O R G A N I Z A T I O N A L MAINTENANCE
Section I. ORGANIZATIONAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
39. Materials Required for Organizational
38. Tools Used With Facsimile Set
Maintenance of Facsimile Set
The following organizational maintenance tools
The tools and materials listed below are not
are required for maintaining the equipment and
1 Tube Puller TL-201 (fig. 73).
may be secured through regular supply channels.
1 Screwdriver TL-467/U: 2" blade, 5/32"
Abrasive, crocus cloth; 9" x 11" sheet
tip, 5" lg o/a; w/2 blades.
Brush, cleaning; " w x 527/32 lg
Brush, oval; sash; 1" x 9" lg
1 Screwdriver, 4-inch blade; 3/16 inch wide by
Brush TL-72: camel's hair; " w; flat
.032 inch thick bit.
Burnisher, contact; pen type with pocket clip
1 Screwdriver TL-359/U; 6" lg blade; 11"
Cheesecloth, bleached; 36" w
Cleaner, lens; Kodak 1-oz bottle
1 Weighing Scale (for checking clutch tension)
Lens tissue, 3" x 5"
1 Wrench TL-567/U, Allen type, hexagonal
Paper, sand; #0000
key for No. 5 set screws.
Polish, metal; paste
1 Allen wrench, for No. 6 Allen set screws.
Solvent, Dry Cleaning (SD) (Fed spec P-S-661a)
Section Il. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES
(1) If necessary, except for electrical contacts,
of Preventive Maintenance
moisten the cloth or brush with solvent
Preventive maintenance is work performed on
(SD); then wipe the parts dry with a
equipment (usually when the equipment is not in
use) to keep it in good working order so that break-
(2) Clean electrical contacts with a cloth
downs and needless interruptions in service will be
moistened with carbon tetrachloride;
kept to a minimum. Preventive maintenance
then wipe them dry with a dry cloth.
differs from trouble shooting and repair since its
Caution: Repeated contact of carbon
object is to prevent certain types of trouble from
tetrachloride with the skin or prolonged
breathing of the fumes is dangerous.
41. General Preventive Maintenance
Make sure adequate ventilation is pro-
c. Clean carbon deposits from the face of the
00 sandpaper to remove corrosion
drum with a clean cloth dampened with water.
except on or near mechanical parts, such as plugs.
Use only enough water to moisten the cloth. Do
b. Use a clean, dry, lint-free cloth or a dry brush
not wet the lead screw or the adjacent surfaces.