A42. To remove contaminants from soldered connections.
A43. To prevent damage to heat-sensitive components.
A44. To aid in tracing the conductors when alterations or repairs are required.
A45. Round cord has a tendency to cut into the wire insulation.
A46. Two and one-half times the length of the longest conductor in the group.
A47. To keep the tape or cord from fouling during the lacing operation.
A48. When required, such as for the filament leads in electron tube amplifiers.
A49. Do not tie too tightly and use the proper type of tape.
A50. With a square knot and at least two marling hitches drawn tightly.
A51. Bundles that are 1 inch or larger in diameter
A52. With a telephone hitch.
A53. They are bound together at intervals with telephone hitches.
A54. When wire bundles are supported by cable supports that are more than 12 inches apart.
A55. Military Standard hand tool.
A56. High-temperature, pressure-sensitive tape.