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9.3 Monthly Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services Charts
|1||Installation||See that the equipment is properly installed||Sect. 1|
Check all spare parts for general condition and method of storage. There should be no evidence of over stock, and all shortages must on valid requisitionz.
|3||Interior cleaning||Remove dust and dirt from the interior with a clean, lint-freee cloth or soft brush.|| |
|4||Preservation||Inspect all metal syfaces for rust and corrosion.||Para 9.4|
|5||Publications||See that all publications are complete, serviceable, and current||DA Pam 310-4|
Determine if new applicable MWO's have been published. All URGENT MWO's must applied immediately. All NORMAL MWO's must be scheduled.
|DA Pam 310-4|
Inspect clamps and seating of pluckout items. check for wrong, bent, or broken parts
|Fig.6-1 and 6-2|
Check to see that fuses F1 and F2 are each 8 amperes. Check to verify that authorized spares are on hand.
|9||Cords, cables, and wire|
Inspect all cords, cables, and wire for cuts, breaks, fraying, deterioration, kinks, end strains. Repair or replace as required.
1-3, or 1-4.
|10||Resistor||Inspect resistors for, cracks, discoloration, and blistering.||Fig.6-1 and 6-2.|
|11||Capacitors||Inspect fixed capacitors for leaks and bulges||Fig.6-1 and 6-2.|
|Inspect transformers and chokes for evidence of overheating.||Fig.6-1 and 6-2.|
|13||Terminal boards||Inspect terminal boards for cracks, loose connections, and breaks||Fig. 6-2. |
9.4. Touchup Painting Instructions
Remove rust and corrosion from metal surfaces by lightly sanding them with fine sandpaper. Brush two thin coats of paint on the bare metal to protect it from further corrosion. Refer to the applicable cleaning and rsfinishing practices specified in TM 9-213.
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