa TBIG-t A K
D86-3 sao A43A4 0613
DS'-3 635 A4aAI D83 3
A43A4
DS4-3 531 A43AI D85 3
061- 1 571 A43A8 0661
D86 1 547 A43AI D84-l
D81- l 57Z A43A4 062-1
D851 648 A43AI 061-1
DSI-Z SIS TBI2- 12 A K
D85-2 504 TBIQ-11 AK
D813 560 A43A3 D88-3
D85-3 558 A<l3AI ll84-3
1)81-3 561 A43A4 062-3
DS&-3 5117 AUAI D81 3
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ll!l-1 572 A43A4 DS1 1
lll21 573 A43A4 DS3 1
lll2-2 516 TBI2-13
lll2-3 561 A43A4 DSI- 3
lll2-! 562 A43A4 DS3-3
1:$)-1 573 A43A4 DS21
063-1 574 A43 DS4-1
lll2-2 517 TBI214
1113-3 562 A43A4 DS23
063-3 563 A43 DS4-3
.<13AS
llll-1 588 A43A5 DS2-1
ll!l-2 SIS TBI4-6
0013 485 TBI52
0013 577 A43A5 DS23
0021 588 A43A5 DSI-1
DS2i 589 A43A5 003 1
DSN 519 TB147
DSN 577 A43A5 DSI-3
DS2-3 578 A43A5 DS3-3
ll!l3-l 589 A43A5 DS21
DS21 5SO A43A5 DS4-1
DS3-2 520 TBI4-8
003-3 578 A43AS DS2-3
ll!S-3 579 A43A5 DS4-3
~ - I 590 A43A5 DS3 1
OSH 591 A43A5 DSS-1
0542 521 TBI4-9
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DS4-3 579
DS4-3 580
A K 085-1 591
DSS-1 592
DSS-2 522
DSS-3 580
DS53 581
A K DS6- 1 592
DS61 593
DS6 2 523
DS6- 3 581
DS6-3 582
AK A43A6
AK DSI-1 593
DSI-1 594
DSI-2 524
DSI3 582
A-K DSI-3 583
DS2-1 594
052-1 595
DS2-2 525
DS23 583
A-K
DS23 584
DS31 595
DS3-1 596
DS3-2 526
DS3-3 584
A-K DS3-3 585
A43A5
A43A5
A43A5
A43A5
A43AS
A43A5
A43A5
A43A6
A43A5
A43A6
A43A5
A43A6
A43A5
A43A6
A43A6
A43A6
A43A6
A43A6
A43A6
A43
A43A6
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DS5-3
D$4-1
DS6-I
T81410 AK
D$4-3
DS63
DS51
DSII
TB14 11 A-K
DS5- 3
DSI-3
DS6- 1
DS2-I
TBI412 A-K
DS6 3
DS23
DSI-1
DS3-1
T814-13 A- K
DS1 3
DS33
DS2 1
DS7-l
TBI4-14 AK
DS2-3
DS73
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4- 14. Electrical Connector Keying
Keyed connectors must be properly keyed to
mate. Remote firing box panel connectors J5,
J7, and J9 on the signal entrance panel and
remote firing box cable connectors P4, P5, and
P6 on the electrical rack must be keyed to
position 2. Emergency power entrance panel
connector J21 and cable connector P2 of cable
60WI08 must be keyed to position 1. A visual
inspection for proper keying can be made with-
out disassembling the connectors. Refer to pro-
cedures below for inspecting connectors for
proper keying and for keying cable connectors.
Refer panel connectors to DS for keying.
a. Inspection of Keying.
(1) Remove dust cover from connector.
(2) Compare position of five keyways of
index sleeve with appropriate key position
number diagram in figure 4-6. With master
key or keyway at 12 o' clock position, position
of five keyways of index sleeve should coincide
with appropriate key position number diagram
shown in figure 4-6.
4-38/( 4-39thrv 4-40 bionic)
MASTEt l(fYWAY
KfYPOSITION I
KY POSITION 2
PANEL
CONNECTORS
NOTES
KfY POSITION I
KfY POSITION 2
CAB!
CONNECTORS
I. VlfW CONNECTOR WITH MASTER KEY OR KEYWAY AT
12 O'ClOCK POSITION. THE MASTER KEY OR KEYWAY
IS THE WIDEST KfY 011 KEYWAY OF THE CONNECTOR
SHEll.
2.1NSUT AND CONTACTS HAVE BEEN OMinED FOil
CLARITY,
3.- INDICATES SlOTS OF INDEX SlEEVE.
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b. Electrical Plug Connect01' Keying (fig.
4-7).
(1) Remove dust cover, if installed.
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(2) Using retaining ring pliers 5120-293-
0044, expand connector barrel retaining ring
from groove and slide it back over adapter.
(8) Slide connector barrel back to new
position of retaining ring.
(4) Note number of slot on index sleeve
that is alined with index key.
(5) Using index sleeve spanner wrench,
depress index sleeve retaining ring, and remove
index sleeve from adapter.
(6) Rotate index sleeve until numbered
slot is alined with index key on adapter.
(7) Using index sleeve spanner wrench,
depress index sleeve retaining ring while ap-
plying slight pressure to index sleeve until it
snaps in place.
(8) Slide connector barrel forward to
operating position.
(9) Slide connector barrel retaining ring
forward on adapter until it snaps into its retain-
ing groove.
INOEXSLEM
ltfU."""IG RING
CONNfCTOit IIAIRH
IIAIREL
Figu S1<>11dard eltctrieal plug C<mMCI<>r key;ng.
4-15. Console P-Is.
Panels that must be removed to gain access to
connectors and electrical components located
inside the console are shown in figure 4-8. The
panels are referenced in the maintenance pro-
cedures when they must be removed to replace a
component inside the console.
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High potentials exist in the BCC. In-
sure that electrical power is off before
removing or installing electrical equip-
ment in the BCC.
4-16. FM Transceiver AN/VRC-46,
Mounting and Power Cable.
Remove and install fm transceivers (9 and 24,
fig. 1-4), mountings and power cables as pre-
scribed below.
a. Removal of FM Tra1Ulceiver 1, Mounting
and Power Cable.
( 1) Remove attaching screws and washers,
and remove fm transceiver noise suppression
cover (fig. 1-8).
(2) Disconnect power cable from rear of
fm transceiver mounting.
(3) Disconnect antenna cables from front
of fm transceiver (fig. 4-9).
(4) Loosen clamps and remove fm trans-
ceiver froin mounting (fig. 4-9) .
(5) Remove mounting nuts, bolts, and
washers, and remove mounting (fig. 4-9).
(6) Remove panel (28, fig. 4-8) from con-
sole structure. Tag and disconnect power cable
leads from terminal board TB7 (fig. 4-5) .
b. Removal of FM Tra1Ulceiver 2, Mounti ng
and Power Cable.
(1) Remove attaching screws and washers,
and remove fm transceiver noise suppression
cover (fig. 1-8).
(2) Disconnect power cables from rear of
fm transceiver mounting.
(3) Disconnect antenna cables from front
of fm transceiver (fig. 4-9).
(4) Loosen clamps and remove fm .trans-
ceiver from mounting (fig. 4-9).
( 5) Remove mounting nuts, bolts, and wash-
ers, and remove mounting (fig. 4-9).
(6) Remove panel (6, fig. 4-8) from console
structure. Tag and disconnect power cable leads
from terminal board TBS (fig. 4-5).
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I - Screw (10)
2 - Washer (10)
3 - Panel
4-Screw (6)
5 - Washer( G)
6- Panel
7 - Screw (6)
8 - Washer (6)
9 - Panel
10- Screw (20)
01 Ell (S)

II- Washer (20)
12- Magnetic chalkboard
13 - Screw (20)
14- Washer (20)
IS- Magnet ic chalkboard
16- Panel
17 - Panel
IS- Screw (6)
19 - Washer (6)
20 - Panel
Figure 49. FM transceiver, mounting. and
power cable removal and iflBtallation.
c. lnstalkttion.
(I) Install power cable in cable hanger and
connect leads to terminal board on console
structure (fig. 4-5).
I (2) Install panels (6 and 23, fig. 4-8)
on console structure.
(3) Install mounting with bolts, washers,
and nuts (fig., 4-9).
Note
Bolts at rear of mounting must be
assembled with nuts and washers on
top to allow for installation of the
noise suppression cover.
(4) Connect power cable or cables to rear
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of fm transceiver mounting in accordance with
figure 5-6.
(5) Install fm t ransceiver AN/ VRC-46 in
mounting with clamps and install antenna cables
to front of fm transceiver (fig. 4-9).
21 - Screw (6)
22- Washer (6)
23 -Panel
24 - Screw (68)
25- Was her (58)
26 - Panel
27 - Screw (24)
28 - w..,.her (24)
29 - Panel
30 - Nut (3)
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32 - Screw (;!)
3:1 - Waher (:1)
34 -Screw (29)
35-Washer (29)
36 - Panel
37 - Screw (10)
38- Washer (10)
39 - Panel
40- Lanyard
(6) Install noise suppression cover with
attaching screws and washers.
4-17. FM Receiver R-442/VRC and Mounting.
Remove and install fm receiver (30, fig. 1-4) and
mounting as prescribed below.
a. Removal.
( 1) Disconnect antenna and speaker cable
from front of fm receiver (fig. 4-10).
(2) Loosen clamp and remove fm receiver
from mounting.
(S) Disconnect power cable from fm receiv-
er mounting.
( 4) Remove mounting nuts, bolts, and
remove mounting.
(5) Disconnect power cable from rear of fm
transceiver 2 mounting.
b. Installation.
( 1) Install mounting with bolts, washers,
and nuts (fig. 4-10).
(2) Install fm receiver R-442/VRC in
mounting with clamp. Install antenna and loud-
speaker cable on front of receiver.
(3) Connect one end of power cable to re-
ceiver mounting and connect other end to con-
nector on fm transceiver 2 mounting.
4-18.- Aft\ Receiver -AN/ GRR-5, Mounting and
DC Power Cable.
..
Remove and install am receiver (25, fig. 1-4),
mounting and de power cable as prescribed be-
low.
a. RemovaL
( 1) Remove power cable and antenna from
am receiver (fig. 4-11).
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retnova.l and installation.
{2) Disengage locks and remove am re-
ceiver from mounting.
(3) Remove mounting nuts, bolts, and
washers, and remove ground sltap and mount -
ing.
( 1) Remove fm receiver R-442/VRC from
console structure (par. 4-17).
(5) Remove panel (9, f ig. 4-8) from console
structure. Tag and disconnect de power cable
from terminal boa1d TB9 (fig. 4-5).
b. Installation.
( 1) Connect de power cable leads to ter-
minal board TB!) (fig. 4-5).
(2) Install panel (9, fig. 4-8) and fm re-
ceiver (par. 4-17) in console structure.
(3) Install mounting and ground strap with
bolts, washers, and nuts (fig. 4-11).
(4) Install am receiver in mounting, and
engage locks (fig. 4-11) .
( 5 ) Connect power cable, antenna, and
ground strap to am receiver (fig. 4-11).
4-19. Radio Set Control C-2328/GRA-39.
Remove and install radio set controls (7, fig.
1-3, and 15, fig. 1-4) as presctibed below.
a. Geneml. The radio set control contains a
3900-Hz oscillator that is not used for operation
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of the equipment in the BCC. The oscillator will
generate and inject an undesirable tone into the
communication network if not disabled. When a
new radio set control is installed in the BCC, re-
fer to DS maintenance units for disabling of the
oscillator. Install identification marker on top of
control when oscillator is disabled. The oscilla-
tor must be enabled by DS maintenance person-
nel and t he identification marker removed be-
fore the repaired unit is returned to stock.
b. Removal of Control Located on Right Side
of Van.
( 1) Remove handset connector and electri-
cal lead from front of control.
(2) Remove screws and washers, and re-
move mounting hook from each side of control.
(3) Remove control from console and re-
move power adapter f rom control as prescribed
in paragraph 4-20.
c. Installation of Control Located on Right
Side of Van.
(1) Install power adapter in control (par .
4-20).
(2) Install control in console with hooks,
screws, and washers.
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(S) Install handset connector and electrical
lead on f ront of control.
d. Remota! of Control Located 01t Left Side
of Van.
( 1) connector and electrical lead
from front of control.
(2) Remove tiedown strap.
(3)Remove S<:rews and washers and remove
control from recorders' control box mount.
(4) Remove I>ower ada!>ter as prescribed in
paragraph 4-20.
e. lnstallal ion of Control Located on Left Side
of Van.
$0 Install power adapter (par. 4-20).
(2) Install control in recorder's control box
mount.
(3) Install tiedown strap.
( 4) Install connector and electrical leads on
front of control.
4-20. Power Adapter.
a. Geneml. A power adapter b located in each
radio set control C-2328/GRA-89 (except the
two controls connected to the remote fm trans-
ceivers). The adapter allows t he radio set control
to be operated from an external 9v de power
source rather than from self-contained batteries.
b. Removal.
(I) Release catch on each side of radio set
control and remove back cover .
Note
The three radio set controls on the
right side of the van must be removed
from the console (pur. 4-19) before the
power adapter can be replaced.
(2) Remove power adapter.
(3) Tag and remove electrical leads f rom
power adapter.
c. Rt Jicrir. Repair of the adapter consists of
replacing components as shown in figure 4-l 2.
seals (3 through 6) from rubber 9320-
921-3218. Use adhesive 8040-290-4301 to bond
the se..als and block (13) to frame (2).
d. rnstall<tt ion.
(:1) Install electrical leads in power adapter.
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control.
(3) Replace back cover and fasten catch on
each side of radio set cont rol.
4-21. FM Antennas AT-912/VRC and
AS-1729/VRC and Mounting.
Remove and install fm antenna and mounting
(fig. 1-2) as shown in figure 4-13.
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(0) 2-Pin (reference)
(0) 3- Nut (6)
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(0) 6-Capacrew (6)
(0) 6- Loekwuher (6)
(0) 7-Mountlnc plate
(0) 8- Nut (4)
(0) 9- Loekwuher ( 4)
(0) 10-Capacrew (4)
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Remove six mounting ecrews and waahenJ, and
mnove power panel (6, fig. 1-4) from console.
Tar and remove electrical connections. Remove
and install components on the panel applicable
to organizational maintenance as shown in
figure 4-15. Replaee electrical connections and
iDstaiJ panel on console with the mounting ecrews
and waahenJ.
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Remove eight mounting screws and waahenJ,
and remove intercom select panel (Sl, fig. 1-4)
from console. Tag and remove electrical connec-
tions. Remove and install components on the
panel applicable to organizational maintenance
as shown in figure 4-16. Replace electrical con-
nections and install panel on console with the
screws and washers.
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(0) 2 - Washer (6)
(0) 3- Panel
(0) 4 - Locknut
(0) 5-Washer
(0) 6-Screw
(0) 7-Ciamp
(0) 8 - Nut
9 - Indicator
(0) 10 - Lamp
11 - Loekwaaher
(0) 12- Screw (2)
(0) 13-Loekwasher (2)
(0) 14-Washer (2)
(0) 15-Circuit breaker
(0) 16 - Screw (6)
(0) 17 - Loekwasher (6)
(0) 18 - Washer (6)
(0) 19 - Circuit breaker (3)
20-Nut
21 - Loekwaaher
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23- Locking ring
24-Nut
(0) 25 - Nut
(0) 26 - Lockwaoher
(0) 27 - Switch
(0) 23 - Locking ring
(0) 29- Nut
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Remove six mounting screws and washers, and
remove TRC-80 panel (17, fig. 1-4) from con-
sole. Tag and remove electrical connections. Re-
move and install components on the panel appli-
cable to organizational maintenance as shown
in figure 4-17. Use adhesive 804G-270-8137 to I
attach mounting base (9, fig. 4-17) to panel
(3, fig. 4-17).
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open flame or sparks." Use only in
a well-ventilated area. Avoid al-
lowing solvent to contact the skin.
Wash exposed skin areas with soap
and water when solvent contami-
nates the skin.
Insure that electrical power is off
before removing or installing com-
ponents on the signal entrance pan-
el .
Remove and install components of signal en-
trance panel applicable to organizational main-
tenance as shown in figure 4-18. Remove cover,
inside BCC behind signal entrance panel, to
gain access to rear of en trance panel. Use

