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Old 10-11-2018, 01:48 PM
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Greetings. I am attempting to install a LMC5 and the instruction both via YouTube and paper are clear. However I couldn't remove the purple and Green terminals and I fear I may have damaged them. Do you have any ideals of what I can do to remove those terminals. Thanks
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Just pull the wire out. The terminal will come out with the wire.
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Just pull the wire out. The terminal will come out with the wire.
Unless you're me....
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There should be a small allen key in the LMC5 kit to use to extract the pin. If you push the pin into the back of the connector while you push the allen key in the connector from the front, the pin should then pull out very easy. There is a small tab on the pin that you must depress with the allen key.
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Originally Posted by Old School View Post
There should be a small allen key in the LMC5 kit to use to extract the pin. If you push the pin into the back of the connector while you push the allen key in the connector from the front, the pin should then pull out very easy. There is a small tab on the pin that you must depress with the allen key.


That's just how I did it. Quite simple, just use care because we're all dealing with older components.
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