Lower the assembly into the well, guiding the well seal into the casing. Tighten the screws on the well seal to
compress and expand the seal's rubber center. Remove auxiliary line.
4-1.2 Splicing Submersible Cable. Use the following steps to splice the power cable to submersible motor cable. An
illustrated example follows each narrative step.
When power cable and motor leads are not the same size, select connector for larger size
cable. Strands of copper wire should be used together with smaller cable to fill connector.
Cut motor lead and power cable so that ends will butt squarely. Thoroughly clean cable jacket for 4 inches
beyond dimension (A) with non conductive abrasive cloth from cable splicing kit.
Remove cable jackets for distance (A), plus one half connector length. Do not cut into cable insulation. If jacket
is bonded to insulation, do not remove, and treat it as insulation. Remove cable insulation and strand shielding
from end of conductors for 1/2 inch plus one-half length of connector. Do not nick conductor.
Pencil (taper) insulation for distance (B) and smooth with non-conductive abrasive cloth from splice kit.
Join conductors using crimp connector. Clean entire area of prepared splice by wiping with a solvent saturated
cloth from kit.