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Figure 3-39.  Mixing Two Part Curing Type Sealing Compound
TM 9-254 3-13. Using Expendables - Continued (2) Using a screwdriver or hex key wrench, press firmly into the slot of the setscrew and remove. (3) Remove all traces of old sealing compound that remain in the hole. Figure 3-38.  Removing Sealing Compound from a Setscrew NOTE In steps (4) through (6), refer to figure 3-39. (4) If  a  curing  type  sealing  compound  is  selected  to  seal  the  setscrew,  it  must  be  mixed.    Use  a  clean screwdriver or putty knife and scoop the base material from its container into a larger mixing container. Use  only  enough  base  material  to  do  the  job  at  hand.    When  the  accelerator  is  mixed  into  the  base material, the sealing compound will harden with time and cannot be reused. (5) Clean  off  the  blade  of  the  screwdriver  or  putty  knife  with  a  clean  cloth  and  then  scoop  the  required amount of accelerator from its container into the mixing container with the base material. (6) Use  the  screwdriver  or  putty  knife,  and  with  a  circular  stirring  motion,  start  at  the  center  of  the  mixing container and move toward the edge of the container.  Repeat stirring motion until the two materials are completely mixed. 3-37

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