TM 32-5835-005-14 & P
b. Demount. If vehicle mounted, loosen
knurled screw clamps and remove record-
It is normal for dust, dirt, and lint
from the environment to gradually accu-
c. Loosen fourteen (14) captive screws
mulate on drive belt surfaces.
on the top cover with a #2 Phillips
screwdriver and remove.
After each forty (40) hours of oper-
The 230 and 115 volt Circuit Breakers on
ation, clean the mylar drive belt.
the inside rear of the recorder have a
potential of 230 volts at all times that
the unit is connected to one of these
voltages. This is true even if the re-
The fumes of trichloroethane are toxic.
corder is turned off. Avoid contact with
Provide thorough ventilation whenever
hands or uninsulated tools.
used. DO NOT USE NEAR AN OPEN FLAME.
Trichloroethane is not flammable, but
exposure of the fumes to an open flame
Insert a blank tape cartridge and place
or hot metal forms highly toxic phosgene
the recorder in the reproduce mode.
Touch the capstan drive belt on both
faces with a cotton swab dampened (not
saturated) with Trichloroethane while
the belt is in motion. Refer to
a. Remove. Remove all attached cables
and microphone from unit.
Section VIII. ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE OF CIRCUIT BOARD EDGE CONNECTORS
5-18. Cleaning Procedure.
a. Remove boards one at a time by
It is normal for dust, dirt and corr-
lifting straight up.
osive materials to gradually accumulate
on edge connector surfaces.
b. Use a cheesecloth dampened in
Xylene and clean each side of edge
5-17. Disassembly Procedure.
connector on each board.
c. Replace each board in its socket.
Boards are keyed to prevent insertion
in wrong socket.
d. Assembly is the reverse of dis-