SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
Section I. SITE AND SHELTER REQUIREMENTS
The test set operates in the helicopter environment by be-
ing connected to the vertical instrument display system.
Section II. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIEL
a. Packing Data. When received, the Line Test Set verti-
cal Instrument Display System is packaged in a carton. The
test set carton is 54.61cm (21.5 inches) long by 52.07cm (20.5
inches) wide by 39.37cm (15.5 inches) deep. The volume of the
carton is 0.1 cubic meter (4.0 cubic feet), and its total weight
when packed for shipment is about 17.1 kg (38 pounds). A typi-
cal shipping carton and contents are shown in Figure 2.1.
b. Removing Contents.
(1) Cut or remove gummed tape from top of carton, and
(2) Remove polyethylene cushioning material.
(3) Lift test set from carton and remove remaining poly-
ethylene cushioning material.
2-3. Checking Unpacked Equipment.
To open the Line Test Set, release air pressure by
opening the air release valve.
a. Inspect equipment for damage caused during shipment.
If equipment has been damaged, report it on DD Form
6 in accordance with instructions in AR 700-58.
b. Check equipment against component listing in operators
manual and packing slip, to see if shipment is complete. Report
all discrepancies per instructions of DA PAM 738-751. Equip
ment should be placed in service even though a minor assem-
bly or part that does not affect proper functioning is missing.
c. Check to see whether equipment has been modified.
(Equipment which has been modified will have MWO
number on front panel, near nomenclature plate). Check
also to see whether all current applicable MWO have been
applied. (Current MWO applicable to equipment are listed
in DA PAM 25-30.
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