Vehicular radios are installed and removed by maintenance personnel. However, if
you have a dismount radio, you need to know how to remove and install the RT.
Refer to the illustrations on pages 2-21 and 2-22.
W A R N I N G
H I G H V O L T A G E
EXISTS AT CONNECTOR J1 ON MOUNTING ADAPTER. AVOID
INJURY: BE SURE J1 IS COVERED OR CAPPED WHEN NOT IN USE.
C A U T I O N
BE SURE POWER SWITCH CB1 IS OFF WHEN REMOVING OR
INSTALLING RT. IF IT IS NOT, EQUIPMENT DAMAGE MAY OCCUR.
When dismounting an RT to assemble a MP from a system that has two RTs, always
dismount the RT in position B (upper RT). You must use the RT in position B so that
the radio system retains long range capability. This procedure will allow you to receive
communication until step f has been performed.
a. Remove retaining bar (if used).
b. Loosen hold-down clamps; turn sideways.
c. Set CM (if used) to OFF.
d. Set loudspeaker (if used) power switch to OFF.
e. Disconnect cables from RT connectors (refer to cabling illustrations: then
disconnect cables that are connected to RT AUDIFILL, AUDIDATA, and RXMT
Disconnect antenna cable connected to RT ANT connector (refer to the ap-
propriate cabling illustration as needed).
Set RT FCTN to [sTsV] .
h. Set adapter CB1 to OFF.
Remove RT. Pull RT straight out.
Cap system connector.