ARMY TM 10-1670-294-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-33-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-34
2-33. Connector Link.
This task covers:
Connector Link Separator, Item 8, Appendix B
Connector link laid out on table
File, Item 3, Appendix B
Mallet, Item 9, Appendix B
Screwdriver, Flat-Tip, Item 23, Appendix B
Cloth, Abrasive Item 3, Appendix D
Replace. A parachute connector link assembly, which is damaged beyond repair will be replaced with a
serviceable heavy duty parachute connector link assembly from stock. Use the following procedures:
Using a flat-tip (slotted-head) screwdriver, remove two locking screws from ends of a
replacement parachute connector link assembly and disassembly link (see figure 2-54).
Using a flat-tip (slotted-head) screwdriver, remove two locking screws from damaged original
parachute connector link assembly. Disassemble link assembly, using a link separator, as
required If connector link contains suspension lines, ensures lines are not allowed to slide off
damaged link during disassembly process.
As applicable, position leg of replacement link assembly adjacent to disassembled original link
assembly and slide suspension lines from damaged link onto replacement link.
Pass remaining leg of replacement link through attaching loop of adapter web.
Fit replacement link together and ensure leg engagement by tapping end with a mallet Install
Trace suspension lines from connector link assembly to canopy to ensure lines are properly
installed and in correct sequence.