OPERATOR'S AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
Section I. GENERAL
4-1. Scope of Maintenance
Tools, Materials, and Test Equipment
The maintenance duties assigned to the operator and/ or
organizational maintenance mechanic of the test facilities
A list of parts authorized for operator's
set are listed below. These duties do not require special
tools or test equipment.
The tools, test equipment, and materials, required for
a. Weekly preventive checks and services.
operator's and organizational maintenance are listed
b. Quarterly preventive checks and services.
a. Tools and Test Equipment.
e. Repairs and adjustments.
Tool kit. Electronic Equipment TK-100G.
TM 11-0625-366-15. TB 11-6625-
b. Material Required for Maintenance.
Federal stock number
Cleaning compound ............
Light gray enamel paint (gloss)
Inhibisol cleaning solvent
Light gray enamel paint (semigloss)
Miller-Stephenson freon TF degreaser
Section II. LUBRICATION
Lubrication is not required for any component of the test
4-3. Lubrication Requirements
Section III. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
all deficiencies together with the corrective actions taken
a. Systematic Care. The procedures contained in
To insure that the test facilities set is always ready For
this section cover routing systematic care and cleaning
operation, , it must be inspected systematically so that
essential to proper upkeep and operation of the
defects may be discovered and corrected before they
result in serious damage or failure. Defects discovered
b. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
during operation of the unit will be noted for future
The preventive maintenance checks and services charts
correction as soon as the operation has ceased.
Operation should be stopped immediately if a deficiency
performed at specific time intervals.
is noted which would damage the equipment. Record
accomplished, these maintenance procedures will insure
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