( 3 ) T o r e i n s t a l l d r a w e r , a l i g n drawer slide wheel
f. Adjustable Work Surface. The adjustable work sur-
r o l l e r s with table extension slides and push drawer into
f a c e is mounted to threaded inserts in the side of two
F o u r different positions are provided
c o r n e r consoles.
d . Card File Card and Pocket Rearrangement. The
cards of the card files may be removed simply by lifting the
card from the pocket and allowing it to bend as required.
(1) Remove the four sets of hardware holding each
New cards are installed by bending the cards slightly and
adjustable work surface support angle to the console.
i n s e r t i n g the corners into the angled slots corresponding
( 2 ) Align holes in adjustable work surface support
t o the card size used. Replace card pockets as follows:
a n g l e s to threaded inserts in corner console at the new
( 1 ) Locate the card pocket to be replaced and lift
(3) Fasten the adjustable work surface to the corner
all pockets above it.
consoles with the eight sets of hardware provided.
( 2 ) Bend the card pocket at a point between the
hinge hangers until one hinge can be slipped from its
g. Console Lights. All console lights are similar and are
operated by a pushbutton switch mounted on the housing
(3) Slide pocket off of other hanger.
e n d of each light unit. A reflector shade is provided to
( 4 ) Slide one hinge of new pocket on one hanger.
d i r e c t illumination to the work surface and the bulletin
Bend pocket enough to allow other hinge to engage other
h. Map Board. Either of the two toggle switches on the
( 5 ) Transfer card from old pocket to new pocket.
lower ends of the map board may be used to turn on the
(6) Lower pockets above new pocket and slide
m a p board lamps. Mount and remove maps and charts as
e. Equipment Tray Rearrangement.
( 1 ) Loosen the four knurled closure knobs at the
tray on each corner console normally has equipment, such
upper and lower center of the map board.
as a typewrites, mounted on it. For normal operation move
(2) Swing the plastic covers outward and open.
equipment trays as follows:
(3) P o s i t i o n m a p o r c h a r t a g a i n s t t h e b a c k b o a r d
and secure with masking tape.
(4) Close and secure both hinged covers.
( 5 ) To remove the map or chart, repeat steps (1)
( 1 ) Turn the knurled barrel counterclockwise until
through (4) in reverse order.
release spring is unloaded and barrel is up and free turning.
(2) Repeat step (1) for other barrel.
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( 3 ) Position the equipment tray on the new work
E Q U I P M E N T . Not applicable to this equipment.
(4) Depress one of the barrels and use the extended
screw pin as a locator for its socket in the work surface.
o p e r a t i o n of the equipment listed in table 1-4 and other
(5) Repeat step (4) to locate remaining socket.
(6) Turn both barrels clockwise until equipment
auxiliary equipment, refer to the applicable technical
tray is locked down finger tight.
Section Ill. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
a. Operation in Arctic Climates. S u b z e r o t e m p e r a t u r e s
It may be necessary to operate the
a n d climatic conditions associated with subzero weather
c e n t r a l under abnormal conditions of extreme cold, heat,
a f f e c t the efficient operation of the equipment. Handle
humidity, moisture, or sand. When equipped with external
t h e equipment carefully. Parts, particularly plastics and
a i r conditioning, the shelter will protect personnel and
wire insulation, become brittle at these temperatures.
material in temperatures ranging from -30F to +120F.