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Figure 24: Installing the Pull Seal 5.10.2 1. Cradle Assembly 3.
Figure 26: Positioning the Front Retaining Ring Replace the rear retaining ring by inserting it into the housing groove. This secures the cradle assembly in the housing. If the housing needs to be tamper resistant, the TC9380TK (purchased separately) should be installed at this time.
Position the housing vertically and replace the cradle assembly by applying pressure onto the rear cap until the end of the cradle is securely closed. Make sure the index marks are aligned with the etch mark on the housing. See Figure 25.
Etch Marks (x4 at 90Â°)
Attach the housing to the appropriate mount or pan/tilt using instructions provided. According to the orientation of the housing, the cradle assembly may need rotating. To rotate the cradle assembly (while mounted), grasp the fittings and rotate to the desired position using the index marks as reference. View the monitor while rotating. See Figure 27. WARNING: If the cradle is rotated, the front retaining ring must also be rotated. Position the front retaining ring so the breather hole is centered in the retaining ring gap.
Figure 25: Inserting Cradle Assembly CAUTION: If a pull seal is installed in the breather hole, be careful not to pinch the head of the pull seal. Damage to the pull seal may allow water to enter the housing causing damage to the camera and lens. If the pull seal was installed as described under Pull Seal Installation, continue with step 2. If the pull seal was not installed, skip to step 3. 2. Install the front retaining ring so the pull seal is centered in the retaining ring gap. See Figure 26.
Figure 27: Rotating Cradle Assembly CAUTION: If a pull seal is installed in the breather hole, do not pinch the head of the pull seal. Damage to the pull seal may allow water to enter the housing causing damage to the camera and lens.