gasket scraper to remove identification plates.
Clean the surface with cleaning solvent
.681G-281-2785. Apply adhesive 804G-290-4301 to
new plate; attach plate to panel in the location
from which the old plate was removed. Insert
nut (24) contains left-hand threads and must
be turned clockwise for removal. Set torque
wrench handle to 125 inch-pounds and tighten I
ground-eoupler nut (56).
4-27. Status Display Panel.
Remove eight mounting screws and washers,
and remove status display panel (11, fig. 1-4)
from console. Tag and remove electrical con-
nections. Remove and install components on the
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5- Locknut
6 -Washer
7 - Clamp
8 - Screw
9 - Waaher
10- Nut
11 - Lockwasher
12- Switch (3)
13 - Locking r ing
14- Nut
16 - Nut
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17 - Indicator (6)
(0) 18 - Lamp (6)
19- Setscrew (2)
20-Knob
(0) 21 - Nut
( 0) 22 - Lockwaaher
23 - Rotary switch
(0) 24 - Locking ring
(0) 25 - Nut
26 - Nut
27 - Lockwasher
28-Switch
29- Locking ring
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panel applicable to organizational maintenance
as shown in figure 4-19. Replace electrical con-
nections and install panel on console with the
mounting screws and washers. Refer to para-
graph 4-lOc for information on legend for
COUNTDOWN indicators.
4-28. Modificotlon Plate Mounting Panel Gnd
Identification Plate.
The BCC modification plate mounting panel
and identification plate are located outside of
the BCC at the lower, forward right side. Use
self-tapping screws 5305-753-7077 to install the I
identification plate on the BCC .
4-29. Patming Switchboard.
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Remove 10 mounting screws and washers and
remove patching switchboard (2, fig. 1-8) from
console. Tag and remove electrical connections.
Remove and install components on the switch-
board applicable to organizational maintenance
as shown in fig. 4-20. Install mounting base
(fig. 4-20) with adhesive 804()..270-8187. Replace I
electrical connections and install switchboard
on console with the mounting screws and
washers.
(0) I - Nut
23- Gasket
(0) 47- Locknut
(0 ) 2 - Lock,.,aaher
24 - l nHrt nut (0) 48 - Wuher (4)
(0) 3 - Wuher
(0) 25 - Locknut (4) (0) 49 - Screw (4)
( 0) 4 - Nut
(0 ) 2ti - Wuber (4)
(0) 50 - Wall plate
( 0 ) 5 - Lockwubtr
(Ol Z1 - Screw (4)
(0) 51 - Locknut (2)
( 0) 6 - Wuber
(0) 28 - Dust
(0 ) 52 - Washer (2)
(0) 7 - Scn!w (23)
29 - IJ 5. J1. J9l Connoctor (0) S3 - Scn!W (2)
(0) 8 - Washer 1(0)
29.1 - Index sleeve retaining nut (3)
(0) 54 - Waaher (2)
(0) 9 - Nut
(0) 2'J.2 - Index leeve (3) (0) 55 - (JIO) Connector
(0) 10 - l-oekwaaher
( Ol 2jl,3 - Preformed packing (31
(0) 66 - Nut (2)
(0 ) II- Washer 30 - Guket ( 0) 57 - Wuher (2)
(0 ) 12 - lnaulator waaher 31 - lnHrt (0) !;8 - Lockwaaher (2)
(0) IS - Binding post (Ill) 32 - Contact flO) I (0) 59 - Groundina coupler (2)
( 0 ) 14 - Locknut (0) 33 - Locknut (4) (0) 60 - lf&l ( 2)
(01 15 - Washer ( 0 ) 34 - Washer (4) c 0 ) 61 - Chain (2)
(0) 16 - Screw
{OJ 35 - Screw (4) (0) 62 - Duot cover (2)
(0) 17 - baoe (81
(0) 36 - Duet cover (0 ) 63 - Locknut (2)
17.1 - Locknut (4) 37 - (J4. J6, J8) Connettor (0) 84 - Washer (2)
17.2 - Waaher (4l 38 - Gasket (0) 65 - Screw (2)
17.3 - Screw (4) 89 - lnaert ( 0 ) 66 - (T86) Terminal board
17.4 - Dust cover ( 0) 40 - Locknut ( 0 ) 61 - Insulator plate
17.6 - (J12) Connector (0 ) 41 - Wuher (0) 68 - Nut (41
17.6 - Guket (0) 42 - Screw (01 69 - Lockwaaher (4)
(0) 18 - Lo<knut (4) (0) 43- Dust cap (0) 70- Washer (4)
(0) 19 - Wuher (4) 44 - Jamnut (0) 71 - Bua bar
( 0 ) 00 - Screw (4) 46 - Lockv.uher (0) 72 - lnoulator (2)
( 0 ) 21 - o ... t cover 46 - (Jill Coonoctor 73 - Panel a-mblf
22 - (JI thru J3J Connector
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8 - Lockwasher (0) l4 - Indicator assen>bly (3)
(0) 15- Lamp (12) 9-Indicator (9)
10- Mounting baoe (5) (0) 16 - Lens (6)
(0) 5 - Lamp
6-Nut
(0) 11- Lamp (6)
(0) 12- Lens (3)
(0) 17 - Locknut (41
(0) 18-Indicator assembly (3)
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4-30. Terminal Boards 1 and 2, Resistor Rl,
and Diode CR7.
a. Geneml. Terminal boards 1 and 2, resistor
Rl, and diode CR7 are located in the console
structure near de power supplies (fig. 4-5). Re-
place the components as prescribed below.
b. Removal.
(1) Remove bifold table lock pins and sup-
port table sections with tanyard (40, fig. 4-8).
(2) Remove klaxon cable reels and antenna
storage box.
(S) Remove attaching screws and washers,
and remove panel (86, fig. 4-8) .
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( 4) Tag and remove electrical connections
from component.
(5) Remove attaching parts and remove
component.
c. fnstaUation.
(1) Install component with attaching parts.
(2) Install electrical connections.
(8) Install panel (36, fig. 4-8) on console
structure with attaching screws and washers.
(4) Install klaxon cable reels and antenna
storage box.
(5) Remove lanyard (40, fig. 4-8), lower
table sections, and installlockpins.
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as prescribed below.
b. Removal.
(1) Remove fm transceiver 1 from console
(par. 4-16).
(2) Remove attaehinr screws and washers,
and remove panels ( 39 and 23, fir. 4-8).
(8) Tag electrical connection& and remove
them from terminal board.
(4) Remove attaching parts and remove
terminal board.
c. lmt4llatioft.
(1) Install terminal board with attachinr
parts.
(2) Install electrical connections on term-
inal board.
(8) Install panels with attaching screws
and washers.
( 4) Install fm transceiver 1.
4 33. Tennlnol Boards 8 and 9.
a. General. Terminal board 8 and 9 are lo-
cated in the console structure (fig. 4-5). Replace
the terminal boards as prescribed below.
b. Removal of TBB.
(1) Remove suppression cover and fm
transceiver 2 from console (par. 4-16).
(2) Remove attaching screws and washers,
and remove panel (6, fig. 4-8) and magnetic
chalkboard (12, fig. 4-8).
(8) Tag electrical connections and remove
them from terminal board.
(4) Remove attaching parts and remove
terminal board.
c. Removal of TB9.
(1) Remove fm receiver R-442/VRC (par.
4-17) .
(2) Remove attaching screws and remove
loudspeaker LS-454/U (20, fig. 1-4).
(8) Remove attaching screws and washers
and remove panels (9 and 26, fig. 4-8).
( 4) Tag electrical connections and remove
them from terminal board.
(5) Remove attaching parts and remove
terminal boards.
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(1) Install terminal board with attaehing
parts.
(2) Install electrical connectiou on term-
inal board.
(8) Install panel& and chalkboard. if re-
moved, with attaching screws and washers.
(4) Install fm transceiver 2 or fm receiver
and loudspeaker.
4 34. r ...... .._. 10 11-.h 15.
a. General. Terminal boards 10 through 16
are located in the console structure below fm
transceiver 1 (fig. 4-6). Replace the terminal
boards as prescribed below.
b.
(1) Remove attaching screws and washers,
and remove panel (29, fig. 4-8).
(2) Remove telephone TA-812/PT bracket
asaemblies (par. 4-49) as required to remove
terminal board.
(8) Tag electrical connections and remove
them from terminal board.
(4) Remove attaching parts and remove
terminal board.
c. 1Mt4llatioft.
(1) Install terminal board with attaching
parts.
(2) Install electrical connections on term-
inal board.
(8) Install panel and telephone mounts
with attaching screws and washers.
4-35. Relay Kl ..,d Relay Socket (fig. 4-IJ.
a. General. Relay' K1 and relay socket are
located on panel ( 17) in the console structure.
To replace relay only, remove magnetic chalk-
board ( 12). Replace the socket as prescribed
below.
b. Remo114l.
(1) Remove attaching screws and washers,
and remove magnetic chalkboards (12 and 15).
(2) Tag electrical connections and remove
them.
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components.
c. lnstalla.tion.
(1) Install components with attaching
parts.
(2) Install electrical connections.
(3) Install chalkboard with attaching
screws and washers.
4 36. Alert Waming System Switch.
Remove and i-nstall alert warning system (84,
fig. 1-4) as prescribed below.
a. Removal.
(1) Remove four mounting screws and
washers, and remove switch and panel assembly
from console.
(2) Tag electrical and remove
them from switch terminals.
(8) Remove switch from panel.
b. Installation.
(1) Install switch on panel.
(2) Install electrical connections on switch
terminals.
(3) Install switch and panel assembly on
console with four mounting screws and washers.
4-37. Bloww Unit.
Remove and install blower unit (13, fig. 1-8)
and blower unit air filter as prescribed below.
a. Removal of Air Filter.
(1) Remove bifold table lock pins and sup-
port table sections with lanyard ( 40, fig. 4-8).
(2) Remove antenna storage box.
(3) Remove two knobs, and remove front
panel and air filter from blower unit.
b. lMtallation of Air Filtef'.
(1) Install air filter and front panel on
blower unit, using the two knobs.
(2) Install antenna storage box.
(S) Remove lanyard (40, fig. 4-8), lower
bifold table sections, and install lock pins.
c. Removal of Blowtf' Unit.
( 1) Remove bifold table lock :-ins and sup-
port table sections with lanyard ( 40, fig. 4-8) .
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storage box.
(3) Remove attaching acrews and washers,
and remove panel (86, fig. 4-8) from console.
( 4) Tag and remove blower unit electrical
connections from terminal board 1 (fig. 4-6).
(5) Remove two knobs and remove front
panel from blower unit.
(6) Remove four mounting acrewa and
wnshers, and remove blower unit.
d. IMtallation of Blowtf' Uflit.
(1) lnstaU blower unit with four mounting
screws and washers.
(2) Install front panel on blower unit,
using two knobs.
( S) Install electrical connections on term-
inal board and replace tie wrap on cable bundle.
( 4) Install panel, klaxon cable reela, and
antenna storage box.
(6) Remove lanyard, lower bifold table
sections, and install lock pins.
4--38. Recorder's Control lox.
Remove and install components of recorder's
control box (6, fig. 1-8) applicable to organiza-
tional maintenance as shown in figure 4-21. Tag
and remove connections from electrical compon-
ents to be removed. Use adhesive 8040-290-4301
to bond mounting base (41, fig. 4-21) to panel
support (68, fig. 4-21). Refer to paragraph
4-10c for information on the legend for the
PHASE switch.
4-39. Klaxon.
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tains ingredients harmflll to internal
organs. Wash hands after using.
Remove and install components of klaxon (16,
fig. 1-8) applicable to organizational mainten-
ance as shown in figure 4-22. Tag cable leads
before removing cable. Refer to paragraph 4-12
for repair of cable. Apply antiseize compound
8080-201-0996 to pipe threads of klaxon and
cable before assembly. When insert (84, fig.
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19- Lockwaaher
20 - Locking ring
21 - Panel
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38-Screw
39-Waaher
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(OJ 5-Locking r ing
(OJ 6- Lockwaaher
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22 - Nut (2) (0) 40- Grommet (3)
8-Setacrew
9 - Knob
10- Nut
23- Lockwaaher (2)
24- Terminal board (3)
2fi- Insulator plate (3)
26-Scr ew (2}
(0) 41 - Mounting baae (7)
( 0) 42- Nut
(0) 43 - Waoher
(0) 44- Screw
27- Wuher (2) (0) 45 - Clamp
28- Nut (10) (0) 46 - Clamp
11 -Switch (2)
12- Lockwaaher
13-Nut
29- Lock washer (10)
30- Waaber (10)
(0) 47- Screw (5)
(0) 48- Nut ( 6)
14 -Connector (2)
15- Preformed packing
16 - Nut
31 -lnaulator (2)
32-Nut
(0) 49 - Waaher (5)
(0) 50- Mounting plate
(0) 51- Lena (6)
(0) 17- Switch (2)
18-Nut
83- Lockwaaher
34-Wuber
35-Nut
( 0) 52- Mounting plate
58- Panel aupport
36- Lockwaaher
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4-22) is replaced, install insert flush with wall
of large hole to allow screw (81, fig. 4-22) to
contact unthreaded portion of thumbscrew (82,
fig. 4-22). When screw is replaced, apply sealing
compound 8080-052-1958 to threads of screw,
and insert screw until end of screw contacts un-
threaded portion of thumbscrew. Do not tighten
screw.
4-40. Klaxon Cable Reel and T-Head Bolt.
Remove and install components of klaxon cable
reel (20, fig. 1-3), and T-head bolt applicable to
organizational maintenance as shown in figure
4-23.
4-41. Klaxon Storage Fixture.
a.. Removal and Installation. Remove and in-
stall klaxon storage fixture (16, fig. 1-3) as
shown in figure 4-24.
b. Repair. The rubber pads are bonded to the
wood block and wood base. Remove pads with a
gasket scraper and clean surface with sand-
paper. Make new pads from rubber sheet 9320-
729-7066. Install new pads with adhesive 8040-
290-4801. Bond wood base together with ad-
hesive 8040-290-4301.
4-42. Emergency Lantem and Storage Fixture.
a.. I-nspection. Inspect emergency lantern and
storage fixt ure ( 17, fig, 1-3) for loose screws and
damaged parts.
b. Removal and Installation. Remove and in-
stall components of the emergency lantern and
storage fixture applicable to organizational
maintenance as shown in figure 4-25.
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cause damage to the internal txidy
tissue and organs through skin absorp-
tion and inhalation if toxic limits are
exceeded. Wear the following equip-
ment when handling the solvent: rub-
ber gloves, rubber or plastic apron,
acid-type goggles, and respirator.
A void sparks or flames.
c. Repair. The rubber pads are bonded to the
aluminum angles and wooden blocks. Remove
the pads with a gasket scraper. Clean surface
of angles with a soft, clean, dry cloth and methyl
ethyl ketone 6810-281-2786. Smooth surface of
wooden block with sandpaper. Make new pads
from rubber sheet 9320-729-7066 and install
them on angles and blocks with adhesive 8040-
290-4301.
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(0) 4 - Clamp
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(0) 6 - Wuller
(0) 7- Screw
(0) 8 - Clamp
(0) 9- Screw (6)
(0) 10-Cover
(0) 11-Nut
(0) 12 - Wuher
(0) 13- Screw
(0) 14 - Cable
(0) 16- Locknut 13)
(0) 16 - Wuher (3)
(0) 17 - Bolt (S)
(0) 18-Wuher (3)
(0) 19 - Kwon
(0) 20 - Screw
(0) 21 - Wuher
(OJ 22- Lockwuher
(0) 23- Chain ...,bl7
(0) 24 - Pin
(0) 25- Pin
(0) 26 - Waaher
(0) 27- Pin
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(0) 31 - Screw
(0) 32 - Thumbscrew
33 -Support &88embly
34- In..,rt
35- Support
14-43. Antenna Storage Box.
Repair the antenna storage box as shown in
figure 4-25.1. Replace the rubber pads as pre-
scribed below.
a. Using gasket scraper, remove old rubber
pad and scrape off old adhesive.
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open flame or sparks. Use only in
a well-ventilated area. Avoid allow-
ing solvent to contact the eyes or
skin. Wash the eyes or skin with wa
ter when contact occurs.
b. Using cleaning solvent 6810.281-2785,
throughly clean area to which rubber pad is
to be bonded.
c. Using old pad as a template, fabricate
new rubber pad (6) from bulk rubber 9320-
241-9750 and rubber pad (13) from bulk rubber
932().641 7084.
d. Install new rubber pad, using adhesive
8040.200-4301.
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(0) 2 - Sleeve 1pacer
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(0) 4-Strap (2)
(0) 6 - Bolt
(0) 6-Waaber
(0) 7 - Sl"ve nut uaembly
(0) 8-Spring pin
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(0) 2-Washer (4)
(0) 3-Strap &IBembly (3)
(0) 4-Locknut (2)
(0) 5-Waaher (2)
(0) 6-Screw (2)
(0) 7-Angle (2)
(0) 8-Locknut(2)
(0) 9- Washer (2)
(0) 10- Screw (2)
(0) 11-Channel (2)
(0) 12- Screw (2)
(0) 13-Clip (3)
(0) 14-Screw (2)
(0) 15-Block (3)
(0) 16-Pad
(0) 17-Pad (3)
(0) 18- Base
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4-45. Map Display Boord and Storage Fitting.
Refer to figure 4-26 for removal and installation
of components on small map display board locat-
ed on left wall. Refer to figure 4-27 for removal
and installation of components on large map dis-
play board located on right wall. Refer to a.
through d. below for maintenance of the map
display boards and storage fittings.
a. lnspection. I nspect the map display board
