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Appendix A Repackaging the Router

Repackaging the Routers

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Removing the Router from the Equipment Rack

This section describes how to remove a fully-loadedrouter from the equipment rack using thescissor-jackplatform. If you elected to empty the chassis before attempting to remove it from the equipment rack, remove the chassis as described in the“Removing and Installing a Chassis” section on page 5-53.

To remove a fully-loadedrouter from the equipment rack using thescissor-jackplatform, follow these steps:

Step 1 Working from the top of the chassis down, remove the screws that secure the chassis to the mounting flanges on the rack (five screws on each side of the chassis).

Step 2 Position thescissor-jackplatform in front of therack-mountingplatform installed in the bottom of the rack, with the screw on thescissor-jackplatform facing away from the front of the router and the back of thescissor-jackplatform butted against the front of therack-mountingplatform.

Step 3 Use the3/4-in(19-mm)socket and ratchet wrench to turn thescissor-jackscrew counterclockwise and expand thescissor-jackplatform so that the top of the platform is level with the top of therack-mountingtable under the chassis. (SeeFigure A-3.)

 

 

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Figure A-3Preparing theScissor-JackPlatform

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Warning Do not attempt to lift the chassis with the handles on the back and sides of the chassis. These handles are not designed to support the weight of the chassis, and should be used only to steady and guide the chassis while it is being inserted into or removed from an equipment rack. To reduce the risk of damage to the chassis and serious bodily injury, do not use these handles to lift or support the chassis.

Step 4 Position one person in front of the router to support and guide it while the second person slowly pushes the router to slide it off therack-mountingtable, out of the rack, and onto thescissor-jackplatform. (SeeFigure A-4.)

 

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Figure A-4Transferring the Router to theScissor-JackPlatform

Step 5 With one person positioned on the side of the router to prevent it from tipping, install the four chassis anchor clips through the slots in the bottom of the chassis, align the holes with the bolt holes in the platform, and insert and tighten the four bolts to prevent the chassis from shifting on thescissor-jackplatform.

(See Figure A-5.)

 

 

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Step 6 With one person positioned on the side of the router to prevent it from tipping, use the3/4-inch(19-mm)socket and ratchet wrench to turn thescissor-jackscrew clockwise slowly and close thescissor-jackplatform to lower the chassis.

(See Figure A-6.)

 

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Step 7 Position the safety hand truck at one side of the router, slide the router andscissor-jackplatform onto the safety hand truck, and secure the router to the hand truck with the locking safety strap.

Step 8 Tilt the safety hand truck onto its outrigger wheels to move the chassis to a level, open space with a solid floor, where the chassis can be repackaged for shipping.

 

 

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