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General Inspection Instructions - TM-5-4210-233-14P-1_279
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 4-9.  GENERAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES- Continued g. Solvent Spray Gun. WARNING Spray  gun  must  be  used  in  a  spray  booth  with  filter  and  face shield    for    personnel    since    dry    cleaning    solvent    (Item    3, Appendix E) is toxic to skin, eyes and lungs. Avoid prolonged or repeated contact. h. Hot Water/Steamer. Radiator cores should be cleaned with steam or hot water. If sediment with the core cannot be completely removed in this way, core will have to be boiled in a chemical bath. This bath is a strong solution of caustic soda and is available in a radiator repair shop. i. Pressure  Wash.  Painted  surfaces  (e.g.,  truck  body)  shall  be  cleaned  with  a  detergent  solution  and  a pressure washer. Always rinse surface with clean water. Although  the  truck  body  paint  is  very  durable,  certain  solvents  may  damage  the  paint.  Keep  solvents away from painted surfaces. A pressure washer should be used to remove excessive road dirt, oil, and grease from exterior parts prior to dismantling. j. Steam Cleaning. Oil and fuel tanks should be flushed with steam for at least 24 hours before welding or maintaining such tanks. k. Ball  and  Roller  Bearings.  When  cleaning  ball  or  roller  bearings,  place  them  in  a  basket.  Suspend  the basket  in  a  dry-cleaning  solvent,  (Item  3,  Appendix  E)  preferably  overnight.  if  needed,  use  a  brush  to remove  caked  grease  or  chips.  Avoid  rotating  the  bearings  until  all  solid  particles  are  removed.  When bearings are clean, spin them in a light lubricating oil (Item 10, Appendix E) to remove solvent. I. Rubber Parts. Do not clean performed packings or other rubber parts in solvent. These parts should be wiped with a clean, dry, lint-free cloth (Item 42, Appendix E)., m. Electrical Components. Electrical components (e:g. coils, switches) which use insulating materials shall not be soaked or sprayed with cleaning solutions. Remove dirt with a clean, dry, lint-free cloth (Item 42, Appendix E). If necessary, moisten cloth with dry-cleaning solvent (Item 10, Appendix E). n. Complex  Components.  Components  that  consist  of  a  fabrication  with  passages  and  cavities  should  be checked thoroughly after cleaning. A thin flexible wire should be run through all passages to ensure they are  not  blocked.  Individual  passages  may  be  cleaned  using  a  pressure  spray  gun  and  dry-cleaning solvent (Item 3, Appendix E). 4-149

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