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Figure 3-37.  Applying Grease to Beaded Seal
TM 9-254 3-13. Using Expendables - Continued (5) Before  greasing  a  bearing,  it  must  first  be  cleaned  of  all  dirt,  oil,  and  grease.    To  clean  the  bearing, completely immerse it in cleaning solvent and agitate the bearing back and forth. Figure 3-36.  Applying Grease to Bearing (6) Remove  bearing  from  the  cleaning  solvent.    Blow  dry  using  low-pressure  air  or  allow  it  to  air  dry completely before applying grease. (7) Using fingers, apply grease to the balls of the bearing and press the grease into the spaces between the balls. (8) Turn  the  bearing  over  and  apply  grease  as  described  in  step  (7)  to  the  opposite  side  of  the  bearing. Rotate bearing to distribute grease evenly. (9) Use a clean, dry cloth to remove excess grease from the bearing. CAUTION Use  care  when  lubricating  beaded  seals  that  are  made  of  metal  plates  and  contain  rubber  like gaskets.  Grease should be applied only to the very top of gasket and not to the sides. NOTE In steps (10) and (11), refer to figure 3-37. (10)  Apply a thin film of grease only to the top of the gaskets (fig. 3-37). NOTE There is a gasket located on both sides of the metal plate as shown in figure 3-37. 3-35

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