TM 32-5835-005-14 & P
Section I. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
b. Monthly and quarterly preventive
Parts and Special Tools for the equip-
maintenance checks and services.
nance allocation and repair operations to
be performed at the appropriate mainten-
c. Organizational troubleshooting.
The maintenance duties assigned to the
organizational repairman are listed be-
d. Maintenance of magnetic heads.
low together with a reference to the
paragraphs covering the specific main-
tenance functions. These procedures do
not require special tools or test equip-
ment and can be performed with the equip-
f. Maintenance of circuit board edge
ment in place. This may include isola-
tion of malfunctions to assembly or sub-
assembly level and replacement of pluck-
5-2. Maintenance Task Definitions.
tion Chart for both maintenance task
definitions and assigment of mainten-
ance performance levels.
REPAINTING AND REFINISHING
Remove rust and corrosion from metal sur-
faces by lightly sanding them with fine
Brush two thin coats semi-
The use of steel wool, although per-
gloss (olive drab) No. 24087 per Fed-
mitting rapid removal of rust, is not
Std-595 of paint on the bare metal to
recommended. Minute particles of steel
protect it from further corrosion. Re-
wool frequently enter the case and cause
fer to applicable cleaning and refinish-
harmful internal electrical shorting or
ing practices specified in TM 746-10.
grounding of circuits.
No lubrication is required, all rotating