Tools and Materials. The following tools and materials are required when
cleaning the processor:
Lint-free cloths (item 3, appx E)
Soft-bristle brush (item 2, appx E)
Dishwashing compound or detergent (item 4, appx E)
Alcohol isopropyl (item 1, appx E)
Vacuum cleaner with attachments.
Cleaning. Cleaning of the processor is limited to the following activities:
Turn off power before working on equipment.
Failure to do so can cause serious injury to
Use alcohol only in well-ventilated area away
from fire, sparks, or any other heat source that
might ignite it.
Dusting of all external surfaces.
Wiping off smudges and deposits of foreign matter.
(3) Clearing debris off of the processor and from the immediate area around the
(4) Vacuuming dust/debris from the air inlet ducts, and from the blower assembly at
the rear of the processor.
TESTING AFTER REPLACEMENTS OR REPAIRS
Upon completion of all replacements and/or repairs, the processor is tested as follows:
The processor is a heavy piece of equipment.
Always use three technicians when moving or
lifting the unit to prevent injury to personnel.
(1) Place the processor in a stand-alone configuration on a workbench with no l/O
cabling attached. Then apply power to the processor (para 2-7) and ensure that