Daily and Weekly Preventive Maintenance.
The daily and weekly preventive maintenance checks and services
are listed and described in tables 4-1 and 4-2. Follow the steps in
the order given. Defects discovered during operation will be noted
for corrections to be made as soon as operation has ceased. Stop
operation immediately if a deficiency is noted that would damage the
equipment. Record all defects and the corrective action taken on the
form specified in DA PAM 738-750 (TAMMS).
Daily Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
Inspect all exterior cables for kinks and
stained, cut, frayed, or otherwise damaged
Report any abnormal conditions to
direct support maintenance personnel.
Make sure exterior surfaces of the unit are
clean. If necessary, clean exterior
surfaces as follows:
Remove dust and loose dirt with a
Remove dust and dirt from plugs and
jacks with a soft brush (item 3, App.D).
Adequate ventilation should be provided
while using trichlorotrifluoroethane.
Prolonged breathing of vapor should be
avoided. The solvent should not be
used near heat or open flame; the
products of decomposition are toxic and
irritating. Since trichlorotrifluoroe-
thane dissolves natural oils, prolonged
contact with skin should be avoided.
When necessary use heavy duty rubber
gloves (item 8, App. D) that the solvent
cannot penetrate. If the solvent is
taken internally, consult a physician
Remove qrease, fungus, and ground-in
dirt using a cloth dampened (not wet)
with trichlorotrifluoroethane (Item