M A I N T E N A N C E INSTRUCTIONS
Section 1. OPERATOR'S MAINTENANCE
Clean and inspect all components of the
AN/MSC-31 regularly. Detailed mainte-
nance procedures pertaining to the major
components are covered in the appropriate
technical manuals (appx I).
a. Use a clean, dry, lint-free cloth or
brush for dusting.
b. For cleaning, if necessary, moisten
the cloth or brush with Cleaning Compound
(FSN 7930-395-9542); after cleaning, wipe
dry with a cloth. Do not use cleaning com-
pound on electrical contacts.
Warning: Cleaning compound is flam-
mable and its fumes are toxic. Do not use
near a flame; provide adequate ventilation.
c. Dry, compressed air, not exceeding
60 pounds per square inch, may be used to
remove dust from inaccessible places.
Warning: Compressed air is dangerous
and can cause serious damage to eyes,
ears, nose, and other parts of the body. It
also can cause mechanical damage to the
29. Daily Preventive
equipment. Do not use compressed air to
dry parts where cleaning compound has
condition of the equipment and spare parts.
28. Tools and Materials Required
b. Remove dirt, dust, grease, and mois-
ture from the exposed parts.
a. Tools and Test Equipment. The tools
c. Remove rust, corrosion, fungi, dirt,
and test equipment required for mainte-
and moisture from the binding posts, cable
nance of the major components are listed in
the applicable technical manuals (appx I).
The tool roll kit (fig. 2) is required for
d. Inspect the field wire connections at
maintenance of the S-183/MSC-31.
the binding posts for good contact.
Note. A list of running spares required for oper-
e. Inspect the ground rods and ground
ator's maintenance of the S-183/MSC-31 is con-
strap connections for good contact.