Jacobs: Commander, here's the damaged relay. I have the new one here. But the one that just blew is still hot to the touch. We still need to remove it. What a time for the relay to blow in the computer core. We were lucky that this time it wasn't the relay that controls the warp containment shielding otherwise if that went, we could be looking at a core meltdown by now. Why wasn't I notified before deciding to take the ship through a Gravity Resonance Shield.
Jacobs: Because you didn't notify me in advance to warn me about what you was about to do. I only just found out about it when I detected unusual readings coming from the computer core room while I was down in engineering maintaining the warp shielding containment field and I was starting to detect strange fluctuations in the field.
Commander: Ouch, that's still a bit hot. But I managed to remove it.
Replace Bad relay with new one.
+ If you don't have enough tech experience
+ You do not have enough Tech Experience to replaced a damaged relay.
If you have the tech level experience 10+
+ You repair the relay. There are three subjunctions to connect.
Black with Red Sub 1
White with Green Sub 2
Yellow with Green Sub 3
You connect the relay up with the Black and Red Subjunctions.
Commander: There, that should fix it now.
Janice Worse For Wear: Ok, one moment, hold on, screens are flicking, system is coming back online now. We have access now to our long term sensors. But our short term Sensors are still not operational. And I'm getting strange ghosting images appearing on our long term sensors. The problem appears to be on your end. I just hope that no pernament damage was done to our other systems.
+ You connect the relay up with the White and Green Subjunctions
+ You connect up the relay with the Yellow with Green Subjunctions