You can see where I let the cable protrude from to help it be as relaxed and out of the way as possible. You can also see a notched hole in the clam shell above the air diffuser (below if shown upside right). It might have been for the cable but it adds quite a bit of torque this cable does not need. The manual actually shows the cable more like I have it but not very clearly to me. At this point all your screws can be torqued BY HAND, be careful not to over tighten, like someone had already done to a couple of mine, and stripped the holes requiring a fatter screw. Also the torque sequence here works best if you first tighten the fours screws that attached the core to the clam shell halves on the vertical axis prior to all others. You should see that this makes sense if you haven't figured it out already.
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