TM 11-6625-255-14/TO 33A1-13-170-1
ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT, REPAINTING AND REFINISHING
spectrum analyzer has become badly scarred or
damaged, rust and corrosion can be prevented by
a. Tools and test equipment authorized for use
touching up the bare surface. Use No. 000 sand-
by the organizational repairman servicing the
paper to clean the surface down to the bare metal.
spectrum analyzer are listed in appendix B of this
Obtain a bright, smooth finish.
b. Repair parts for organizational maintenance
are found in TM 11-6625-255-20P.
Do not use steel wool. Minute particles
c. All paints and procedures used shall be in
may enter the case and cause internal
accordance with TB 43-0118, Field Instructions
for Painting and Preserving Electronics Com-
b. Painting. Remove rust and corrosion from
metal surfaces by lightly sanding them with fine
sandpaper. Brush two thin coats of paint on the
52. Rustproofing and Painting
a. Rustproofing. When the finish on the
bare metal to protect it from further corrosion.
Section Il. LUBRICATION
b. Do not use excessive amounts of lubricating
The type of lubricant to be used, the interval, and
specific instructions for lubricating the moving
oil, and do not allow connections to become
parts of the spectrum analyzer are given in figure
bricated are free from sand, grit, or dirt. This is
5-4. Lubrication Instructions
the greatest cause of bearing damage.
d. Lubrication intervals are based on daily 8-
a. Gasoline should not be used as a cleaning
hour periods of operation. For longer daily opera-
fluid at any time. When the spectrum analyzer is
tion, intervals should be shortened accordingly.
overhauled or repairs are made, clean the parts
with an authorized cleaning compound, prior to
Section Ill. ORGANIZATIONAL PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES
Table 5-1. Organizational Preventive Maintenance
Checks and Services
The PMCS at the organizational level are basical-
ly the same in nature as those at the operator's
Time required: 0.3
Time required: 0.9
Item to be inspected
56. Scope of Maintenance
The maintenance duties assigned to the organiza-
tional repairman are listed below together with a
reference to the table or paragraph covering the
I n s p e c t seating or pluckout items.
Make certain that tube clamps grip
tube bases firmly,
Inspect jacks for snug fit and good