7.5.19. Flat contacts with asymmetrical lock uvulas

Enter a master key, suitable for the socket case, in vents in the socket case.
Undertake a wire to contact and slightly press it in the socket.

NOTE
Due to cave-in of a tip in the socket case from a coat hanger in the socket lock uvulas of a tip are removed, and by means of their master key it is possible to bring out of the socket case freely.

At the same time press a master key into the case of the socket and extend the unblocked tip
The master key after extraction of contact can be removed from a vent in the socket case again.

Special shtekerny connections

NOTE
Before an unblocking of contacts it is necessary in the presence unblock or remove case clamps (secondary fastenings) with the special tool.

Faston-kontakt

Fig. 7.126. Input of a master key in vents in the socket case


Enter a master key, suitable for the socket case, in vents in the case of the socket (fig. 7.126).
Undertake a wire to contact and slightly press it in the socket.

NOTE
Due to cave-in of a tip in the socket case from a coat hanger in the socket lock uvulas of a tip are removed, and by means of their master key it is possible to bring out of the socket case freely.


Fig. 7.127. Extraction of the unblocked tip


At the same time press a master key into the case of the socket and extend the unblocked tip (fig. 7.127).
Master key after extraction of contact it is possible again remove from a vent in the socket case.

Contacts of GT 150/280

Fig. 7.128. Input of a master key in vents in the socket case


Enter into the socket case a master key, suitable for the socket case, under a lock uvula (fig. 7.128).
Press a master key against the stop into the socket case.
The contact "is thrown out" of the socket.

Fig. 7.129. Extraction of the unblocked tip


Master key after extraction of contact it is possible again remove from a vent in the case of the socket (fig. 7.129).

Contacts without lock uvulas
Insert a master key under a lock uvula of the case of the socket.
Press through a master key, slightly hooking it, against the stop.
The contact "is thrown out" of the socket.