POWER CABLE ASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE - Continued.
(1) Inspect connection for secure mounting, burnt, broken, or bent terminals, and corrosion.
(2) Inspect cable for cracked, burned, or deteriorated insulation and exposed conductor.
(3) Inspect lug terminals for secure mounting and signs of burning, and corrosion.
(4) Use multimeter and check wires for continuity.
Cleaning solvent, Federal specification P-D-680, is toxic and flammable. Use only in a well-
ventilated area. Avoid prolonged breathing of fumes. Keep solvent away from flames. Do not
use in excessive amounts. Avoid skin contact.
(1) Clean the power cable, connector, and terminals with cleaning solvent P-D680 (item 11, Appendix E).
(2) Allow to dry.
Repair procedures for the power cables installed on the Air Force and Army heaters are different.
Plug (3) and connector (7) are provisioned together and are not repairable. If they are defective
in any way, replace both components.
(1) Repair of the Air Force cable P/N 13039-101 consists of replacing damaged parts with new parts.
(a) Cut off defective plug assembly (1).
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