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Table 5-2.   COMPRESSOR COMPONENT TOLERANCES - TM-5-4210-229-14P_377
TM5-4210-229-14&P 5-20.  COMPRESSOR REPAIR (Continued). t. Remove piston rings (32 and 33)from the piston with a ring expander. u. Remove four bolts (34) securing the bearing cap (35) to the crankcase (1). Do not attempt to pry bearing cap from the crankcase. v. Tap the cap (35) gently with a plastic mallet to loosen and remove cap. w. Remove bearing (36). Cleaning solvent (Appendix D, Item 54) is both toxic and flammable.  Keep off skin. Use   only   in   a   well-ventilated   area   and avoid   prolonged   breathing   of   vapors. Keep away from open flames. Compressed   air   used   for   cleaning   or drying  can  create  airborne  particles  that may  enter  the  eyes.    Pressure  shall  not exceed   30   psi   (206   kPa).      Wearing   of goggles   is   required   to   avoid   injury   to personnel. Never use gasoline, fuel oil or kerosene as a cleaning solvent. Be extremely careful to avoid scratching machined surfaces. x. Wash all parts in cleaning solvent (Appendix D, Item 54).  Blow dry with compressed air. y. Clean carbon deposits from the cylinder head's interior surfaces.  Clean all interior air and water passageways. z. Remove carbon from piston crowns and ring grooves.  Carbon in ring grooves can be removed by using a piece of a broken ring as a tool. Compressed   air   used   for   cleaning   or drying  can  create   airbore  particles  that may  enter  the  eyes.    Pressure  shall  not exceed   30   psi   (206   kPa).      Wearing   of goggles   is   required   to   avoid   injury   to personnel. aa.  Blow out all drilled passageways with com- pressed air to insure they are open. bb.  Remove old gasket material sealer from gas- ket surfaces. Removal  of  crankshaft  may  cause  main bearing  damage.    Therefore,  inspection while assembled is recommended. cc.   Examine components for wear, cracks, dam- aged threads, nicks, scoring and pitting. dd.  Check piston to bore clearance.  If clearance exceeds .008 inch, (.2 mm) the piston (30) and rod (28) assembly must be replaced. ee.   Check tolerances of components in accordance with Table 5-2.  If components do not measure within the limits listed, they must be re- placed. 5-45

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