for physical damage, such as a warped frame or
scratches in the plastic sheet. Inspect thumb-
screws for damaged threads.
b. Cleaning. Clean the exterior of the map
display board with a soft, dry, clean cloth.
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(0) 3- Nut (0) 16- Pad
(0) 4- Wuher (0) 17-Nut (2)
(0) 6 - Screw (0) 18 - Washer (2)
(0) 6 - Guard (0 ) 19 - Screw (2)
(0) 7 - Bolt (4) (0) 20 - Channel
(0) 8 - Washer (4) 21- Block
9 - Block (0) 22- Pad (2)
(0) 10- Pad 23- Block (2)
( 0 ) 11 - Nut (2) (0) 24- Pad
( 0) 12-Waahe.r (2) 21;- Plywood panel
(0) 13- Screw {2)
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consists of replacement of defective components.
The frame assembly consists of aluminum alloy
angles welded together and a plastic sheet
bonded to the metal. If any of these parts are
defective, the entire frame assembly must be
replaced.
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cause damage to the internal body
tissue and organs through skin absorp-
tion and inhalation if toxic limits a.re
exceeded. Wear the following equip-
ment when handling the solvent: rub-
ber gloves, rubber or plastic apron,
acid-type goggles, and respirator.
A void sparks or flames.
d. Storage Fittings. Refer to paragraph 8-9
and figure 3-5 to remove and install the map
display board storage fittings. Rubber cushions
are bonded to the clips and brackets. When re-
placing the cushions, scrape old adhesive f rom
mounting surface and clean surface with methyl
ethyl ketone 6810-281-2785. Allow surface to
air dry before applying adhesive. Make new
cushions from rubber sheet 9320-729-7066 and
install the cushions with adhesive 8040-290-
4301 .
4 46. FM Transceiver Noise Suppression
Cover.
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cause damage to the internal body
tissues and organs through skin absorp-
tion and inhalation if toxic limits are
exceeded. Wear the following equip-
ment when handling the solvent: r ub-
ber gloves, rubber or plastic 11pron,
acid-type goggles, and respirator.
Avoid sparks or flames.
Remove attaching screws and washers and re-
move noise suppression cover ( 12, fig. 1-3) from
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(0) 13 - Rubber pad
(0) 14 - &rew (81
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(0) 19- Nut (41
(0 ) 20 - Washer (4)
(01 21 - &rew (41
(01 22 - Nut (8)
101 23 - Washer (16)
(01 2( - Strew (81
(0) 2S - Strew (20.1
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(0) 19 - Nut (4)
(0) 20- Washer (4)
(0) 21 - ScNw (2)
(0) 22 - Strap (2)
(0) 23 - Bracket (2)
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console. Remove and install components of the
cover applicable to organizational maintenance
as shown in f igure 4-28. Make insulation batt-
ings (4 t hrough 12, fig. 4-28) from 5640-267-
8891. Make baffles (2 and 8, f ig. 4-28) and
gasket ( 1, fig. 4-28) from sheeting 9320-729-
7066. Make rubber sheets ( 13, fig. 4-28) from
9820-782-1627. When replacing the
scrape old adhesive f rom mounting surface and
clean surface with methyl ethyl ketone 6810-281-
2785. Allow surface t o dry and bond components
to cover wit h adhesive 8040-290-4801.
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4-47. Tabletop.
Typewriter and telephone switchboard tabletop,
tabletop for recorder's control box mounts, and
rear and right side tabletop are replaced as as-
semblies. Inspect the tabletop assemblies for
loose rivets and screws and damaged parts.
Refer to paragraph 4-48 for repair of the bifold
table.
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7- Sheet (8) (0) 21- Screw (3)
8 - Anchor nut 22- Support
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10- Support (0) 24- Waaher (4)
11 - Nut (0) 25 - Screw (2)
12 - Washer (0) 26- Strap (2)
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(0) & -Insulation batting
(0) 6 -lnaulation batting
(0) 7 -Insulation batting
4-48. Blfolcl Table.
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Repair of bifold table (24, fig. 1-S) consists of
replacement of defective components. Inspect
the bifold table for loose r ivets and screws and
damaged parts. Remove and install components
of the bifold table applicable to organizational
maintenance as shown in figure 4-29.
4-49. Teleph- TA-312/ ftf Bracket
Assembly.
Note
The key numbers shown below in pa-
rentheses refer to figure 4-30 unless
otherwise indicated.
Remove and install the telephone TA-312/ PT
bracket assembly as shown in figure 4-80. Refer
I to figure 4-8 and remove panel (29. fig. 4-8)
to gain acceas to nuts (9) and washers (10 and
11).
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(0) 9-Inaulation batting
(0) 10- lnaulation batting
(0) 11-lnaulatlon batting
(0) 12- lnaulatlon battinr
(0) 13- Rubber oheet (2)
14-Cover
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cause damage to the internal body
tissue and organs through skin absorp..
tion and inhalation if toxic limits are
exceeded. Wear the followinr equip..
ment when handling the solvent: rub-
ber rloves, rubber or plastic apron,
acid-type goggles, and respirator.
Avoid spar ks or flames.
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adhesive from mounting surface and clean lllll'face
with methyl ethyl ketone 6810-281-2786. Allow
surface to air dry before applyine adhesive.
Make new sheets (00, 21. 22, 23, and 24) from
sheeting Make new sheets (6
and 6) from Install rubber
abeets, uaine adhesive 8040-290-4801.
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(0) 7- Walher (2)
(0) 8- s ..... (2)
(0) 9-Bult hlnJe
(0) 10 - AnJIO
(0) 11-Se...w (4)
(0) 12- Wuher <>
(0) 13-Leg (8)
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14-50. File Cabinets and Storage Cabinets.
Remove and install components of the two-
drawer and four-drawer file cabinets and stor-
age cabinets as shown in figures 4-31 and
4-31.1. Replace the rubber pads as prescribed
below.
a. Using gasket scraper, remove old rubber
pad and scrape off old adhesive.
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(0) 17-Screw (4)
(0 ) 18-&..... (11)
(0) 19-Wuhu (11)
20- Bivel (80)
21-Hini'O
(0) 22-Al\&'le
(0) 23- Screw (14)
24 - Top UHmbly
(0) 26 - Screw ( 14)
26 - Hinge
(0) 27 - Se"'w (2)
(0) 28-Hinp
29 - Top OOHmbly
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open flame or sparks. Use only in
a well-ventilated area. Avoid allow-
ing solvent to contact the eyes or
akin. Wash the eyes or skin with wa-
ter when contact occurs.
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(0) 3-Washer (4)
(0) 4 - Angl e
(0) 6- Rubber sheet
( 0 ) 6- Rubber aheet
(0) 7-Nut (4)
(0) 8 - Screw (4)
(0) 9 - Nut (6)
(0) 10 - Lorkwasher (6)
(0) 11 - Wuher (6)
(0) 12-Screw (6)
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(0) 14 - Wa.oher (4)
(0) 16 - Screw (4)
(0) 16 - Bracket
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(0) 18 - Channel (2)
(0) 19 - Channel
(0) 20 - Rubber sheet
(0) 21 - Rubber sheet
(0) 22 - Rubber theet (5)
(0) 23 - Rubber she
(0) Z4 - Rubber lheet
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a u - b l ~ . up/odtd view.
b. Using cleaning solvent 6810-281-2785,
thoroughly clean area to which rubber pad is
to be bonded.
c. Using old pad as a template, fabricate
new r ubber pad (45. fig. 4-31) from bulk rubber
9320-729-7066 and rubber pad (46, fig. 4-31)
from bulk rubber 9320-818-2723.
d. Install new rubber pad, using adhesive
8040-290-4301.
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4-50. 1. Security Safes.
Remove and install components of the security
safes as prescribed in figures 4-31, 4-31.1, and
4-31.2. Replace the rubber pads as prescribed
in paragraph 4-50. Using old pads as tem-
plates, fabricate rubber pads from bulk rubber
932().818-2723.
4-51 . First Aid Kit and Mounting.
Remove and install components of the first aid
kit and mounting as shown in figure 4-32. Re-
place rubber pads as prescribed below .
11. Using gasket scraper, remove old rubber
pad and scrape oCC old adhesive.
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Do not use cleaning solvent near an
open flame or sparks. Use only in
a well-ventilated area. Avoid allow-
ing solvent to contsct the eyes or
skin. Wash the eyes or skin with wa-
ter when contact occurs.
b. Using cleaning solvent 6810-281-2785,
thoroughly clean area to which rubber pad is
to be bonded.
c. Using old pad as a template, fabricate
new r ubber pad from bulk rubber 9320-729-7066
or 9320-818-2723, as applicable.
d. Install new rubber pad, using adhesive
8040-290-4301.
4-52. Boarding Ladder.
Refer to TM 9-1450-380-14 for repair of boar d-
ing ladder.
4-53. Twelve-Foot Ladder and Storage
Fittings.
Remove and install the 12-foot ladder and stor-
age fittings as prescribed in paragraph 3-9.
Rubber pads are bonded to t he ladder. Replace
the rubber pads as prescribed below.
a. Using gasket scraper. remove old rubber
pad and scrape off old adhesive.
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101 7 - Ruboor pad 161
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101 9 - Washer (101
101 10 - 001
(01 II - Washer (101
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!OJ 15 - Washer
!01 16- Loeknut
(0) 17 - Washer
(01 18 - Screw
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20 - Angle bracket
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22 - Locking rod
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101 24 - Washer 141
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/OJ 27 - Washer 18)
101 28 - Screw (81
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30 - Locking bar
31 - Ruboor pad
32- Stud
33 - Eyebolt
34 - Washer
101 35 - Screw 121
101 36 - ll<llt (3)
10) 37 - Washer 131
101 38 - Bolt (31
101 39 - w .. her 131
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thoroughly clean area to which rubber pad is
to be bonded.
c. Using old pad as a template, fabricate
new r ubber pad from bulk rubber 9320-
141-7167.
d. Install new rubber pad, using adhesive
8040.290-4301.
41 - Spacer (31
42 - Blind nut 13)
43- Blind nut 131
(0) 44 - Bar
{0) 45 - Ruboor pad
(0) 46 - Ruboor pad
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101 49 - Stud
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101 51 - Washer
101 52 - Eyebolt
(0) r.3 - Locknut 121
101 r.4 - Washer 121
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(0) 58 - Washer (21
(01 $9 - Bolt 121
101 60 - Washer (21
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(01 62 - Washer (61
101 63 - Bolt (21
101 64 - Waher 121
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66 - Ri"et 112)
(0) 67 - Plate nut (61
(01 68 - Locknut 121
(01 69- Washer 121
10) 70 - Bolt 121
101 71 - Washer (2)
(01 72 - Bolt (8)
!Ol 73- Washer (161
74 - Cabinet 121
75 - Rivet 1161
76 - Plate nut (8}
101 77 - Screw 11 81
101 78 - Washer 118)
(0) 79 - Screw (2J
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101 28- Locknut 141 101 43 - Washer (51 59 - Angle
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101 8 - Screw 141
101 9 - Bolt 141
101 10 - Washer 141
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12 - Spa cer
13 - Angle
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15 - Spacer plate 121
16 - Blind nut .,...mbly 141
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(0) 6 - Screw (2)
(0) 7 - Braclcet
(0) 8 - Channel embly
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(0) 10 - w aahe< (2)
(0) 11 -Nut (2)
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(0) 14-Wuher (2)
(0) 16 - A.._le (2)
(0) 16- Bracket
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solvent to contact the skin. Wash ex-
posed skin areas thoroughly with soap
and water when solvent contaminates
the skin.
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located beside J21 (emergency power) as pre-
scribed below. Spare designation plates are
stored m the designation plate book in the
PTS.
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open flame or sparks. Use only in a
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a. Remove defective designation plate. Clean
area to which new plate is to be applied. using
cleaning solvent 6850-597-9760. Allow solvent
to air dry.
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cleaned in a above at. an ambient temperature
of 18.3 to 32.2C (6.') to 9QF).
I c. Prepare a mixture of adhesive 8040-059-
as prescribed by manufacturer's instruc-
tions on the containers.
d.. Seal designation plate, using a thin coat
of adhesive, and overlap all edges 1/8 inch.
4-56. Instruction Plate.
Replace illegible or damaged instruction plate
on BCC as shown in figure 4-35.
14-57. Pick-Head Ax.
Replace damaged pick-head ax or storage
brackets as shown in figure 436.
14-58. Remote Firing Box Housing.
Remove, repair, and install the remote firing
box housing as shown in figure 4-31 and as
prescribed below.
a.
(I) Remove locking rod (22) from housing
(29).
(2) Remove locknuts (23 or 26), washers
(24 or 27), and screws (2.'> or 28) and remove
housing.
b. Repa-ir. Repair of the remote firing box
housings consists of replacing damaged rubber
sheets as prescribed below.
(ll Using gasket scraper, remove old rub-
ber sheet and scrape off old adhesive.
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Do not usc cleaning solvent near an
open flame or sparks. Use only in
a well-ventilated area. Avoid allow-
ing sol vent to contact the eyes or
skin. Wash the eyes or skin with wa-
ter when contact occurs.
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2
l - Screw (6)
2 - Instruction pJate
3 - Spacer (31
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(2) Using cleaning solvent 6810-281-2785,
throughly clean area to which rubber sheet is
to be applied.
(3) Using old sheet as a template,
fabricate new rubber sheet from bulk rubber
9320-729-7066.
( 4) Install new rubber sheet, using adhe-
sive 8040-290-4301.
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IOl I - Winanut 121
10) 2- Wuher 12l
10) 3 - Angle
10) 4 - Pick-head ax
10) o - Locknut 12l
!Ol 6 - Washer 12)
10) 7 - Block
IOl 8 - Screw (2l
iOl 9 - Waoher 12)
(0) 10 - Locknut W
10) 11 - Waoher (4l
(0) 12 - S.:rew (4)
(0') 13 - Waaher l4l
(Ol 14 - Channel
(Ol 15 - Locknut (2)
(0) 16- Washer 12l
(0) 17 - Screw 12)
(Ol 18 - Waaher t2)
(0) 19 - Angle
c. Installation.
(1) Install remote firing box housing, us-
ing serews (25 or 28), washers (24 or 27), and
locknuts (23 or 26).
(2) Install locking rod (22) in housing.
4-59. PAL Unit Support Bracket.
Remove and install components of the PAL
unit support bracket applicable to organiza-
tional maintenance as shown in figure 4-31.
Replace the rubber pads, using bulk rubber
(item 21. table A-1) in the same manner as that
prescribed in par.tgraph 4-58b.
4-60. Sheltet' Repair.
When shelter water leakage is observed or when
inspection indicates possible leakage around riv-
ets or seams on exterior of shelter, perform the
following:
I WARNING I
The fumes of trichloroethane are
highly toxic. Use only in a thorough-
ly ventilated area. Avoid prolonged
or repeated breathing of vapor. Pro-
longed or repeated skin contact can
cause skin inflammation.
Do not use trichloroethane near an
open flame or hot surface. Trichlo-
roethane is nonflammable, but heat
converts to a highly toxic phosgene
gas. Inhalation of this gas could
cause serious injury or even death.
a. Clean seams or areas around rivets, using
trichloroethane (item 30, table A-1) and a wire
brush, and remove loose particles from cleaned
area.
b. Apply sealing compound (item 26, table
A-1) around rivets in an area that extends a
minimum of 3/4-inch from center of rivet
heads.
c. Apply sealing compound (item 26, table
A-1) a minimum of 112-inch in width, centered
on seams cleaned in a above.
d. Apply one coat of zinc chromate primer
(item 15, table A-1) on repaired surface, fol-
lowed by one coat of forest green enamel (item
10, table A-1).
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CHAPTER 5
DS AND GS MAINTENANCE
Se<tion I. REPAIR PARTS, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
S-1. General.
Repair tools, and equipment are issued to
DS and GS maintenance units for maintaining
