Take out tension rear (102).
(d) Pull defective cabling out of longeron (98).
(e) Turn away head piece (113) on second arm.
Remove cover (112).
(g) Pull defective cabling completely out of the scissors arm through
intermediate piece (86), cover (112), and head piece (113).
(h) Remove the two profiles (99) and all remaining adhesive from
longeron (cover) (98) and cover (112).
(i) Hold the severed cabling segments from the multi-pin plug up
against the defective cabling and shorten the new cabling to exactly the required
(6) Replace old cabling with new cabling. Refer to figure 4-6 and use the
(a) Push the new cabling (127.1) in the direction of the arrow (127.5)
through the head piece (94), and pull it through the axle (21). Push back insulating
hose (127.4) about 4 3/4 inches and push the cabling through the greenfield tubing (18).
(b) Push the multi-pin plug parts (19) and pouch (20) along as shown
in figure 4-6.
(c) Push the insulating hose (127.3) about 2 1/2 inches over cabling.
Push the shrink hose (set of 5) (127.2) about 1/2 inches over each single-line.
(d) Check single-lines from the other end of the cabling and connect
corresponding multi-pins, numbers 3, 4, 5, 6.
(e) Leave ground lead on number one and number two free. Shrink
on the shrink hoses (127.2) with hot air. Push forward the insulating hose (127.3), and
assemble multi-pin plug (19).
Fix on the insulating hose (127.4) at the other end near the axle.
(g) Bolt the greenfield tubing onto axle. Attach the strain relief (F) and
pull the cabling back through head piece (94).
(h) Fasten axle (21) with screws.