Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF FACSIMILE SET AN/TXC-1(*)
Caution: Be careful not to damage the bottles
and thermometers packed in the crate that con-
Facsimile Set AN/TXC-1(*) is intended for
tains Photographic Equipment PH-549/TXC-1.
fixed station installation. Choose a location with-
d. If the equipment has been in storage for a
in the station so that connections can be made
long period, check lubrication of the motor before
conveniently to the wire communication lines and
a power source of 115 volts at 60 cps. If a radio
circuit is to be used for facsimile transmission, the
transceiver should be situated no less than 4 feet
of Facsimile Set
or power lines, to prevent extraneous noise or
a. Removal of Drum Chock. Before making
hum pick-up that may affect transmission or re-
connections to the facsimile set, remove the drum
ception of satisfactory copy. If the equipment is
chock from its position under the lead screw di-
to be used to transmit copy, place it so that the
rectly beneath the engaging lever. Unfasten the
sun cannot shine directly on the drum. If the
two machine screws that hold the cap of the chock
transceiver is to be used to receive copy by photo-
to the top of the lead screw (fig. 8). Unfasten the
graphic processes, locate it in a darkroom.
two machine screws that hold the chock to the
transceiver chassis. Slide the chock toward the
13. Uncrating, Unpacking, and Checking
front of the transceiver at right angles to the lead
Caution: Do not slide the drum chock along
Note. For used or reconditioned equipment, refer to
the length of the lead screw because aluminum
chips from the chock may lodge in the threads.
Be careful when unpacking or handling the
equipment; it is damaged easily when it is not
b. Cord Connections oj Facsimile Set AN/TXC-
protected by the packing case. When unpacking,
1(*). Before making any connections, check to see
be careful to avoid damaging the packaging ma-
that all tubes are in their proper locations in
terials any more than is absolutely necessary.
Facsimile Transceiver TT-1(*)/TXC-1 and Recti-
Store the inside packaging materials in the ship-
fier Power Unit PP-86(*)/TXC-1 (figs. 9 and 10).
ping container for future use. Unpack and check
Note. Make sure that the power ON-OFF switch on
the equipment as follows:
the front panel of the transceiver is set at OFF.
a. Cut the steel straps.
(1) Connect the multiconductor cord of the
with a nail puller. Re-
move the top of the shipping container. Avoid
inserting the plug into the receptacle at
prying with a crowbar or other tool.
the right-hand end of the transceiver
c. Lift the packaged equipment from the box
and carefully remove the fiberboard box, the mois-
(2) Connect the ac plug on the two-conductor
ture-vaporproof barrier, and other packaging ma-
terial. Figure 7 shows typical packing for export
a 115-volt, 60-cps outlet.
of the Facsimile Transceiver TT-1(*)/TXC-1.