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Heyco® Liquid Tight Cordgrips Installation Instructions for Non-Threaded or Clearance Mounting Holes

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS for NON THREADED or Clearance mounting holes

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  1. Be sure that hole is free of burrs and panel surface around hole is smooth and free of debris.
  2. Insert the fitting's lower threaded portion through the mounting hole and hand-tighten the LOCKNUT as far as possible. Hold the BODY hex stationary with a wrench. Using a six-pointed socket or six-pointed wrench, tighten the LOCKNUT firmly in place. To see Heyco's Torque Charts visit the Cordgrip section for suggested torque values (LTF's, LTCG's, SCG's & Brass). Check to make sure the BODY hex is held flush and tight to the panel to insure a tight seal.
  3. Insert the cable through the fitting to the desired position.
  4. Hand-tighten the SEALING nut as far as possible. Hold the BODY hex stationary with a wrench. Using a second wrench, tighten the sealing nut until the cable is securely held in place.To see Heyco's Torque Charts visit the Cordgrip section for suggested torque values (LTF's, LTCG's, SCG's & Brass).
  5. To disassemble for cable replacement, use a wrench to hold the BODY hex stationary and loosen the SEALING nut with a second wrench. Grip the disconnected cable and pull while turning the cable in the counter-clockwise direction.

Alternate Installation Instructions

  1. Insert the cable through the fitting to the desired position.
  2. Hand-tighten the SEALING nut as far as possible. Hold the BODY hex stationary with a wrench. Using a second wrench, tighten the sealing nut until the cable is securely held in place.To see Heyco's Torque Charts visit the Cordgrip section for suggested torque values (LTF's, LTCG's, SCG's & Brass).
  3. Insert the fitting's lower threaded portion through the mounting hole and hand-tighten the LOCKNUT as far as possible. Hold the BODY hex stationary with a wrench. Using a six-pointed socket or six-pointed wrench, tighten the LOCKNUT firmly in place.To see Heyco's Torque Charts visit the Cordgrip section for suggested torque values (LTF's, LTCG's, SCG's & Brass). Check to make sure the BODY hex is held flush and tight to the chassis to insure a tight seal.
  4. To disassemble for cable replacement, use a wrench to hold the BODY hex stationary and loosen the SEALING nut with a second wrench. Grip the disconnected cable and pull while turning the cable in the counter-clockwise direction.
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