All remaining circuit breakers are removed as follows.
4. Remove Circuit Breakers.
Loosen terminal screw (12), then tag and disconnect wire.
Remove screw (13) and starwasher (14) and withdraw circuit breaker (15).
5. Remove Relay A1K1.
Relay A1K1 (16) is a plug-in type relay. It is removed by simply lifting relay from socket in main power panel.
6. Remove Fuses.
Remove fuse(s) (17) from fuseholder (18) clips by grasping fuse with fusepuller and pulling fuse free from holder.
Install Main Circuit Breaker A1CB1. See Figure 4-8.
Install main circuit breaker A1CB1 (6) and secure with four screws (7).
Install electrical leads as tagged to main circuit breaker A1CB1 (6) and secure with terminal screw (5).
2. Install 100A Circuit Breaker A1CB2.
Snap circuit breaker A1CB2 (9) in place and secure with three screws (10) and starwashers (11).
Attach electrical leads as tagged to circuit breaker A1CB2 (9) and tighten terminal screws (8). Remove tags.
All remaining circuit breakers are installed as follows.
3. Install Circuit Breakers.
Snap circuit breaker (15) in place and secure with screw (13) and starwasher (14).
Attach electrical lead(s) as tagged to circuit breaker (15) and tighten terminal screws (8). Remove tags.
4. Install Relay A1K1.
Align relay A1K1 (16) pins with socket and plug relay into socket.
5. Install Fuses.
Grasp fuse(s) (17) with fusepuller and insert into fuseholder (18).
6. Assemble Main Power Panel Assembly.
Install circuit breaker cover (4) and secure with six screws (3).
Install outside panelboard cover (2) and secure with six screws (1).
Reconnect power input cable from generator to petroleum laboratory.
Close all circuit breakers in Main Power Panel.
Connect power input cable, power up generator, turn on equipment and verify operation.