Continuous loop, continuity between all respot cell terminals, table harness for SS chassis with non-pindication masks. Table Wiring Harness Part No. PPP-TWH Thanks to Mike Hopkins, Kearney NE WARNING; Disconnect power plug before working on pinspotter. Remove harness cable connector, to wire way channel, from table amp connector. Remove male pin connectors to respot cells - see image at right. For continued gripper protection, do not remove terminals outlined in yellow* Do not remove table ground screw, outlined in green. *To permanently bypass gripper protection, remove wire way channel (motor capacitor area) cover. On terminal board between capacitors, choose terminals SW, position both larger yellow wires onto 1 SW terminal then position the two slender yellow wires onto the remaining SW terminal* Carefully uncoil PPP-TWH wire harness onto any flat surface and orient wire rows to respot cells. Beginning far right; ROW 1- 4 terminated wire ends, 1 test lead w/butt connector, 1 wire w/out terminal. ROW 2 - 3 terminated wire ends, 1 test lead w/butt connector. ROW 3 - 2 terminated wire ends, 1 test lead w/butt connector. ROW 4 - 1 terminated wire end, 1 test lead w/butt connector. Loosely position harness wire rows into their corresponding aluminum table links to determine final resting-place. Remove wires from flex-point at #1 pin and apply supplied spiral cable protection wrap, then insert into links. Seat all terminated wires to their corresponding respot cells. Maneuver, or back-loop, test leads w/butt connectors into links and secure with supplied cable ties. Locate the non-terminated wire in ROW 1. Adjust wire length as needed before crimping (or back-loop length into link) supplied pin terminal* to bare wire end. Insert pin into any amp connector position previously used for respot cells. *Extra pin terminal supplied for mishaps. Using supplied cable ties, completely area-secure harness inside of aluminum table links. Replace harness cable connector, from wire way channel, to table amp connector. *When gripper protection has been bypassed, test-run pinspotter for desired results, then replace wire way channel cover. Image above shows an exaggerated example of a back-loop.
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