e. Repair. Repair the distribution box as sembly
as required to return to a serviceable condition as
panel terminal identification.
b. Removal. Remove CB3, CB11, and CB14
(1) Inspect distribution box assembly for
damaged clip nuts, nut plates, fastener stud and
circuit breakers (101, fig. 6-22) as required to replace
receptacles, nicks, dents, or scratches. Dress all nicks
damaged or defective circuit breakers as follows.
and scratches with emery cloth Replace damaged clip
(1) Remove screws (17) from terminals and
nuts, fasteners, and nut plates in accordance with
disconnect electrical leads (X652E8, X651G8, X650E8,
disassembly and assembly procedures outlined in steps
X672A8, X671A8, X670A8) from CB3 circuit breaker.
c and d above. Minor dents are acceptable as long as
Disconnect leads(452C6, X652F10,
function or fit of the distribution box is not affected.
X451D8, X451F10, X451C6,
(2) Inspect distribution mounting brackets for
X450D8, X457A8, X456A8, X455A8) from CB11 circuit
damaged and misalinement. If possible straighten any
breaker. Disconnect leads(X452D8, X452E16, X451D8,
bent or misalined brackets by means of a vise, pliers, or
X450D8, X451E16, X450E16, X479A8, X478A8,
X477A8) from CB14 circuit breaker.
(3) Repaint distribution box assembly by
(2) Remove screws (99) and washers (100)
applying primer and allowing to air dry 18 hours or 30
and circuit breakers CB3, CB11, and CB14 (101).
minutes at 150 F to 300 F and painting with paint
conforming to Federal Standard 595, color match No.
c. Installation. Install circuit breakers CB3, CB11,
24516. Air dry 18 hours or 30 minutes at 150 F to 300 F.
Apply new labels to repainted distribution box in
as a guide and observing the following.
accordance with step d (4) above.
(1) Position circuit breakers on panel and
secure with screws (99) and washer '(100).
Install the distribution box in
(2) Connect wire and terminal assemblies
reverse order of removal using figure 6-2 as a guide and
observing the following.
(1) Place distribution box in proper position
and secure with bolts and washers.
(2) Replace electrical wiring and components
CB4, CB5, CB12, and CB13 Circuit Breakers
a. General. CB4, CB5, CB12, and CB13 (104,
fig. 6-22) circuit breakers provide protection against
damage resulting from an overload in the interior 60
Hertz ceiling and wall receptacles.
All the circuit
CB3, CBll1, and CB14 Circuit Breakers
breakers open at 20 amperes. Opening of the circuit
The CB3, CB11, CB14 circuit
breakers is indicated by the extension of the reset
breakers provides protection against damage resulting
button. The circuit breakers are reset by pressing in on
from an overload in the electrical circuit through the
the reset button.
sterilizers of X-ray receptacles. The circuit breakers
reached 50 amperes. Opening of the circuit breaker is
indicated by the extension of the reset button. The circuit
the terminals and disconnect electrical leads (X457A12,
breaker is reset by pressing in on the reset button.
X456A12, X651D10, X651E10, X652D10) from CB4
circuit breaker. Remove leads (X651F10, X650D12,
X659B12, X659A12, X658A12, X658B12) from CB5