| Assembly Part 1 |
Last Modified: 2006-10-03
In the first part, you attach the GP2D12 detectors to the stamped aluminum pieces. There are three such assemblies and all the pieces for this step can be found in Bag One of your kit. Note where the connector is located on the GP2D12 detector in the diagram below.
Start by inserting the screw first through the stamped aluminum piece. Next, add the flat nylon washer, the nylon spacer, and one end of the GP2D12 detector. Finally, add the lock washer and the hex nut but don't tighten this side yet, leave it loose.
Now repeat these steps with the other side of the detector. The detector should seat in the square hole in the aluminum piece.
Now tighten up both sides moderately tight, but take care not to tighten the screws too tight. The GP2D12 detector is somewhat fragile and only needs to be held in place.
A view of how these pieces should go together.
These three sub-assemblies should use up all the parts from Bag One. It is possible that Bag One was ripped by one of the stamped aluminum pieces in transit. If so, you may find some of the pieces for this step in the box if they are not in the bag.
The three completed sub-assemblies.
Continue on to the Next assembly step.
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