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Table 5-2. Pre-test Inspection
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TM-32-5865-061-24-P Receiver Set R-2197/MLQ-34 Part Number 5051640-1NSN
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Table 5-3. Receiver Set CCA/Module Identification
TM 32-5865-061-24&P
(3) Based on the program entry points, descri bed in table 5-1, select and
execute one of the following options:
NOTE
The first entry point must be used for the first test of the UUT.
(a) If the first entry point is to be used, press PROCEED.
E n t e r the appropriate entry point; press RETURN.
(b)
(4) Follow the instructions as they appear on the VDT until the program is .
complete.
NOTE
Interconnection  instructions displayed on the VDT are also provided
i n  t h e  f i g u r e s referenced in table 5-1.
d.
P r o g r a m completi o n
instructions:
(1)
D i s c o n n e c t the UUT from the AN/USM-410.
( 2 ) S t o r e a l l i nterface adapters and interconnecting cables.
T h e Receiver Set weighs a p p r o x i m a t e l y 100 pounds with the four plug-
in receivers installed,  57 pounds without the receivers. To avoid
p o s s i b l e i n j u r y t o p e r s o n n e l ,  a n d / o r damage to the equipment, two
p e r s o n s are required to handle the unit.
5-4. COMPONENT REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT. The procedure for removing components
from the Receiver Set unit are described below.  Table 5-3 lists the components of
the Receiver Set.  Unless otherwise specified, components are installed by
reversing the removal procedure.
The following removal/installation procedures must be carried out
w i t h the unit disconnected from the AN/USM-410. When connected to a
power source, HIGH VOLTAGE is present in the unit. This HIGH VOLTAGE
c o u l d cause death.
5-4.1 Top and Bottom Access Cover Removal.
E a c h access cover is secured by cap-
tive  turn-lock  fasteners.  The fasteners are released by turning 1/4 turn counter-
clockwise. To remove a cover, release the eight fasteners and lift off the cover.
5-4.2 Buffer Amplifier CCA (A5), Removal/Installation.
A5 is removed as follows:
a. Remove the top access cover. Refer to para 5-4.1.
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