(37) Using crimping tool (M22520/1-01), crimp
Place tag marker over outside of cable
(38) Clean end of cable and apply adhesive
(3) Obtain new connector or salvage
(R.T.V. 728 or equivalent) under heat shrink sleeving.
connector from defective cable assembly. Disassemble
(39) Using heat gun, shrink sleeving until
sleeving is approximately 5 inches from connector.
(40) Position tag marker over section of
sleeving which was shrunk.
(5) Strip 17/64 inch of outside jacket from end
(41) Using heat gun, shrink remainder of
sleeving down to the level of the boot.
(6) Trim 1/8 inch of braid from end of cable;
(42) Shrink tag marker.
and strip 1/8 inch of insulation from end of wire (fig. 7-3,
(43) Apply thermo fit adhesive under boot.
(44) Using heat gun, shrink the boot.
(45) Remove excess adhesive from boot and
(8) Pull braid wires forward and taper toward
(46) Attach link chain attachment and dust
center conductor. Place braid clamp over braid and
cover to cable using cable clamp.
push back against cable jacket. Fold back braid wires,
trim as necessary so that wires do not touch shoulder of
7-12. Repair of Cables 1A1W6, W7, and W8
(9) Solder center contact to cable. Center
contact must sit squarely against dielectric. Avoid
a. Description of Cable. Cables 1A1W6, W7, and
excessive heat which may distort dielectric (fig. 7-10,
W8 (CG-3754/TPM-24(V)) are 3-foot RG-142B/U cables
with a connector on each end (fig. 6-6). Connector P1 is
(10) Thread connector assembly onto prepared
an M39012/57-4004 connector and P2 is an M39012/55-
(11) Using heat gun, shrink tag marker.
b. Repair of Cable.
The following procedure
(12) Attach dust covers to cable using cable
applies for replacement of connectors P1 and P2.
(1) Cut a section of cable (RG-142B/U), 35-
(13) Calibrate cable in accordance with
3/4 inches in length.
procedures contained in TB 11-6625-2398-35.