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Figure 3-39.  Mixing Two Part Curing Type Sealing Compound
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Figure 3-42.  Applying Insulating Compound on a Transistor
TM 9-254 3-13. Using Expendables - Continued Figure 3-40.  Applying Sealing Compound to a Setscrew (13)  Insert sealing gun into hole (2) and fill internal groove until sealing compound comes out hole (4).  Install setscrew (3) into hole (2) and remove setscrew (6). (14)  Insert sealing gun into hole (4) and fill internal groove until sealing compound comes out hole (1).  Install setscrew (5) and (6).  Figure 3-41. Sealing Internal Groove Figure 3-41.  Sealing Internal Groove f. Silicone  Heat  Sink  Compound  (fig.  3-42).    Insulating  compound  acts  as  a  heat  conductor  to  dissipate  heat generated by the electrical components and as an electrical insulator.  A general procedure for the application of a silicone type insulating compound is described below: 3-39

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