the materiel. and equipment should not
be used for purposes other than those intended
and, when not in use, should be properly stored.
I Refer to TM 9-1425-380-L for references to
manuals listing repair parts, tools, and equip-
ment for components not covered in this man-
ual.
IS-2. Common Tools and Equipment.
Standard and commonly used tools and equip-
ment having general application to mainte-
nance of the BCC are authorized for issue by
tables of allowance and tables of organiution
and equipment (TO&E).
5-2.1. SpeciaiPurposeToolsond I
Equipment.
a. GeneraL Cable shield resistance test set
11039161 is authorized for use by DS and GS
maintenance personnel when performing main-
tenance on the BCC. Refer to b below for a
description of the use of the test set.
b. Cable Shield Resistance Test Set. The ca-
ble shield resistance test set is used to deter-
mine the end-to-end shield continuity of rfi
interconnecting electrical cables and of ground
cable 60W101 by measuring their total resist-
ance. The test set may also be used to check
the condition of rfi gaskets on panel-mounted
connectors by testing the cables while they are
connected to their mating panel connectors.
Refer to TM 9-1400-377-34 for a complete de-
scription of the test set, and refer to TM
9-1430-380-14 for operating procedures.
Se<tion II. INSPECTION
5-3. Purpose.
Inspections are made to (1) determine the con-
dition of an item as to serviceability, (2) recog-
nize conditions that would cause failure, (3) as-
sure proper application of maintenance policies
at prescribed levels, and ( 4) determine the abil-
ity of a unit to accomplish its maintenance and
supply mission.
5-4. Command Maintenance
Management Inspection.
Command maintenance management inspections
are designed to p1ovide commanders with an in-
dication of the operational efficiency of each
subordinate unit and activity, and to measure
the proficiency and effectiveness of organiza-
tional and direct and general support mainten-
ance of each unit and activity. In accordance
with AR 750-8, the inspection team will use the
preventive-maintenance procedures prescribed
in paragrat>h 4-10 when performing the inspec-
tion.
5-S. Dired and General Support
Mointenance Inspection.
Direct and general support maintenance inspec-
tions are divided into three categories: initial,
in-process, and final inspection. Initial inspec-
tion is performed upon receipt of materiel to
determine whether repair by direct and general
support maintenance units is possible, or
whether evacuation to depot units is necessary.
In-process inspection is performed during re-
t>air of the materiel to insure that deficiencies
not disclosed by the initial inspection are found
and corrected. Final inspection is performed
after repair of the materiel to insure that it is
accep.table to the user.
5-6. Preemborlcotlon Inspection.
This inspection is performed on materiel sche-
duled for overseas duty to insure that such
materiel will not become unserviceable in a re-
latively short time. The inspection procedures
are contained in TB ORD 385.
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Section Ill. CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
S-7. General.
This section contains DS and GS corrective
maintenance instructions for the BCC. No spe-
cific instructions are provided for obvious pro-
cedures or simple repairs. Refer to the manuals
listed in TM 9-142.'\-380-L for corrective main
tenance of equipment not included in this sec
I tion. Refer to TM 9-1425-382-34 for repair of
wiring harness connectors, and for replacement
of terminal lugs and shielded and unshielded
w1re.
I
S-7 .1. Electrical Connector Keying.
Var iable-keyed connectors must be properly
keyed to mate. Remote firing box panel con
nectors JS, J7, and J9 on the signal entrance
panel and remote firing box cable connectors
P4, P5, and P6 on the electrical rack must be
keyed to position 2. Emergency power entrance
panel connector J21 and cable connector P2 of
cable 60W108 must be keyed to position 1. Refer
to paragraph 4-14 for inspection of keying and
for keying of cable connectors. Refer to figure
50 and procedures below for keying panel con
nectors.
5-2
1 - Dust cover
2 - Keying collar
retaining nut
3 - Keying <Ollar
4 - 1>acking
> - Connector shell
6 - Index key
7 - Internal keyway
Figurt.! S..Q, Paul coPmtctor keyitt(J.
a. Keying. I
(!) Remove dust cover, if installed.
(2) Insuring that keying collar (3) remains
in place, remove keying collar retaining nut (2).
(3) Note number of slot on keying collar
(3) that is alined with index key. If number
is not the same as the correct connector key
position, perform procedures in (4) through (6)
below; if number is the same as the correct
connector key position, perform procedures in
(5) and (6) below.
(4) Slide keying collar (3) from connector
barrel, and rotate until numbered slot, corre-
sponding to correct connector key position, is
alined with index key; then install keying collar
(3) on connector barrel.
(5) Inspect preformed packing. Replace
packing if defective.
(6) Insure that keying collar (3) remains
correctly alined with index key and install key-
ing collar retaining nut (2) over keying collar
(3). Tighten keying collar retaining nut (2) to
12 foot-pounds.
b. Replacem.ent of Keying Companents (fig. I
5-0). Replace keying components of adjustable-
keying type panel connectors in accordance
with the following procedures.
(1) Remove keying collar retaining nut
(2), using strap wrench 512()..()().262-8491. Re-
move keying collar (3) and preformed packing
(4).
[WARNING I
The f umes of trichloroethane ar e
highly toxic. Use only in a thorough-
ly ventilated area. Avoid prolonged
or repeated breathing of vapor. Pro-
longed or repeated skin contact can
cause skin infla mmation. Wear rub-
ber gloves and apron to protect the
skin.
Do not use trichloroethane near an
open flame or hot surface. Trichlo-
roethane is nonflammable, but heat
converts the fumes to a highly toxic
phosgene gas. Inhalation of this gas
could cause serious injury or even
death.
(2) Inspect all parts for dir t and corrosion.
Using trichloroethane (item 30, ' table Al), re-
move dirt and corrosion.
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(3) Inspect threads of connector shell (5)
for worn finish. If finish is worn to bare metal,
apply a coating of iridite (item 8, table A-1).
(4) Inspect preformed packing (4). Replace
preformed packing if damaged. Install pre
formed packing on connector shell.
(5) Inspect keying collar (3). Replace key-
ing collar if burred, deformed, or excessively
worn.
(6) Determine correct key position num-
ber for connector from instructions above.
(7) Place slotted end of keying collar over
connector shell and rotate collar until slot bear
ing prescribed key position number is alined
with index key on connector shell. Slide collar
onto connector shell so that index key is fully
fitted into proper slot of keying collar.
{8) While insuring that keying collar re-
mains correctly alined with the index key, in
stall keying collar retaining nut over keying col-
lar and screw hand tight onto shell of connec
tor.
(9) Tighten keying collar retaining nut to
12 foot-pounds.
I WARNING I
High potentials exist in the BCC. In-
sure t hat electrical power is off be-
fore removing or installi ng electrical
equipment in the BCC.
S-8. Electrical Cables Used Externally.
a. Electrical Cable 11053819. Remove and in-
stall components of electrical cable 11053819
(table 4-7) as shown in figure 41. Refer to TM
1 9-1425-382-34 for cable connector repair proce-
dures. Refer to table 4-7.1 for pin continuity
of cable.
b. Electrical Cable 11098611, (601Vl08). When
cable connector 60W108 is replaced or when the
serial number has been obliterated. apply serial
number as prescribed in paragraph 5-8.1. Refer
to TM 9-1425-382-34 for repair of electrical cable
11038614 (table 4-7). Refer to table 4-7.1 for pin
continuity of cable.
c. Electrical Cables J105J, 081 tmd 11051,082.
Remove and install components of electrical ca-
bles 11054081 and 11054082 (table 4-7) as shown
in figures 4-3 and 5-1, respectively. Refer to
table 4-7.1 for pin continuity of cables. Install
identification marker on cables as prescribed
below.
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I WARNING I
Do not use cleaning solvent near open
flame or sparks. Use only in a well-
ventilated area. Avoid allowing sol-
vent to contact the eyes or skin. Wash
the eyes or skin with water when con-
tact occurs.
(I) Clean urea to which identification mark-
er is to be installed with solvent (item 9, table
A1J and allow to air drv.
(2J Make identification market from heat-
shrinkable insulation sleeving. Use sleeving (item
27, table A-ll for cable 11054081 and sleeving
(item 28. table A-1) for cable 11054082.
(3) Use heat gun furnished in electrical
cable insulation repair kit (TM 9-1425-382-34)
to shrink sleeving.
d. Electrica.l Cable ll 03920J (60WJOJ). Refer
to TM 9-143().380-14 for repair of electrical cable
11039201 (table 4-7).
e. Electrical Cable 110,1.1979. Remove and in-
stall components of electrical cable 11053979
(table 4-7J as shown in figure 4-4. Refer to table
4-7.1 for pin continuity of cable.
5-8. 1. Serial Number Application.
When connectors that have serial numbers are
replaced or when serial numbers have been
obliterated from damage on cable assemblies,
apply serial number as prescribed below.
I WARNING I
Do not use cleaning solvent near open
flame or sparks. Use only in a well-
ventilated area. Avoid allowing sol-
vent to contact the eyes or skin. Wash
the eyes or skin with water when con-
tact occurs.
n ~ ~ T ! O N )
Do not allow methyl ethyl ketone to
come in contact with the rubber cov-
ering of electrical wires on the cable
assembly.
Note
In a through c below, the serial num-
ber is to be applied on the side of
the connector opposite from the cable
marker band.
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a. Clean area on the side of connector op-
posite from cable marker band, using methyl
ethyl ketone (item 13, table A-1 ).
b. Measure and mark two parallel lines
0.187 0.062 inch apart, near center of open area
cleaned in It above, suitable for marking pur-
poses.
Note
In c below, apply serial number in
freehand, block-type characters, so
that number is read from the same
direction as the cable marker band.
c. Using pneumatic air-scribe kit 5130-00-933-
5250, apply serial number on connector PI be-
tween lines marked in b above.
d. Prepare a mixture of adhesive as pre-
scribed by manufacturer's instructions on the
containers.
I e. Apply a thin coat of adhesive (item 3. ta-
ble A-1) to applied serial number and allow to
cure for 8 hours at temperature of 18.3" to
32.2"C (65" to 90"F).
5-9. Internal Cables ond Wiring.
Repair of the BCC internal cables and wmng
consists of replacing defective wires or connec-
tors used in interconnecting the communica-
S-2.2
C:l
tions equipment panels, and controls (par. 4-13).
For BCC serial number 00003, refer to wiring
diagrams provided with the BCC, for differences
in wiring. Refer to TM 9-1425-382-34 for repair
of the connectors and for replacement of ter-
minal lugs and shielded and unshielded wire.
5-9.1. Auxiliary Power Connedor.
Repair auxiliary power connector (J21 ) by
replacing items as shown in figure 4-5.1. Note
the following items when reassembling the con-
nector.
a. Inspect contact surfaces of mounting pan-
el and connector for scratches or evidence of
corrosion. If scratches or corrosion are found,
clean area to a bright metal finish, using sand-
paper or emery cloth.
b. Replace damaged rfi gasket.
c. Orient connector with widest keyway near-
est left side of BCC.
d.. Key connector to position 1.
e. Set torque wrench handle 5120-00-020-5641
to 12 foot-pounds and t ighten index sleeve re-
taining nut (2) .
5-10. DCPowerSupply.
u.. Console Structure Cover Pu,e/.
(1) Remove bifold table lockpins, and sup-
port table sections with lanyard (40, fig. 4-8).
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1- Cover
2 - N11t
8 - Washer
4- Gasket
5 - Clamp
(2) Remove klaxon cable reels and antenna
storage box.
(3) Remove attaching screws and waahers,
and remove cover panel (36, fig. 4-8) from con-
sole.
b. Removal.
( 1) Tar electrical connections and remove
them frum power SUJ>plies.
(2) Remove safety wire and four bolts and
washers, and remove 9v de power supply. Re-
move safety wire and six bolts and washers, and
remove 25v de power supply.
c. Thermal Radiator. Each of the two 25v de
power supplies contains a thermal radiator that
is used for dissipation of heat generated by the
power supplies. To remove the radiators from
the power supplies, remove the attaching nuts
and waahers.
6 - Fe?nllo
7 - Body and aleeve uaembly
8 - Coaxjn] cable
9-Bed cha in a ... mbly
10- Ident WcaUon marker
d. lft8tallation.
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(1) Install thermal radiators on 25v de
power supplies if removed.
(2) Install 9v de power supply with four
bolts and waahets. Install 25v de power supply
with six bolts and waahers. Install safety wire.
(8) Install electrical connections on power
supplies.
( 4) Apply power and adjust power auppliflll
aa prescribed in e below.
(5) Install console structure cover panel
with attaching screws and washers.
(6) Install klaxon cable reels and antenna
storage box.
(7) Remove lanyard, lower table sections,
and install loekpins.
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e. Adjustment.
( 1) Remove cover panel from console struc-
ture as prescribed in a above.
(2) Connect multimeter to power supply
test points (7, fig. 1-4).
Insure that electrical power is off be-
fore turning adjustment screw locking
nut. Avoid damaging electrical leads
when turning locking nut.
( 8) Loosen adjustment screw locking nut
(located next to the four terminallup on power
supply).
(4) Tum adjustment screw on 25v d!l
power supply until multimeter indicates 25. 50.
5v de. Tum adjustment screw on 9v de power
supply until multimeter indicatea 90. 2v de.
(5) Hold adjustment screw, and tighten
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adjustment screw locking nut. Seal nut with
~ ! ; P ~ ~ l 5970-162-7523 when adjustment is com-
(6) Install cover panel on console.
(7) Disconnect multimeter from test
points.
5-11. Radio Set Control C-2328/ GRA-39
(figs. 1-3 and 1-41.
a. General. Refer to paragraph 4-20 for re-
moval, installation, and repair of the power ad-
apter of the radio set controls. The radio set con-
trols contain a 3900-Hz oscillator that is not used
for OJ>eration of the equipment in the BCC. The
oscillator will generate and inject an undesirable
tone into the communication networks if not
disabled. When a new radio set control is in-
5-4
stalled in the BCC, disable the oscillator by un-
soldering wire as prescribed in b below. Re-
place the wire when the radio set control i.s
removed from the BCC.
b. Disabling the 9900-Hz Oscillator. Remove
radio set control from case (TM 11-5820-477-
12) . Remove power input to oscillator by un-
soldering wire from terminal 4 (junction of
R217 and R220) on card P/0 A 201 (fig. 6-2).
Insulate end of wire with tape and tie wire into
existing wire bundle with lacing tape. Install
radio set cont rol in case. Install identification
markings on top of control to indicate that con-
trol has been modified.
5-12. (Deleted)
Figure 5-11. Radio ,.1 control C-1$118/GRA-31,
c a ~ remov.:f.
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I 5-13. (Deleted)
5-14. FMAntennosAT.912/VRCand
AS-1729/VRC and Mounting.
Remove and install components of fm antennas
AT-912/VRC and AS-1729/VRC and mounting
as shown in figure 4-13.
15-15. (Deleted)
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5-16. Power Panel.
Remove six mounting screws and washers, and
remove power panel (6, fig. 1-4) from console.
Tag and remove electrical connections. Remove
and install components as shown in figure 4-15.
Replace electrical connections and install panel
on console.
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5-17. Intercom Select Panel.
Remove eight mounting screws and washers,
and remove intercom select panel (31, fig. 1-4)
