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SECTION  II SPECIFIC   INSTRUMENTS
TM   750-116 CHAPTER  3 PURGING AND CHARGING SPECIFIC INSTRUMENTS SECTION  I GENERAL   INFORMATION 3-1.  SCOPE. a. This  chapter  presents  purging,  charging,  and  leak testing pressures and times for specific fire control instru- ments. Refer to paragraph 2-2  for initial setup information and paragraph 2-5 for general purging and charging proce- dures. b. Also included are instructions for separation of ma- jor assemblies, leak checking pressures, time durations, use of inlet port adapters, and any specific notes, cautions or warnings applicable to the specific instrument. Each proce- dure refers to a partially exploded illustration showing loca- tion of inlet and outlet ports. c. For  presentation  purposes,  specific  instrument  proce- dures are arranged in categories: Aiming Circle, Alinement Devices, Binoculars, Collimators, Computers, Mounts, Periscopes, Quadrants, Rangefinders, Sights, Telescopes, and Reticle Projector Unit. Under each of these categories the specific instruments are listed alphanumerically. HANDLE WITH CARE. IN THE EVENT THE RADIOLUMINOUS SOURCE IS BROKEN, CRACKED, OR SUDDENLY LOSES ILLUMINATION, DO NOT AT- TEMPT TO REPAIR. IMMEDIATELY DOUBLE WRAP INSTRUMENT IN PLAS- TIC AND NOTIFY THE LOCAL RADI- ATION PROTECTION OFFICER (RPO). NOTE If the outlet port screw or purging inlet screw is lost  or  damaged,  replace  with  the  appropriate screw as listed in Appendix C or in appropriate technical manual. The soap solution used in general procedures in chapter 2 is a mixture of soap (item 7, appx B) and water. Leak-Tee may also be used if available. 3-1

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