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Figure 3-36.  Applying Grease to Bearing
TM 9-254 3-13. Using Expendables - Continued (2) Using  a  small  artist’s  brush,  apply  a  light  coating  of  fungus  proof  varnish  to  the  solder  joints  (1)  and exposed wire (2) and approximately 1/4 of an inch of the insulation (3). (3) If a component (4) has been replaced, coat the entire component with fungus proof varnish. (4) Allow the fungus proof varnish to dry completely. d. Lubricants.    Some  of  the  lubricants  used  to  maintain  fire  control  equipment  are  aircraft  and  instrument grease,  special  preservative  lubricating  oil,  and  graphite-petrolatum  antiseize  compound.    Grease,  compound,  and  oil should  be  used  sparingly  since  the  aim  of  good  lubrication  is  to  apply  a  minimum  amount  of  lubricant  consistent  with adequate  lubrication.    Thoroughly  clean  and  dry  all  parts  before  lubrication.    The  general  application  of  lubricants  upon assembly is as follows: (1) Clean  all  parts  to  be  lubricated  using  a  clean  cloth,  moist  but  not  dripping,  with  a  cleaning  solvent. Remove all dirt and grease then dry the parts using a second clean, dry cloth. (2) Clean rubber parts using a clean cloth, moist but not dripping with mild soap and water. (3) Use a clean brush or cloth to apply grease and a hand oiler (fig. 3-35) to apply light weight oil. Figure 3-35.  Hand Oiler (4) Never put a dirty brush into clean grease. If brush is dirty, dip into a cleaning solvent and wipe dry with a clean cloth. NOTE In steps (5) through (9), refer to figure 3-36. 3-34

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