from console. Tag and remove electrical connec-
tions. Remove and install components as shown
in figure 4-16. Replace electrical connections
and install panel on console.
5-18. TRC.SO Panel.
Remove six mounting screws and washers, and
remove TRC-80 panel (17, fig. 1-4) from con-
sole. Tag and remove electrical connections. Re-
move and install components as shown in figure
4-17. Replace electrical connections and install
panel on console.
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5-19. Signal Entrance Panel.
I WARNING I
Insure that electrical power is off be-
fore removing or installing components
on the signal entrance panel.
Remove and install components of the signal
entrance panel as shown in figure 4-18. Refer
to TM 9-237 when replacing welded
components. When replacing J1, J2, J3, J5, J7,
and J9 or the shield ground lugs on J5, J7,
or J9, inspect the shield gasket and lug contact
areas for scratches or evidence of corrosion.
Refinish scratched or corroded areas as follows:
I wARNING I
Use extreme caution when using flu-
orocarbon solvents. Vapors are toxic
if inhaled, and if exposed to heat,
may cause corrosion damage to
equipment. Use in a well-ventilated
area or use forced draft in enclosed
or low areas, and avoid open flame
or operating heaters. Liquid may
cause serious damage to the eyes or
irritation to the skin. Wear gloves
and protective clothing and avoid
prolonged contact. If cont aminated,
wash well in running water and seek
prompt medical attention for the
eyes. The solvent reacts with highly
active free metals such as sodium,
barium, or potassium, and may pro-
duce toxic byproducts, fires, or ex
plosions. Do not use with highly ac-
tive free metals until the hazards of
the metal are fully determined and
adequate safety procedures are estab-
lished.
"' Clean surface, using cleaning solvent
6830-584-2957.
Note
Chemical f ilm must be applied
within 2 hours after cleaning per-
formed in b and c below. Chemical
film solution must be used the same
day it is prepared. Prepare a new
mixture for use each day.
b. Remove corrosion and old finish to bare
metal, using fine sandpaper.
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c. Complete preparation of cleaned area, us-
ing scouring powder 7930-206..()442, made int o
a thick paste with water, and rubbing area
with aluminum wool 5350-286-4851 dipped in
the solution. until a bright uniform surface is
obtained.
d. Rinse surface with water and wipe dry
with a clean cloth. Do not touch surface after
final rinsing.
I WARNING I
Chemical film mixture is caustic.
When using it, wear rubber gloves,
a rubber apron, and acid-type safety
goggles.
e. Prepare a solution of 19 parts (by volume)
of water to 1 part chemical film MIL-C-5541
(Chem-Rite A22) in a clean stainless steel or
glass container.
l CAUTION I
Do not wipe surface after applying
chemical f ilm as protective film will
be destroyed.
f Using a clean cloth or brush, apply chem-
ical film to as much area as can be covered
in 80 seconds.
g. Let stand for 30 to 60 seconds, and then
rinse with flowing water. Do not wipe surface
after final rinsing, but blot gently with a clean
cloth or absorbent paper.
h. Continue performing f and g above until
all prepared surface has been covered. Allow
surface to dry for a minimum of 2 hours before
installing shielding gasket. Appearance of Cilm
will be clear to mottled brown in color.
i. When installing con nee tors, inspect and
replace damaged shielding gaskets.
j. Set torque screwdriver 5120-021-2041 to 10
inch-pounds and tighten mounting screws on
J1, J2, and J3; then set torque screwdriver to
30 inch-pounds and tighten mounting screws
for J5, J7, and J9.
k. Refer to TM 9-1400-377-34 for additional
connector repair procedures.
/. Perform system ground test, using shield
resistance test set 11039161 (TM 9-1430-380-14).
m. Refer to paragraph 5-36 for detailed pro- I
cedures for isolating the causes of malfunc-
tions encountered during the system ground
test.
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5-20. Stotus Display Panel.
Remove eight mounting screws and washers,
and remove status display panel ( 11, fig. 1-4)
from console. Tag and remove electrical con-
nections. Remove and install components as
shown in figure 4-19. Use adhesive
8040.270-8137 to bond mounting base (10, fig.
419) to panel. Replace electrical connections
and install panel on console.
5-21. Patching Switchboard.
Remove ten mounting screws and washers and
remove patching switchboard (2, fig. 1-8) from
console. Tag and remove electrical connections.
Remove and install components on the switch-
board as shown in figure 4-20. Replace electrical
connect ions and install switchboard on console.
5-22. Resistors, Diodes, and
Bell Relay Control.
cc. General. Resistors and diodes applicable to
DS and GS maintenance and t he bell relay con-
trol are located on panels ( 16 and 17, fig. 4-8)
in the console structure. Replace the resistors,
diodes, and bell relay control as prescribed be-
low.
b. Removal.
(1) Remove attaching screws and washers,
and remove chalkboard (12, fig. 4-8).
(2) Tag and remove electrical connections.
(8) Remove attaching parts and remove
component.
c. Installation.
(1) Install component with attaching parts.
(2) Install electrical connections.
(3} Install chalkboard with attaching
screws and washers.
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5-23. Recorder's Control Box.
Remove and install components of recorder's
control box (6, fig. 1-3) as shown in figure 4-21.
5-24. KICillon.
Remove and install components of klaxon ( 16,
fi g. 1-3) as shown in figure 4-22. When replac-
ing screw (31, fig. 4-22), apply sealing com-
pound 8030-052-1958 to threads of screw, and
insert screw until end of screw contacts un-
t hreaded portion of thumbscrew (32, fig. 4-22).
Do not t ighten screw. Refer to paragra)>h 5-8
for cable repair procedure. Refer to table 5-1
for pin continuity of cable.
5-25. KICillon Cable Reel and T-Head Bolt.
Remove and install components of klaxon cable
reel (20, fig. 1-3) and T-head bolt as shown
in figure 4-23. Refer to TM 9-1400-377-34 for I
instruct ions for installing blind nut assembly
(9, fig. 4-23).
5-26. Emergency Lantem and Storage Fixture.
Remove and install components of emergency
lantern and storage fixture ( 17, fig. 1-3) as
shown in figure 4-25. Fabricate blocks (9, 21
and 23, fig. 4-25) ahd plywood panel ( 25, f ig.
4-25) from st<>ck. Use adhesive 8040-290-4301
to bond blocks to plywood panel.
5-27. Map Display Board.
Refer to figure 426 for removal and in-
stallation of components on t he small map dis-
play board located on left wall, and to figure
427 for removal and installation of components
on large display board located on right wall.
The supports are bonded to the panels and can-
not be replaced separately. Use adhesive
8040-200-4390 to bond new supports to panel.
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Cover.
Remove and install components of the noise
suppression cover as shown in figure 4-28. Re-
pair of cover (14) is limited to straightening
and welding damaged areas on the cover.
529. Bifold Table.
Repair of bifold table (24, fig. 1-3) consists of
replacement of defective components. Remove
and install components as shown in figure 4-29.
I 530. File and Storage Cabinet.
Remove and install components of the file and
storage cabinets as shown in figures 4-31 and
4-31.1.
5-31. First Aid Kit and Mounting.
Remove and install the first aid kit and mount-
ing as shown in figure 4-32.
5-32. Boarding Ladder.
Refer to TM 9-1450-380-14 for repair o! board-
ing ladder.
1533. Security Safes.
Remove and install components of the security
safes as shown in figures 4-31, 4-31.1, and
4-31.2. Replace rubber pads as prescribed be-
low.
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pad and scrape off old adhesive.
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open flame or sparks. Use only in
a well-ventilated area. Avoid allow-
ing solvent to contact the eyes or
skin. Wash the eyes or skin with wa-
ter when contact occurs.
b. Using cleaning solvent 6810-281-2785,
thoroughly clean area to which rubber pad is
to be bonded.
c. Using old pad as a template, fabricate
new rubber pads from bulk rubber 9320-
818-2723.
cl. Install new rubber pad, usmg adhesive
8040-290-4301.
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I WARNING J
Methyl ethyl ketone 6810-281-2785 can
cause damage to the internal body tis-
sue and organs through skin absorp-
t ion and inhalation if toxic limits are
exceeded. Wear the following equip.
ment when handling the solvent: rub-
ber gloves, rubber or plastic apron,
acid-type goggles, and respirator.
A void sparks or flames.
Inspect structural parts for cracks or distor-
tion. Repair or replace defective parts. Replace
bolts, nuts, screws, washers, and other common
parts that are damaged in any way. Repair of
the panels, sheets, channels, braces, chalk-
boards, plates, and supports is limited to
s traightening and removal of dents and
scratches. Repair of tube assembly (30) and
chute assembly (62) consists of straightening
and rewelding damaged components. Make new
cushion for support (94) from sheeting 9820-
729-7066. Scrape old adhesive from mounting
surface, and clean surface with methyl ethyl
ketone 6810-281-2785. Allow surface to air dry
and install new cushion with adhesive 8040-
290-4301.
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1 - S.:row (1 n J
2 - WWihcr I 10)
:! - J'anel
4 -Screw (18)
5-Washer (18)
6-l'anel
7 - BrMce
8-Screw (20)
9-Washer (20)
10- Magnetic chalkboard
II-Screw (58)
12- Waaher (58)
l:i- Panel
14-Screw (24)
IS- Washer (24)
16- Panel
17- Locknut r:ll
18 -Waaher (3)
19-Screw (l!)
20- Waaher (3)
21- Screw (21)
22- Waaher (21)
23 - Panel
24-Brace
26-Brace
26- s. .... w (10)
27- Waaher (10)
28-Pane1
29- Wire rope a-.nbly
30- Tube aaaembly
31-Panel
32-Panel
33-Panel
34- Panel
36- L<ocknut 12J
36- Waaher (2)
37- Bolt (2)
38 - Washer (2)
39 - l..cJeknut 121
40 - Waaher (2)
41 - Bolt (2)
42 - Washer (2)
43 - Channel
44- Bolt (2)
45 - Waaher (2)
46 - l..cJeknut 121
47 - Waaber (2)
48- Bolt (2)
49- Waaber (2)
50-Channel
51- Anchor nut ( 4)
52-Channel
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64- Wuher (20)
66 - Chalkboard
66 - Nut (24)
67- Waaher (24)
68 - Screw (24)
69- Spacer (12)
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60 - Channel (16)
61 - Panel
62- Chute anombly
63- Screw (36)
64- Waaher (36)
66 - Panel (8)
86-Nut (8)
67-Waaher (8)
68-Bolt (8)
89-Waaher (8)
70-Bolt (8)
71- Waaher (8)
72 - Channel ( 4)
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78-Braee
77 -Panel
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80- Washer (2)
81- Bolt (2)
82- Washer (2)
83- Tee section
84 -Channel
85 -Anchor nut (4)
86- Bolt (2)
87 -Washer
88 - l.o<knut 12)
89 - Waher (2)
90- Washer (2)
91- Bolt (2)
92-Channel
93- Angle ( 10)
94- Support (2)
95 - Support
96- Angle
97 - Angle (4)
98- Angle (2)
99- Angle (2)
100- Angle
101- Angle
102- Angle (2)
103- Angle
104- Panel
105- Angle (4)
106- Plate
107 - Plate
108 - Channel
109 - Tee section
110 - Plate
111 - Angle
112-- Angle
113-Angle
114- Angle
115- Angle (2)
116- Angle
117- Angle ( 2)
118- Angle (3)
119 -Channel
120 - Tee s:tion
121 -Channel
122- Angle (6)
123- Angle (12)
124- Support (6)
125- Channel
126- Angle (2)
127 - Channel
128- Angle (2)
129- Panel
130 - Panel
131 - Channel
132- Angle (2)
133 - Channel
134 - Channel
136- Tee aectlon
136- Tee aection
137- Angle (2)
138 - Plate (2)
139-Angle
140- Angle (2)
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Section IV. TROUBLESHOOTING
S-35. General.
This section provides instructions and infor-
mation for troubleshooting the BCC. Refer to
TM 9-1425-380-L for references to manuals con-
taining troubleshooting procedures for equip
ment not included in this section.
5-36. Troubleshooting.
a. Troubleshooting is performed on the BCC,
using cabling and schematic diagrams and con-
ventional troubleshooting techniques. Refer to
paragraph 4-13 for information on the internal
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cables and wiring. Differences in wiring of BCC
serial number 00003 are provided in wiring
diagrams furnished with that BCC. Refer to fig
ure 5-6 for schematic diagrams. Refer to the
appropriate paragraphs in this chapter for re-
moval and installation of
b. The shield ground integrity of the weapon.
system is periodically tested, using cable shield
resistance test set 11039161. The system inter-
connecting cables are tested (TM 9-1430-380-14)
to insure shield ground integrity before they
are connected to the major item of equipment.
When a malfunction is encountered, with the
major item connected to the test set, a shield
failure in the major item is indicated. Table
5-1 contains procedures for determining the
locat_ion of shield ground integrity malfunc-
tions encountered within the BCC and the cor-
rective actions required. The test numbers
listed in the "Test No. column correspond to
the test numbers shown on the instruction
plate inside the cover of the test set. The
"Probable cause of malfunction" column lists
the reference designations of the signal en-
trance panel connectors to which the test set
is connected for that particular test. Step-by-
step procedures for isolating and correcting the
malfunction are listed in the "Corrective ac-
tion" column. Refer to TM 9-1430-380-14 for
detailed operation of the test set.
Tab!<' 5-1. Shield Ground Troubkhuoting Procedure
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99 GRD or 99JS a. Check keyways and tnner turfact of shell of connector 99JS for oorroeion,
cracks, dirt, and other foreign matter. J( dirt or corrosion ia Cound, perform
(I) through (3) below. If connector shell ia cracked or broken, replace con-
nector (par.
(1) RemO\' t conneetor retaining nut and index sleeve.
(2) Clean keyways and inner surfac.e of conntor shell. using a Unt .. free
cloth.
(3) Install index slee\!e and retaining nut.
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99 GRD or 99.19
99 GRD or 99.11
b. Repeat reat. U malfunction atill exiats, proce<!d to c below.
c. Using torque acrewdrl\er 5120..0212041 set to 80 tighten con
nector mounting screws.
d. If screw do not require tighlenlng, proce<!d to e below. If """'"'' required
tighrening, repeat rest. If malfunction still existe, proceed to below.
e. Remove connector from panel (fig. 418). Inspect mating surface of connector
and panel Cor evidence of eorrosion or damage to conductive finish. Discard
gasket.
f Refinish contact area of panel in the same manner as that p.reecribed in
paragraph if required.
g. Jnatall connector, uaing new connector gasket (lig. 4-18). Tighten acrewa u
pre.acribed in c above.
h. Repeat teat. If malfunction atill exista, perform i through I below.
i. Ualng torque wrench handle 5120-020-5637 oet to 121; inch-J>Ounda, t ighton
nut on connector 99 GRD. If nut dOH not require tightening. proceed to
j below. If nut required tighrening, repeat test. II malfunction IIIII exlats,
proceed toj below.
j. Remove ground connector 99 GRD from signal entrance pane). Uting sand
paper or emery cloth. clean both sidet of entrance panel to bare
metal here connector makes contact. Al&O elean contact areu of connettor
and washer.
k. lnataU connector and tighten nut as prescribed in r abo\e.
I. Repeat teat. If malfunction still existe, refer to nexl h'gher cate-gory of main-
tenance.
Same aa teat No. 24.
Note
When performing reat No. 26, connect eable 60WI01 from test
aet to connector 99 GRD that wu not used when performing
the teste above.
Same as test No. 24.
a. Check inner t urface of shell of connector 99JJ for corrosion. cracks. dirt.
and other foreign matter. If dirt or corrosion is found. clean inner surface
of connector shell, using a lint-free cloth. If ahell ia cracked or broken,
replaco connector (fig. 418).
b. Repeat test. If malfunction st ill exists, proceed to c beJo,..
c. Using torque screwdriver 5120-021-2041 aot to 10 inchJ>Ounda, tighten con
nector mounting screws.
d. If acrewa do not require tightening, proce<!d to t below. If screws required
