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 Coaxial Cable & Trigger Repairs


COAXIAL CABLE AND TRIGGER REPAIRS

COAXIAL CABLE AND TRIGGER SWITCH REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

In most cases, a break in the coaxial cable will occur at one of the ends due to twisting of the cable.

  1. Remove cable clamp from around the rubber strain relief by sliding it back.

  2. Push rubber strain relief back from the coax cable fitting.

  3. Remove ring clamp from around the copper braid on the end of the coax fitting.

  4. With hot soldering iron heat end tip of coax fitting and remove fitting from end of cable.

  5. Cut off cable about two inches back and fix end exactly as it was before.  Re-solder tip and reassemble.

Note:  If either insulation of male or female fitting is burned, they must be replaced.  To replace S-4 trigger switch, remove the top of hand unit and remove pistol grip handle.  Disassemble grip and replace switch.  The S-4 trigger switch replacement requires you to drill a 1/2 hole in the pistol housing.

 


 
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