MAINTENANCE OF THE POWER SUPPLIES
This section provides maintenance procedures that are the responsi-
bility of intermediate support maintenance personnel.
includes inspection and cleaning of the power supplies.
The following items should be performed along with intermediate
support maintenance operations.
Remove the top cover in accordance
Before performing any inspection procedure, insure
that power is disconnected from the power supply.
Inspect all interior cables for kinks and strained, cut,
frayed, or otherwise damaged insulation.
Check cable con-
nectors for correct pin depths and make sure they are
securely mounted to cables.
Inspect exterior surfaces of the unit for dust, chipped
If necessary, spot paint surfaces as
paint, and corrosion.
Remove rust and corrosion from metal surfaces by lightly
sanding them with no. 000 sandpaper (item 9, App. D).
Brush two coats of light green semi-gloss enamel,
MIL-E-15090 class 2 type III color number 24410 IAW FED
standard 595 (item 7, App. D) to protect it from further
Refer to the applicable cleaning and refinishing practices
specified in TB 43-0118.
Make sure exterior surfaces of the unit are clean.
If necessary, clean exterior surfaces as follows:
Remove dust and loose dirt with a clean, soft cloth (item 4,
Remove dust and dirt from plugs and jacks with a brush (item