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Appendix A Repackaging the Router

Repackaging the Replaced Router Chassis

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Step 7 To fasten the twoU-shapedside panels together, useFigure A-1 on page A-4 as a reference and follow these steps.

a.Starting at one of the top holes on one narrow side panel, align the holes in the inner and outer corrugated panels.

b.Open a plastic locking clip by pulling the wedge block out of the clip.

c.Insert the clip into the hole, then pivot the wedge block into the opening on the body of the clip and push firmly until it snaps into place, spreading the butterfly tabs and locking the inner and out side panels together.

d.Repeat steps a. andc. for the remaining holes on the narrow side panel.

e.Repeat steps a. throughd. for the opposite narrow side panel.

Step 8 Set the corrugated top cap on top of the container side panels and push it down.

Step 9 Use a strapping machine to wrap two strapsend-to-endand two strapsside-to-sideover the top of the shipping container to secure it to the pallet.

Your router is now repackaged and ready to be transported. Use a forklift or pallet jack to move the repackaged router.

Repackaging the Replaced Router Chassis

This section describes how to repackage a defective chassis to return it to the factory.

Note Because the packaging scheme for a bare chassis is very similar to the packaging scheme for afully-equippedrouter, the process for repackaging a bare chassis is very similar to the process of packaging afully-equippedrouter.

 

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Appendix A Repackaging the Router

Repackaging the Replaced Router Chassis

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This section contains the following information and procedures:

The Router Replacement Chassis Shipping Container, page A-25

Tools and Equipment, page A-25

Safety Recommendations, page A-25

Reinstalling the Replaced Chassis on the Shipping Pallet, page A-25

Repackaging the Replaced Chassis for Shipment, page A-26

The Router Replacement Chassis Shipping Container

Except for the difference in the foam cushion that sits between the top of the bare chassis, the shipping container for the bare chassis is very similar to the shipping container shown in Figure A-1 on page A-4 and described in the“The Router Shipping Package” section on page A-2,earlier in this appendix.

Tools and Equipment

For a list of the items needed to repackage the replaced chassis, refer to the “Tools and Equipment” section on page A-25,earlier in this appendix.

Safety Recommendations

For a summary of the safety information you should review before you begin the procedures in this section, refer to the “Safety Recommendations” section on page A-25,earlier in this appendix.

Reinstalling the Replaced Chassis on the Shipping Pallet

Reinstall the replaced chassis and scissor-jackplatform on the shipping pallet as described in the“Installing the Router on the Shipping Pallet” section on

page A-16,earlier in this appendix.

 

 

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Appendix A Repackaging the Router

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Repackaging the Replaced Chassis for Shipment

Repackage the replaced chassis for shipment as described in the “Completing the Repackaging” section on page A-23,earlier in this appendix.

 

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