This invention relates to an apparatus or device for use in ejecting coaxial cable from the connector block cavity located on a cellular telephone circuit pack to remove the specific faulty coaxial cable. This invention pertains to the method of ejection of the coaxial cable from the front side of the cellular telephone circuit panel with the coaxial cable plugged into the connector block cavity located on the back plane of the cellular telephone circuit pack cabinet. The Extended Coaxial Cable Ejection Device is inserted from the front of the cellular telephone circuit panel cabinet into the connector block located on the back plane of the cellular telephone circuit pack of the specific coaxial cable to be removed. The hollow outer ejector tip of the Extended Coaxial Cable Ejection Device is inserted over the tip of the coaxial cable engaging the coaxial cable snap ring. A slight forward pressure is applied to the apparatus to collapse the coaxial cable snap ring in the connector block cavity. The inner ejector tip of the Extended Coaxial Cable Ejection Device is extended beyond the hollow outer extractor tip to the forward position releasing the faulty coaxial cable from the connector block cavity. The faulty coaxial cable is removed from the rear of the cellular telephone circuit pack cabinet.
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