tightening, repeat test. If malfunction atill exists, proceed to e below.
e. connector from signal entrance panel. Inspect mating surface$ of
connector and panel ror corroeion or damage to finish. Ditcard gasket.
f. Refinish contact area of panel in the same manner as that prescribed in
paragraph Replace damaged connector 418).
g. Uaing new gasket, install connector (fig. 4-18) and tighten screw as pre
ACribed in c above.
h. Reptat test. ll malfunction still exiata, refer to next higher categor)' of main
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99 GRD or 99.13
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i. Usin& torque wrench handle 6120-0210..5637 .. t to 125 inch-pounds, tighten
nut on connector 99 GRD. lf nut d ... not require tightening, proceed to
; below. U nut required tightening, repeat test. If malfunction stiU exist$,
proceed to j below.
j. Remove ground connector 99 GRD from tignal entrance panel. Using sand
paper or emery cloth, dean both aides of signal panel to bare metal where
connector makts contact. Also clean contact areas of connector and washer.
k. lnstall connector and tighten nut aa preecribed in i above.
L Repeat test. lf malfunction still exiBt, refer to next higher category of main
tenance.
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APPENDIX A
EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST
0 - Organizational maintenance
!<' - Direct support maintenance
This appendix lists expendable supplies and rna
terials you will need to perform procedures in this
manual. These items are authorized to you by CT A
50-970, Expendable Items (except Medical, Class
V, Repair Parts, and Heraldic Items).
c. Column 3 - Nationa! Stock Number. This
is the National stock number to the item;
use it to request or requisition a new item.
A-2. Explonotion of Columns (Table A I).
a. Column 1 - Item number. This number is
assigned to the entry in the listing and is ref
erenced in the procedures to identify the material
(Example: A procedure may say "Use cleaning sol
vent, item 10, table A-1").
d. Col1urm 4 - Descriptim1. Indicates the Fed-
eral item name and, if required, a description to
ident ify the item.
b. Column 2 - Level. This column identifies
the lowest level of maintenance that requires the
listed item:
e. Colunm 5 - Unit of Measure (U/M). Is ex-
pressed by a two-character alphabetical abbrevia-
tion (e.g., ea. in, pr). If the unit of measure differs
from the unit of issue, order the lowest unit of
issue that will do the job for you.
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Item stock
n.umber Level number Description U/M
I 0 eo.ao-oo. 200-4390 Adhe8ive. epoxy MIL-A-3623, TY2 KT
2 0 llO-I0-()().270.8131 Adhesive, epoxy Mll,A81236. TYI KT
3 0 8040.00w0S95417 Adhesive. epoxy MPDIISlll. TY I KT
4 0 8040..()().290-4301 Adheivo. rubber MMM-A-1617, TY2 CN
& F 53&0..()().286-4851 Aluminum wool Mll,A-4864, TY2 RO
6 0 803Q-()().20HJ996 Antiseiu compound TTA580 CN
1 F
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Chemical tilm (ChemRite A22l Mll...C-5541 KT
8 0 8030-()().811-3723 Chemical film (iridite) MILC.5.'i41 BT
9 0 685().()().597 9765 Cleaning compound DCI889 CN
10 0 80 I 0.()().111 7937 Enamel, forest green MILE-52798 CN
11 0 5640.()().267 8891 Insulation, batting MIL B5924, TYI, 1/2 inch thick RO
12 0 80 I 0..00 166-3164 Lacquer, clear TT-1-32 BT
13 0 681 0.00.281 278(\ Met hyl ethyl ketone TTM261 CN
14 0 9150-00-2316689 Oil, lubricatinJJ, gen ral purpo$0 VV-L-800 CN
15 0 80 I().()(). 297 0593 Primer. 2.inc chromate IT-PJ757. comp L, color Y CN
16 0 79'.!o-()().205-3o70 Rag, wiping DDDR30, CL2. GRA BG
17 F 9:J20.00.141 7167 Rubber oheet, MIL-R-6130, GRC, 0.12.'1 in. SH
18 F 9320..()().241-9750 Rubber sheet, MIL-R-6855, CLI, GR40, 0.250 in. SH
19 F 932Q-()(). 729 7066 Rubber sheet, MIL-R.-6130. TY2 GRB. 0.1 25 in. SH
20 F 9320..()(). 782 1627 Rubber sheet. MIL-R.u$55. Cl..2, TYA, GR60, 0.125 in. SH
21 F 9:!20-00-818-2723 Rubber sheet, MII.-R-6130, TY2. GRA. 0.187 in. SH
22 F 9320..()().641 70@5 Rubber sheet, llflL R6130, TY2, GRA. 0.312 in. SH
23 F 9320..()().9359154 Rubber heet, MIL-R-61:10, TY2, GRA. 0.187 in. RO
24 F 7930..()().205-6442 Stouring PS311. TY2 CN
25 0 8030..()(). 27 5-811 0 Sealing compound M IL-S-11031 KT
26 0 8031).()().83.1-9116 Staling compound GRHV BT
27 F 5970-00w0 18-1744 Sleeing, insulation, MPD11862, CLI. white. size 3/4 RO
28 F 5970.00-0187746 Sleeing, inulation, MP011862. Cl..l, white. site 3/8 RO
29 F 683().()().584-2957 Solvent, cleaning TY113 OR
30 0 6810.00-664-0387 Trichloroethane, teehnical Q. T -620 CN
31 F &970..()().162-752.1 Varnish, )nsulating 9050953, purple GL
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BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST AID
ITEMS TROOP liST ALL ED OR AUTHOIIJ.ED LIST
SECTION I. INTRODUCTION
1. Scope.
This appendix lists baste Issue Items and Items troop Installed or author-
ized required by the crewjoperator for operation of Battery Control
Central AN/MSW-8.
2. General.
This Basic Issue Items List and Items Troop Installed or Authorized List
is divided into the following sections:
a. Baste Issue Items Ltst - Secttonll. A list, In alphabetical sequence,
of Items, which are furnished with, and which must be turned In with,
the end item.
b. Items Troop Installed or Authorized Ltst - Secttonlll. Not appli-
cable.
c. Illustrations -Section IV. Not applicable.
a. Indexes - Section V. Not applicable.
3. Expl8nation of Columns.
The following provides an explanation of columns 1n the tabular list of
Baste Issue Items, Section II.
a. Recoverabtltty Coae. Recoverablllty codes are assigned to support
Items to Indicate the disposition action on unserviceable Items.
z Nonrepanble Item. Wilen w .. mee.ble, eoncltmn
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b. Federal stock Number. This number Indicates the Federal stock
number assigned to the Item and w1ll be used for requisitioning purposes.
c. Description. This column Indicates the Federal Item name and any
additional description of the item required. A part number or other ref-
erence number is followed by the applicable five-digit Federal supply
code for manufacturers in parentheses.
a. Unit of Measure (U/M). A 2-character alphabetic abbreViation In-
dicating the amount or quantity of the Item upon which the allowances
are based, e.g., ft, ea, pr, etc.
e. Quantity /ncorjlorated in Unit. This column Indicates the quantity
of the item used In the Battery Control Central.
f. Quantity Furnished wtth EquiPment. This column Indicates the quan-
tity of the item furnished wt th the equipment.
g. Quantity Authorized (Items TYOOP Installed or Authorized only). In-
dicates the quantity of the item authorized to be used with the equipment.
h. Illustration. This column is divided as follows:
(1) Figure Number. Indicates the figure number of the !llustratton
in which the item is shown.
(2) Item Number. Indicates the callout number used to reference the
Item in the illustration.
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APPENDIXC
MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHARTS
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C-1. General.
This appendix contains the maintenance allocation
charts (MAC's) for equipment covered in this man-
ual. The MAC's assign maintenance functions and
repair operations to be performed by the lowest
appropriate maintenance categories.
C-2. Remark, Explanation, and
Definition.
a, Muintellallce Flmctimz.!. Maintenance func-
tions will be limited to and defined as follows:
(1) To determine the serviceability
of an item by comparing its physical, mechanicai.
and/or electrical characteristics with established
standards through examination.
(2) Test. To verify serviceability and detect
incipient failure by measuring t he mechanical or
electrical characteristics of an item and comparing
those characteristics with prescribed standards.
(3) Service. Operations required periodically
to keep an item in proper operating condit ion; i.e.,
to clean (decontaminate), to preserve, to drain, to
pai_nt. or to replenish fuel, lubricants. hydraulic
Outds. or compressed air supplies.
(4) Adj-ust. To maintain, within prescribed
limits, by bringing into proper or exact position,
or by setting the operating characteristics to spec-
ified parameters.
15) .4/iqll. To adjust specified variable ele-
ments of an item to bring about optimum or de-
sired performance.
(61 Calibrate. To determine and cause cor
rections to be made or to be adjusted on instru-
ments or test measuring and diagnostic equip-
menta used in precision measurement. Consists of
comparisons of two instruments, one of which is
a certifil'<l standard of known accuracy, to detect
and adjust any discrepancy in the accuracy of
the instrument being compared.
(71 The act of emplacing, seating. or
!ixi ng into pusition an item, part. or module (com
ponent or assembly l in a manner to allow the
proper functioning of an equipment or system.
(8) Replace. The act of substituting a serv
iceable like type part, subassembly, or module
(component or assembly) for an unserviceable
counterpart.
(9) Repair. The application of maintenance
services or other maintenance actions to restore
serviceability to an item by correcting specific
damage, fault , malfunction, or failure in a part,
module (component or assembly),
end ttem, or system.
(10) OverlutuL That maintenance effort (serv
ice/action) necessary to restore an item to a com
pletely serviceable/operational condition as pre-
by maintenance standards (i.e., DMWR)
tn appropriate technical publications. Overhaul is
normally the highest degree of maintenance per
for med by the Army. Overhaul does not normally
return an item to like new condition.
(11) Consists of those s erv-
ices/ actions necessary for the restoration of un
serviceable equipment to a like new condition in
accordance with original manufacturing stand
ards. Rebuild is the highest degree of materiel
mai ntenance applied to Army equipment. The re-
build operat ion includes the act of returning to
zero those age measurements (hours/miles, etc.)
consi dered in classify in g Army equip-
ments/ components.
b. C<lumn Entrie.9. Columns used in the main-
t enance allocation chart are defined below.
(1) Co/u.mrl 1, Group Number. Column 1 lists
group numbers, the purpose of which is to identify
components, assemblies, subassemblies. and mod
ules with the next higher assembly.
(2) ll, Comprment/ Assentbly. Column
2 contains the noun names of components. assem-
blies, subassemblies, and modules for which main-
tenance is authorized.
(3) Collmw 3. Ma.irttemmce F'!mctimts. Col-
umn 3 lists the functions to be performed on the
item listed in 2.
(4) Column 4. Category. Col-
umn i specifies, by the listing of a uwork time''
figure in the appropriate subcolumn(s) . the lowest
level of maintenance aut horized to perform the
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the active time required to perform that main-
tenance function at the indicated category of
maintenance. If the number or complexity of the
tasks within the listed maintenance function vary
at different maintenance categories, appropriate
"work time" figures will be shown for each cat-
egory. The number of man-hours specified by the
"work t ime" figure represents the average time
required to restore an item {assembly, subassem
bly, component, module, end item, or system) to
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INSPECT All EXTERNAl SHEl TER AREAS RIVETS OA SEAKS ARE lOCATED FOR EVIDENCE OF
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H TORQUE SPliCE COADUCTOR RETAINING NUT TO 100 IN/LBS.
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INDEX
BATTERY CONTROL CENTRAL AN/MSW-8
tCHAPTERS 1 THROUGH Sl
I Abbre\' iations ......... ..................................... .
AC power distribution ...... .......
Air conditioner:
Operational t.Ht . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. .
to maintenance manuaJ
(table 1-1) . ... .. . ...... ... . .
Air filter, blower unit .. ... . .. . ...
Alert warning ayatem :
Dellcri ption . . . . . . . . .... . . ... . . .
Operational ttst ............... ............... .. ..
of ................... ... .
Alert warning system , .. . . . . ,
AM receiver AN/ GRR-5:
2 2b
1-1
4-37
1-1011
3-11{1
2-5
4-36
Description and purpose . . . . ... . 1-10/(2)
Reference to maintenance manual
(table 1-1) .. ... .. . . . .... . . . . .
Removal and ir1stallation . . . . . . . .
am and fm receiver:
General ............. ........... ...................
Installation in antenna atoraae box . ....
Antenna AS-1729/VRC (See FM an
tenna AS-1729/VRC and mounting.)
Antenna AT912/VRC (Set FM an
tenna AT-912/VRC and mounting. )
Antenna RC-292:
Purpose . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . .
Reference to maintenance manual
(t.,ble I I) . .. . ... . ...... .
Antenna s toragt box:
Cort('('ti\' t> mai ntt>nante . ..... .. ....... ..... ..
ln$tall.ation of in
box .................... .............................. ..
paints (or BCC liable
4- 1 ) ... ... ... .... ....... ........ .... ......................... .. .
AtJxiliary pct'ol.'t r
Correcti ve maintena_nce ros and
GS1 ............................. ............ ........ .... .
Correcthe maintenance (Of)( I ......... .... .
Ax. pick ht""ad. correcti\' e maintenance . .. ..
BCC:
ln&ide physic-at desc-ript-ion ................ .
Jnat.allat ion .... .... ... .... .... ........ ....... .... .. ..
Interior lighting operational
test . ...... .............................. ............. ..
Outside physical description .. .... ...... ..
Removal from vthicle ...................... .. .
Transportation data . .... ... ...... .... .... .... ..
Under!rame a nd and
rt>lrattin.c .................... . ..
Utility operational test.. ... .... ..
BCC/ PTS intercommunicatiOn!;
spet..ific itPm. i
Bell rela)' control ...... .... ...................... .... ... .
1-1
4-18
1-8
3-26
1-8
1-1
4-43
3t6
-17
5-9.1
4 13.1
451
1-10
3-31
3- 19
1-8
3-30
I J 2b
19
3-20
5-22
1-t
2-1
3-t a
1-1
4-65
1-8
3-12
2-5
4-&5
1-7
1-1
4 43
1-2.1
315
1-2.1
1 1
4-59
3 15
42
5-2.2
4 17
471
14
318
3- 13
12.1
16
1-10
I .;J
3-t :l
5-6.1
Bifold tahlt:
Corrtc-t ive 1 OS and
GS) ... ....................................
Corrt'cthe maintenancto ............. .
Purpose ............................................. .
Unfolding and fold in;( . .......... ........... ...
Blo"er on it ..................... .... , ..................... ..
Boarding ladder:
Corrtin: mainttnance rDS and
GSJ ......................................... ........ .
ma intt:" na nl"t> .......... ..
Braeket te ler, hone
TA-aJ 2/ PT ......... .......... ...........................
Bra'"ket. PAL unit SUIJI)Ort ....................... .
Ca binet. ril(' f" ile cabinet . I
Cabintt. (' al)inct.t
Cahle. <'lettricai iS' f Elec triea l
Cable rtt' l and T-ht!.ad bolt. kla xon
.s ...... Klaxon <' abh. reel a nd T ht'ad
bolt . o
Cable s hif' ld rt'$iS-tan('e tt>st s et .............. ..
................................... ............... .
Common t(Jols and equipment ................ ..
Com m un i<-ations (l'tl u ipment iSn
,( f ' trl, l
Conncewr. auxiliary fHJWt'r'
Gorre.. tive m;.i nt t>nan<:e (()Sand
GS I . ..... . . ...... ....................... .......
Ct)rrt'Ctivt> tO rut ........... ..
Consolt:
D<sc- ription .. .............. ....... ....... .... ....... .
Panels remo\' al .anl
t1on ........................ , .................. ..... .
Purpose . ... . . ... .. .. . .. .... . .. .
Structural support correcti\'e main-
tenance .... ...... . . .. . . .. . . . .
Console structural support ... .. . .
Control box, recorderJs (See Re-corder's
control box.)
Controls a nd indieatora . .. . .. ... ... .
Controls and indicators for circuit
breaker switch box, panel, and
alert warning ayotem (table 31) . . .
and indicators for se-Jec:t
panel Ctable 3-2) ....... . ...... .. .. . . . . .. .
Controls and indicators for recorder -'&
box and status display panel
(table 33) .. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . .
Corrective maintenance eptci/ic
i t em.)
Corrosion cont rol . . . . .. . . . ... . . . . . .. .
DC d. ' b
power J&trl ut&On . .
5-:,!9
HS
I Hk
3-8
4 37
52
:,. 9. 1

