TM 11-7440-232-12/NAVELEX 0967-LP-275-5010
(1) Cut and fold back the metal straps.
Do not pry off the boards. Prying may damage the equipment.
Remove the nails from the top and one side of the wooden packing box with a nailpuller.
Open the moisture-vaporproof barrier that covers the outer carton.
Open the outer carton. Open the second moisture-vaporproof barrier that covers the inner carton.
Remove and open the inner carton.
Remove the corrugated filler.
Remove and open the envelope that contains the technical manuals.
Remove the major and minor components.
b. Checking Unpacked Equipment
Inspect the equipment for damage incurred during shipment. If the equipment has been damaged, report the
damage on SF 364, Report of Discrepancy.
Check the equipment against the packing slip to see if the shipment is complete. Report all discrepancies in
accordance with the instructions of TM 38-750 and DA PAM 738-750. If the packing slip is not available, check
the equipment against the components list in Appendix B. Report shortages on Standard Form 361. Shortage of
a minor assembly or part that does not affect proper functioning of the equipment should not prevent use of the
Check to see whether the equipment has been modified. Equipment that has been modified will have the MWO
number on front panel, near the nomenclature plate. Check also to see whether all currently applicable MWO's
have been applied. Current MWO's applicable to the equipment are listed in DA PAM 310-1.
5-5. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
(1) The digital data modem is to be mounted into an equipment rack by general support maintenance as
required by the system plan. The location in the rack and connection instructions are included with the
(2) If the modules have been shipped in the modem shelf, remove them until all external connections have
been made and verified. This will prevent accidental damage to the modules during modem shelf
(3) Check the mounting flange position before attaching the modem shelf in the rack. Move the flanges as
necessary to obtain the desired spacing between the rack and the front of the modem. Also make certain
that the hinged front cover can be lowered sufficiently to permit removal of the modules.
(4) Attach the modem shelf with mounting screws.
b. Tools And Test Equipment Required For Installation
The tools and test equipment required for installation are given in the Tools and Test Equipment chart in