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RESCUE SAW REPAIR (Continued). - TM-5-4210-229-14P_346
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TM5-4210-229-14&P 5-7. RESCUE SAW  REPAIR (Continued). (1) Inspect   crankshaft   (167)   for   cracks,   breaks and misalignment, and crankshaft threads and bearing  surfaces  for  wear,  scratches,  gouges and flat areas. (2) Inspect   needle   bearing   (168)   for   wear   and damage. (3) Inspect  piston  (154)  for  cracks,  uneven  wear and  damage  to  ring  grooves,  and  piston  pin (153) for wear and looseness of fit. e. Rescue    Saw    Cylinder,    Crankcase    and    Muffler Inspection. (1) Inspect   cylinder   (150)   and   crankcase   (175) and  172)  for  broken  or  cracked  pins,  warped head    mounting    surfaces,    worn    or    scored bearings, distorted or worn threads. (2) Inspect   cylinder   cooling   fins   for   cracks   or breaks. (3) Inspect  clutch  (96)  for  bearings  and  springs that  are  worn,  scored,  damaged,  cracked  or distorted. (4) Inspect   muffler   (83)   for   cracks,   breaks,   or excessive burning. f. Rescue Saw Filter Assembly, Cylinder Casing, Spill Filter and Intake Pipe Inspection. (1) Inspect  cylinder  casing  (47),  filter  cap  (42), and   filter   holder   (43)   for   cracks,   dents,   or other damage. (2) Inspect   prefilter   (40)   for   deterioration   and clogging. (3) Inspect   main   filter   (41)   for   cleanliness   and overall condition. (4) Inspect   spill   filter   (69)   for   cleanliness   and general condition. (5) Inspect  seal  (70)  for  general  condition  and intake  pipe  (72)  for  dents,  cracks,  or  other damage. g. Rescue Saw Cutter Blade Assembly Inspection (1) Inspect  shaft  (4),  pulley  (26),  bearings  (28) and  29),  spacer  (31),  flange  washers  (2  and 3),   flange   support   (6),   and   support   (7)   for distortion, wear, and breaks. (2) Inspect cutting arm (14), guard (19), knob (13) and glade guard (12) for cracks, bends, burns, and worn threads. h. Rescue Saw V-Belt Tensioner Inspection. (1) Inspect  belt  (24)  for  fraying,  stretching  and general good condition. (2) Inspect   eccentric   (23)   and   spacer   (34)   for wear and distortion. (3) Inspect   push   rod   (37)   and   flanges   (38)   for wear, cracks, or distortion. (4) Inspect   spring   (22)   for   wear,   distortion   or breaks. i. Rescue Saw Handle and Controls Inspection (1) Inspect  tabular  front  handle  (111)  for  cracks, dents, or gouges, and inspect shock absorbers (114  and  121)  for  deterioration  and  general condition. (2) Inspect rear handle (123 and 122) for cracks, breaks  or  distortion,  and  inspect  all  controls for general condition. j. Rescue Saw Carburetor Inspection. (1) Check  needle  points  on  adjust  screws  (199) and   197)   and   idle   screw   (195)   for   wear. Inspect  needle  point  for  ridges,  indentations, or flat spots. (2) Check   all   springs   for   distortion,   crack   or breaks. 5-16

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