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Section III.  SAFETY WIRING TECHNIQUES
TM 9-254 6-10. Connector Contact Pins - Continued CAUTION Needle  nose  plier  jaws  must  be  free  of  all  serrations  to  prevent  damage  to  the  contact  and  its plating. (2) Apply masking tape over the needle nose plier jaw serrations, and grasp the post side of the contact with the needle  nose  pliers.    Pull  the  contact,  with  the  needle  nose  pliers,  until  it  bottoms  in  the  connector cavity (fig. 6-20). Figure 6-20.  Termi-Twist Contact Bottoming (3) Slip the tip of the tool over the contact, and rotate the contact 90 degrees clockwise to lock it in position (fig. 6-21). Figure 6-21.  Termi-Twist Contact Locking 6-15

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