Carefully insert the connector and cable into the crimping tool, which has two dies that will press into the connector, and push the pins in the connector into the conductors inside the connector. Now the installation is done. After the whole installation, you should check to ensure all conductors are making contact and that all pins have been crimped into their respective conductors. If the connector didn't crimp properly, cut off the connector and redo it. For a coaxial cable, adjust the coaxial cable wire strippers so the first cut is down to the center copper wire.
I would first measure out the length of cable that I would need. I would then use a wire cutter to cut the length that I need, leaving enough room for corrections and to open the wire. I would then use wire strippers to remove a small piece of the outer most jacket. I would then choose what connection I wanted to make (568A or 568B). I would then untwist the wires and put them in the correct color order that I need.
The next step was to uses the wire strippers to strip off 5/8 of an inch off the end of the cable. I also trimmed off about 7/32 of an inch of the braided shielding. Next I had to strip off the plastic insulator so that 3/16 of an inch of the wire was exposed. I inserted the wire into the center pin of the connector. I then crimped the pin twice with a ratchet crimper and pushed the connector on the end of the cable.
Then close the load lever to secure it into place. Now align the heat sink over the CPU and tighten it down with the retainers to make sure it secure and plug the power line for the heat sink fan into the spot on the motherboard. Lastly you will want to install the RAM on the board by lining up the notches and pressing down gently in tell it snaps into
This is where the end of the line will be going to form the knot. Take the end of the line and very, very, carefully, thread it through the hole. Now grab the end of the line with one hand, and simultaneously, pull the other end of the line tight. All that is left to do now, is trim the excess line off the end with a pair of nail clippers, and add the
Using a spanner on the crankshaft pulley bolt I had a colleague turn the crankshaft from | |beneath the vehicle until No 8 valve was fully open, this is when the valve spring is fully compressed. Using a feeler blade of the specified | |thickness, I checked the clearance between the top of the No 1 valve stem contact face of the rocker arm. | |If I found that the clearances were not as required, I would have had to slacken the adjuster locknut, and turn the tappet adjuster screw until I | |reached the required clearance, then I would tighten the adjuster locknut while holding the adjuster screw stationary. Turning clockwise would | |reduce the clearance and anti-clockwise would increase the distance. On completion I would recheck the tappet clearance, turn the crankshaft and | |continue to check the remaining clearances, following the rule of nine.
Once the fabric has been stitched from one end to the other, end by tying a knot in the thread at the end, and cut the excess thread being careful not to cut the knot off. It is probably wise to put at least two knots in at the end for extra
The employee will close the gate and hit the down button until the crusher starts going down automatically. Then wait for crusher to hit the part where it starts to go back up then hit the emergency stop button. Now that crusher has stopped, the employee will raise the gate back up. After that, the employee will now unscrew the latch that’s holding the bail in the bailer. Once the bailer door is open one must put the four wires through the holes in the back of the bailer.
Health and social care nvq 2 Assessment criteria 1.1 As an employee it is our responsibility to use the PPE provided and to use it in the correct way that we have been trained in. In terms of PPE there are different colours of PPE, aprons and gloves, for different job roles and procedures within the workplace. When using gloves I ensure that they are not worn and are in a condition that I can use them, i.e. no holes or rips, and to make sure they are the right size to fit my hands. when taking my gloves off , I pull one off at a time , first one from the cuff then use it to pull of the other one , therefore minimising the risk of spreading germs on to my skin the used gloves should then be disposed of by putting them in a clinical bin using the foot stool to open the bin .