Step 4: Mount PCB in outlet box
1 - White OUTLET box
1 - K -- Component PC Board - 750 solder-ringed holes
1- 7/64 drill bit
1 - 4 X 1/2 Pan Head screw
DETERMINE TOP AND BOTTOM SIDES OF PCB:
Top side of the PCB will be holes with broken lines connecting each hole (printing will be white)
Bottom side of the PCB will have holes with copper color squares around them (printing will be copper color)
MARK TOP OF OUTLET BOX:
Make a "T" on the center 1/2 inch inlet rise.
Make a "T" on the inside of the cover plate to match the other "T" just made.
It will be hard to keep track of the cover plate alignment with the outlet box in future steps if this is not done now,
LOCATE PCB IN BOX:
Position top of box away from you. (box marked with "T" to show outlet box top).
Place PCB on center raised circle, slide PCB tight to top and right side (numbers will be near the "T" and Alpha letters will be on right side)
MARK MOUNTING HOLE:
At M-18 on the PCB make a mark with a pencil.
This mark will be near center point on 1/2 inlet rise the PCB is sitting on.
DRILL HOLE IN BOX:
Remove the PCB and you will see your mark for the mounting hole.
Drill a 7/64" hole at the mark on the 1/2" inlet rise support in the box.
MAKE MOUNTING HOLE ON PCB:
Find whole M-18 on PCB.
Drill 7/64" hole at M-18 for mounting screw.
INSERT MOUNTING SCREW:
Screw in the 4 X 1/2 Pan Head Screw in to the PCB.
The PCB is now ready for future steps in this construction.