TM 11-7440-232-12/NAVELEX 0967-LP-275-5010
PROCEDURE -- RF oscillator
1. Remove plug-in modules located at the left and right side of the RF oscillator, following procedures above. This
will make a suitable working space for you.
2. Remove cover plate and two attaching screws.
3. Grasp RF oscillator and pull it forward out of its socket.
4. Reinstall modules you removed in step 1, following reassembly procedure --paragraph 5-22. Be sure each
module is put back in its own shelf position.
The fumes of trichlorotrifluorethane are toxic. Refer to WARNING page in front of this manual for
precautions to follow when using trichlorotrifluorethane.
a. Use a dry, clean, lint-free cloth or brush to remove dust or dirt. If necessary, moisten the cloth or brush with
trichlorotrifluorethene. After cleaning, wipe dry with a clean cloth. (Item 2, App. E.)
Compressed air is dangerous and can cause bodily harm. Refer to WARNING page in front of
this manual for precautions to follow when using compressed air.
b. Dry, compressed air, not to exceed 29 psi, may be used to remove dirt and dust from inaccessible places, but not
5-21. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
a. Repair by replacement of plug in components.
Remove defective plug component, following procedure in paragraph 5-19, Removal.
Install serviceable plug, following procedure in paragraph 5-22, Reassembly.
b. Replacement of POWER fuse.
Push in cap of holder, turning counterclockwise to release.
Remove cap and fuse.
Replace fuse in cap and reinstall.
c. Replacement of power supply dc circuit fuses.
Remove power supply, following procedure in paragraph 5-19, Removal. Fuses can be readily seen on printed