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Figure 3-38.  Removing Sealing Compound from a Setscrew
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Figure 3-40.  Applying Sealing Compound to a Setscrew
TM 9-254 3-13. Using Expendables - Continued Figure 3-39.  Mixing Two Part Curing Type Sealing Compound NOTE In steps (7) through (9), refer to figure 3-40. (7) Install the setscrew into the hole until it is securely seated.  Dip the tip of a scribe or similar device into the curing type sealing compound, and apply it to the head of the setscrew until the hole is filled.  Allow enough time for the sealing compound to cure and remove excess sealing compound with a single edge razor blade or knife. (8) Clean scriber tip with a clean cloth and cleaning solvent to remove all traces of sealing compound. (9) Dispose of any unused portion of the curing type sealing compound after the job is completed. NOTE In steps (10) through (14) refer to figure 3-41. (10)  To apply sealing compound to the internal groove of a cover, first remove two setscrews (6) and (3) to gain access to the groove. (11)  Use a sealing gun, filled with sealing compound and the correct adapter to inject the sealing compound into the groove through hole (1). (12)  Fill internal groove until the sealing compound comes out of hole (2).  Install setscrew (6) into hole (1) and remove setscrew (5). 3-38

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