1-1011
415
1-106

s-a4
3-5
1-7
3S
455
S-7
4-66
5-l
4-1
5-1
52.t
4 17
I 7
:J- 1
3 1
31
4-2 1
2- l
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DC power supplies:
Adju_atment . . . ... ... .... ..
Operational test ... . ... .... ... . .
Purpose . . . , , ... ...... , ..
Removal and iMtallatlon ....... .
Thermal radiators . . .. ..... , .... .
Differences among modelo .......... .
Diode CR7 .. . . ... . .. ..... .... .
Diodes:
Corrective maintenance (DS and
GS) . ...... .,.
Corrective maintenance (OI"J) ... .
Duties or the using organi .. tlon .... . .
Electr ical cables:
Electrical cables u .. d e><U!rnally
correcti\' e maintenance ( OS and
GS) .. . . . .... ...... .
Electrical eableo uoed externally
eorrecthe maintenance (Org) ..
Jnst.allation .... .. . .....
Internal electrical cables corrective
mai ntenance (DS and CS) . . ..
Internal electrical cables tonedive
maintenance (0'"1) ... . ... .
Keying .............. . ... . . ... . .
Pin continuity (table 4-7.1) ................ .
Electrical eablea pin continuity (table
4-7.1) . ........ . ................. .
Electrical cables uaed externally (table
... 7 ) ..... . . . . .. .. . . . ... . . . .....
t::lectrical conno<tor key inc:
Correc:tive maintenance tOr1l ............ .
Corrective mainte...,.., (DS arcl GS) .. .
Jo:lectrical
- . t '
"""- cr1 p ton . . ...... .. ... ..
Distribution .. ......... , . , . , ..
Emergency operation (St.t
gency power .).
Opt:rational test ...... , ... , ...
Electrical wiring:
Corrective CDS and
GS) .. . . . . .............. . .
Correcthe maintenance (OI"J) ...
Wiring data (table 49) . . .. ...
Emergency lantern:
Corrective maintenanee CDS and
cs) .. ........ . ... .. ....... .
Corrective maintennce (Org) .. .
lantern storage fixture (Stc
Stornge fixtuN!, emergency lantern.)
Emtlrg('OC)' power, electrical :
Description ......... .....
Distribution . .. ... . ............ .
Operational test .... . . ......... ..
Emplattmrnt:
BCC ........................ ...... .................. ..
Ct' neral ............. - ..................... ........ ..
lnttrconne-c:tion.s .......... ........... ........... .
Expandin., asStmhliPl'l, BCC ........ ... ......... .
I and t onsu mahll'
nut, 1n tcnanl't.' rtems ......................... _ ....... ... .
lnde>e 2
5-10e
3-11
111
5-10
5-JOc
15
430
S-22
4-30
3-2
S-8
4-12
3-7b
4-13
4-14
4-12
4-12
4-12
4-14
5-7.1
J.J I
2 2
3 I I
S-9
413
4 13b
5-26
442
1-11
2.2c(2)
3- 12
J..in
3-6
3-7b
1.0
1-3.1
6-4
3-12
1-8
52.2
53
12
452
5-6.1
4-S2
3-1
;,.;!, 1
4-9
3-6
5-2.2
4-11
4-38
4-9
f.9
4-9
18
21
52.2
4-11
417
5-6.1
4-57
1-8
21
3-12
3-6
3-6
36

1 2
F'an, cooling cs .. Blower unit. )
Field alort status
Field alert statu 1erviees (table
4-4) ... .. . . .............
l'u rpollle ... . . .... ......... ,
Field wirinJt installation ........ . .
File cabinet and storagt' rabi nt.t:
Corrective maintenance (DS and
GS) ..... . . . . .. .... ...
Corrective maintenance ( 01"J)
Filter, blower unit ................ ..
Fint aid kit and mountinJJ :
Corrective maintenance (OS and
4-10e
4- 10
:!-1b
5-30
4-50
4-37
GS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-31
Corrcdive maintenance (Org) . . . 4-51
F'M antenna AS-1729/VRC and mount-
Ing:
Corre-ctive maintenance (DS and
GS) .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 5-14
Corrective maintenance (01"J) 421
Reference to maintenance manual
(table 1-1) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11
FM antenna AT-912/VRC and mount-
Ing :
Corrective maintenance (OS and
GS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-14
Corrective maintenance (Org) . . . . 421
Reference to maintenonce manual
(table t -1 J .. .. .. 1-1
receiver R-442/VRC :
Description ........ ..... ....... 110{(1)
Referenee to maintenance manual
(table 11) .. . .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . 11
and installation . . . . . . . . 4- 17
F'M tr&nKeivor AN/VRC-46:
Ducription .................... l -10/ ( 1)
l(eJerence to maintenance manual
(table 1-1) .................. .
Removal and inatallatlon , , .... ,
f'"M lraru;ceiver BUJ)preuion wver
(See Noise suppression cover, fm

1-1
4-16
records, and reporta . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Cuoline hater (S<e Heater, guoline.)
G,neral aenicee .... , ..... , . . . . . . 34 3
Generator, 15kw:
Connection of 3-foot J)Ower adapter
cable . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 7b
Reference to mainttnanet: manual
(table 1-1) . . . . . .. . . .. . . .. .. .. 1-1
Handset H-138/U:
Purpose . . . .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . . .. . 110.1{1)
Referen-ce- to maintenan: manual
(table 11) .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. . .. . 11
Headset H-161()/U:
Purpo .. .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. 110Jl6)
R,tference to ma[ntenanet manual
(table 11) .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 1-1
Cl
4-3
4-3
3-6
5-7
4-%
4-55
55
4 45
1-1
S-5
4-45
1-1
1-7
1-1
4-43
1-7
1-1
4-41
12
31
3-6
11
1-8
1- 1
1-8
11
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RtAttr, gaooline:
0J)frational test . ... . . . .... . . .. . .
Reference to manual
ltnblt 1-1) .... .. . ... . .... . . ..
H ' fi ' I
oustn)f. n.mote aranjl )IJ.'< . ........ .... .... .... .. .
ldentl!lcation platt, BCC , , , . , .. . , ..
lnopeetion:
Command maintenance .n1anage.-.
ment Inspection ....... . . . ... .
Direct nnd ceneral aupport main
inpection. . .... . . ..
t:loc:tri<:al con- keyiftll ....... ....... ..
Pn!etnbarkatiun inspection . .. . ..
Pu rpou . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . ... .
lnRtrurtion Jlatt ........ .... ........ .................. .. .
Intercom aeleet panel:
Correcthe maintenance (PS and
GS > . .. .... .... ... .
Corroctive (Orr) .. .
l ntel't'<>mmunicationa, PTS/ BCC:
nft,( ri pti 0 n . 0
rrinciptn or operation . . . . .... . .
l ntunal cables wirinr route code
Ctahle 4-8) .... . ........... .
ln\'tntory .. ..... ... ........... .... ............... .
Kt yinJ,C, t'lt'ttrical connl'(' hr ............. ....... .
Klaxon:
Correcth.. maintenance CDS Md
GS) . ..... .... .. ........ . ... .
C<>rrocthe maintenance (Org) .. .
Purpoee . ... . ..... ... . . ... .... .
Klt..on oab1ea ..,..1 and T-hud bolt :
Corrective mainttnance (DS and
3-18
J.J

