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TM 9-254 Section VII.  SAFE STORAGE OF LOOSE PARTS 3-15. General. During  disassembly  and  assembly  operations,  temporary  preservation  procedures  are  required  in  order  to  protect  parts from contamination and corrosion  Small loose parts from units that are disassembled should be kept in a plastic storage container.  Larger assemblies should have all openings covered with lens paper, and sealed with tape to prevent entrance of airborne dirt and moisture. 3-16. Storage Containers. a. Plastic  Storage  Container  (fig.  3-44).    When  units  are  being  disassembled,  loose  parts  from  these  units should be placed in plastic storage containers in a logical order of disassembly.  Use a separate storage container for each assembly or subassembly and label each tray. (1) Use plastic storage containers with a top if available, to keep loose parts separate and in order so that reassembly may be made easier. (2) If mechanical parts are to be stored in the trays for a few days before assembly, do not remove the old grease.  A perfectly clean metal will corrode. (3) Optics which are being held for inspection or installation should be covered with lens paper and sealed in polyethylene bags. (4) Store the plastic storage containers containing parts in a safe area where they will not be lost or knocked over. b. Polyethylene Bags (fig. 3-44).  If plastic storage containers are not available, store loose parts in various sizes of polyethylene bags.  Label bags to indicate order of disassembly. Figure 3-44.  Storage Containers for loose parts 3-42

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