4-28
5-5

5.,;
5-!l
. ..
5-17
4-24
110jl6)
:!4
4-t j
16.1

5-24
4-39
1-1011
CS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-25
Corrective maintenance (Or g) . . . 4-40
Klaxon storare fixture (8rt Storare fixture.
kiiJ<on.)
Klaxon t>'ipod storare bracket ...... ............ 4-64
Ladder. twolve-foot:
Correct.i\'e rnointenance ... , .. . . . .
Ktmo,at and installation .. .. . ..
fittings ............... ..
Lanter n. emergency ( S Emerrency
lant<rn.)
kgtnds, atotua displa)' pantl and rt
corder's eontrol boxe1 .. . . . .. .. , .
Loudspuker LS-454/U:
4-53
3-9
4-<>a
4-IOc
Purpose .... .... ............... 1-10{(1)
Reference to maintenance manual
(table 1-1) . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . 1-1
Lubr ication . , . . . , .. . . ... . . . , . . . . 4-G
Maintenance allocation . , . .. , . , . , . . 13
Map display boards:
Correc:he maintenance (DS and
CS> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2t
Correcthe maintenance COra) . . . 4-45
Description . . . . . . . , . .... , . . . . . 1-lOr
Rtmo\'al and insta11ation .. .. , . . . . 39
3-13
1-1
I 71
4-r.o
1'>-1
5-1

1-8
4 11
...... J
-155
18

4-57
1-GG
3-8
4-GG
1-i
1-1
4-2
1 1
5--6.1
4-ro
1 7
3-8
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)lop diSJJlny boards storage Clttinp :
mt'Lintenanre . . . ... .. . .
Remon1l nnrt instnllation .. . ...
t SP< display boArds.)
rlt nlion plate mounting panel, BCC
panel. RCC modifieatlon
Nvise suppression <!O\'er, fm tranaceiver :
Corf't'Cti\e (DS and
GS) ... . .. . ..... . . . . . . .
Corrocti"e maintenonee (Orr) ...
Operation under unusual conditione:
Commu nication equipment . ..
. . . . ..............
Oflt' r:ation usual condition :
llcC'ner, ... .-&zins:r the equipment . ,
Energiing the equipment .. ..... .
01Jt'rll.lion:tl tl-st:
Ai r tunditior.tr .. .............................. .. ..
Ol'{' Jil(htinx ........................ ..
BCT/ PTS .. ..... ..
BCC utility outlctL ..................... ..... ..
Ek-ctriniiJO"-'f'r ............................... . ..
f. nt t'T}Ct-ncy P'U'"t'r .............................. .
Gt."nrral ................................. .............. ..
II eater" .......................................... .... ..
dil'lpla) panel .......................... .
panel and a .. ociatcd
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p . .
iUrltl11g' , , , , , . , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
l'aints uuthoriztd for RCC (table 4 11
PAt. un il ltUJIIJOTl Or-.tr krt ....................... ..
Pant I t,f!\., , . &Pf. " i f;,. i t n11 1
ratt'hin.c
Corre-ttht maint(lnanc:e 1 OS and
GSt ....................................... .............. .
Curn-rti\'t ............ ..
0C:!4('riJ>tiof1 .......................................... ..
Princ iJJICI'l or Opt'ration .... ..................... .
Phrsktl dc!icriJ)tiun, in,. ide 8CC ............. ..
Phr.,. kal drS('riJHion. outside df BCC ...... ..
Pirk he ad a:c .............................................. .
Platt, instruC'tion ....................................... .
ada.ptt'r ........... ................................ .
PoY.'t'r c:unnft'tor:
r orrfftht mainten.am:e 1DS and
CS1 ................................................... ..
C:nrrecti\'l' maintenante r01'J{I ......... .... .
Power , cloctrical (See Electrieal power.)
Power panel:
Corrective maintenance (OS and
GS) .......
Corrective maintenance (Org) . ..
supply (Sec DC power oupplieo.)
{or tra,c.ol:
8 cc . """" ...... -"" "" .... """ ...... "" ...... "
and tt>lephone- inter
4
ronnettion! ... ................ .................. ..
Gcnl'r&l ........ .... ................ ................... .
445d
3-9
4-28
4-28
3-25
3-24
3-23
3-22
3-17
3-19
3-14
320
3-11
3-12
3-10
3- 18
3-13
3-16
4-7
4-7
4-59
5-21
4-29
I-IQ/17J
2-31>
1-10
I.S
4..57
4-56
420
5-9.1
4-13.1
516
4-23
3-28
3-27
3-26
HI
3.S
3-14
3-14
314
3 14
3-13
3-13
3-12
3-13
3-12
3-12
3-12
3-18
3-12
313
4-2
4 2
472
56.1
4SO
1-8
23
1 4
1-2.1 1
471
4-71
4-45
5-2.2
4-17
5-5
4-47
3-16
3-15
3-15
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42 through 4-G) . . . . . ......... . , . .
t'ri uri pies of opf.>rntion:
Alert wnrning sytem . . . . ......
l::ll'dricnl power distribution . . . , .
J nteJcommunieat ions, BCC/PTS ..
l ,ateh ing switchboard .... . . . . . . .
Status display pone! . .. .. . . .. . . . .
TRC80 pone! .... . . ... . . . . . .. ..
Radio et control C-2328tGRA-39:
Corrective maintenance (DS and
G S) . . . . .... .. . ... . . . .
Description . . .... ... . . . . . . .... .
Disabling the 3900-Hz nscillator . .
Power adapter ... . . . , . . ........ .
Reftrence to maintenance manual
(table 11) . .. .. .. . . . ... .. ... .
Removal and installation .. , . , .. .
Receiver (See AM receiver ANfGRR-5
or FM receiver R442{VRC.)
Recorder's control box:
Conective maintenance (DS and
GS) . .. ...... . . . .. . . . . ... . .
Corrective maintenance (Org) . . .
Legend for PHASE ""-itch .... . .
Purpose ......................
Reeords. foT'lTIR, and report& . ........
Refere11ce designations .............. .
Refer<nee to manuals for quipmnt
not included in this manual (table
. .. t ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Relay control, bell . . . . .... . ... ..
Relay Kl .. . . . ......... . ... . ...... .
Relay socket . . . . . . . .... . . . .... . . .. . .
Remote firing box housing . ..... . .. .
Remol<! speaker conoole:
o.:rq>uon ........... .............. ..... ...... . .
Emplaeement ...... .............. .... ....... ... .
Reterenoe to maintenance manual (table
1-1) .... .... ....... ......... ............. ........ .
Repair patta:
Corrective maintenance (DS and
GS) ..... .. ...............
Corrective maintt!n&nce (Org) . . ,
I
Report o( equipment improvement
recommendations lEiffs,) .... .... ................ . .
RepOrts, forms. and records .... . .... .
Resistor Rl ..... . . . . . . . . .. .. . ..
Hesistor&;
Corrective maintenance (DS and
GS) .... . .. .. . . ............
maintenance (Org) . . .
RPt racti n.L! a:osem bl i<"S RC'C ......................... ,
:-\N:uritr:
maintenance COS and
GS, ......................... ........................ ..... .
Correcthe maintenance ( Qrg) ............ ..
Index 4
4-10
2-5
22
2-4
z.3b
2-6
2-S.
5-11
I-IOJ16)
5-llb
4-20
1-1
4-19
5-23
4-38
410e
IIOJI6)
1-4
1-6
1-1
5-22
4-35
4-35
4-58
IIOJIS)
3-76
11
5-1
4-2
12
14
4-30
5-22
4-30
19
13
2-5
2-1
2-3
2-3
2-7
23
S-4
1-8
5-4
4-45
1-1
444
56.1
4-55
43
1-8
1-2
1-2
1-1
5-6.1
4-54
454
411
17
u
11
51
4-1
1 1
1-2
4-52

4-52
13
5-33 f>-7
450.1 4-66
ServiCf'.e upon receipt of materiel:
Duties of the using organization ..
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...
General . . .. ... . ..... . . .
Legends for status display panel
COUNTDOWN lndicaton and
recorders control boxes PHASE
switc:h ... . ..... . . , ..... ..
Sheller repair .......................... ................... . ..
Shiold ground integrity trouble
shooting procedures (table 51) .... .... ...... .
Signal entranct panel:
Correcti\'e maintenance fDS and
G S 1 .................... ...................
Cort'ffti\t maintenance C0rg) ........... .
Special purpose tools and
equipment ................................................ .
Statu display pant!:
Correeti"e maintenanee (DS a nd
G Sl ............ .......................... .... ........ ..
Corrective maintenance (Org) .. .
Description . . . . . ... . . . ...... .
Legend for COUNTDOWN indi
eaton .. . ... . ... ... . . . ...... .
Operational test ... . . . .... . . , ..
Principles of operation ...... .. . . .
Storage box, antenna . . . . . ... . . . . . .. .
Storare braclceto. klaxon tripod ..............
Storage cabinet rSef' File cabinets. )
Storage facilitieo:
Antenna storage box ........... .
Description . . . . . . . . .. . . . ... .
Storage fittings, map display boarda:
Corrective maintenance ... . . . . . .
Removal and installation ....... .
Storage fixture, emergency lanl<!m:
Corrective maintenane (DS and
GS) ... . . ... ..... . . . . ...... . .
Corrective maintenance (Org) . .
Storage f ixture, klaxon . ........... .
Support bracket. PAL unit ....................... .
Switch. alert warning systm . ... .. .
Swit<:hboard, patching (S,. Patching
owitehboard.)
Switchboard SB.22/PT, l<!lephone (S
Telephone ewitchboatd SB-22/PT.)
Table. bifold (See Bifold tabl.)
Tables:
Authorized paints for BCC (table
4-t) . . . ...... . . . .. ....
Controls and indicatots for circuit
brenker switch box, power panel.
and alert warning system (tabl
3-1} .. .. . ..... ........
Conln>la and indicatora for Intercom
Mlect panel (table 3-2) .............. ..... .
3-2
31
8-3
410c
4-60
5-19
426
S-2.1
5-20
4-27
1-IOg
4-IOe
3-18
2-6
443
+64
4-43
110d
4-45d
3-9
526
4-42
4-41
4-59
486
3-1
3-1
31

c-12 I
S.l2
S.1
s.u
""
1-8
4-59
1-7
4-61
341
5-6.1
4-57
4-57
4-72
4-55
3-2
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Controla ancl indicaton tor recorcl-
or'a control box and status diaplay
panel (table S-S) . .
Dally achedule of preventive-main-
tenance .ervicea (table 4-3) . .
Daily of prtrNIIti,.main-
ten&noo aervlcea during field
alert atatuo (table M) ... . ...
Electrical cableo pin continuity
(table c.-7 .1) ..... ........................... .
Electrica l cablea uaed externally
(table 4-7) ..... . .. . ......... .
Int emal cablea and wiring route
eode (table 4-8) .... . ... . ...
Monthly ochedule of preventi.,._
malntan&nee aervicea (table 4-li)
Reference to manual& tor equlp.
ment not Incl uded In thie manual
(ta.ble l l ) . . ... ... ..........
Semiannual ochedule of P"'""th-e-
malntenanee Hrvicea (table U )
Service upon roeelpt ochedule of
preventlve-maintenanoe eervicea
(table 4-.2) . .. . . . . . .. .....
Shield 1round inuJrity troubl1>
ohootina procedurn
(table 6-1) .. .... ................ .................. ..
Wiring data table (table 4-9)
4-12
4-7
1-1
4-8.1
6-12
4-18
Tablt!Dp ... . . . . . . . . . . .. ..... . . . .. .
Teleph<>ne awitcbboanl SB-22/ Pl':
Lation . . . . . .. . . . .... . . . ... 1-10.: 1-7
Reference to maintenanee manual
(table 11) ..... . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . 1-1 1-1
Telepbone TA-812/ Pl' :
Bracket aeeembly . .. .. .. .. .. . . . . Mt U4
Dncrlptlon . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . 11QI{) 1-8
to maintenance manual
(table 1-1) .. .. .. . . .. . . .. . . . . . 1-1 1-1
Telephone TA-312/ Pl' bracket auembly 4-49 4-84
Terminal boanla:
1 and 2 . . . . . . . . 4-80 4-&2
8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-31 4-68
6 and 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-32 4-58
8 and 9 . .. .. .. .. . .. . .. . .. .. .. 4-38 4-64
10 tbrourh 16 .. .. .. . . . .. . .. . . . 4-84 4-64
TM 9-1427-311-14
..._....._
Teet aDC! c:beekout (See OpcalloDal
lelt.)
Till oet. eablo abield rnilw.c. ................ 6-2.1b
Theory of operat1011 (S.. Priociplaa
of operatloe.)
Toola and oquipmen.t (OS aDd GS)
Common toolo and equipment............ 5-2
Spoeial pwpoae toola and
equipment ............. IS--2.1
Toola and equlpmeot (01'1)
Common toolo and equipmeot ............ 4-3<1
Spoeial pwpoae toola ud
equipment .............. ......................... ... 48b
Traoecoivor (8ft F1l tranocoi-
AN/VRC-46.)
TrauportatiOD data
Trani (JJ- Preperat;.., for tra .. t)
TJ!C.80peoet
Corrective mailtteauu (DS aDd
GS) ... ..... - ........... - ................. .. - ..... ..... . -
Corroctlve maiD.IUIDCO (01'1) ........... .
OperatiOQ&I tet.t. .................. ................. .
Prillciplea or operatiCD ..................... ..
Tripod, kluon, III.Orap br&ckela ............. ..
Troubleabootinr,
Genera.l .. .......................................... ... .
Troubleobootiq ...... .......... ................. .
Troubleahootlna procedum, obitld
vound inleiiJ'ily (table 5-1) ................... ..
Twelve-foot ladder (S. Ladder,
twelve-foot.)
Vehicle M666:
Dncrlption aDC! data . .. . .. .. . . . .
to maintenance manual
(table 11) . . . ....
Warning ayatem {Sto Alert wvni111

Wlrig (S., Electrieal wirinr.)
112
6-86
1-?
1-1
&-I
6-1
6-1
4-1
1-8

6-12
6-12
5-!2
1-2.1 I
1-l
Wiring data table (table 4-0) . . . . . . 4-lfb 41o
Wiring, electrical (S Electrical wir-
Ing.)
Wiring. field (S .. Field wiring.)
Worktable:
l>eeeriptfon . . . . . . . . . . J .. l Oc t-7
Maintenanee .. . . . . . . . . . 4-.fi7 -62.2
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B7 Order of the Secretary of
Official:
KENNETH G. WICKHAM,
1/ajor GI!Mf'Gl, U11iUd A""'
T.W AdjvtGflt
J)ittribation :
W. C. WESTMORELAND,
Getwnal, UttiW Stoue Af'lltW,
Clwt of Stoff.
To b4> diatnbuW in a.oc:ordance 'With DA Form 11-81, Seetiul n, (qty rqr bloek no. '8) orpnlutlonal
lor the PERSHING mlalle ,,_-.
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