Section V. REPAIR OF BODY
a. lnspection. Inspect panels for cracked or damaged boards and top rails, bent or damaged stakes and
loose fastenings. Inspect for deformed, broken and loose lock brackets, joint covers, knobs, pins and chains.
b. Repair. Repair panel boards with wood or metal cleats or, should such repairs be impractical or inter-
fere with function of panels, replace with new board. Bent lock brackets may be reshaped but, if cracked or
broken, must be welded or replaced. To heat for bending or in welding, brackets should be removed so a
adjacent wood will not be burned. Clean and repaint metal parts which may be bare or where paint has
a. Inspection. Inspect for dented or torn panels.
Check all hardware for visual defects. Check for
warpage of doors and uneven fit around edges.
Removal. Remove doors by following
procedures shown in steps 1 and 2 of
REMOVE THREE COTTER PINS
FROM HINGE PINS
REMOVING OR INSTALLING COTTER PIN
WITH DOOR SUPPORTED, REMOVE
THREE HINGE PINS SECURING
EACH DOOR. REMOVE DOOR.
POSITION DOOR REMOVED IN
STEP 2 ON HINGES AND INSERT
THREE HINGE PINS REMOVED
IN STEP 2 IN HINGES.
SECURE HINGE PINS WITH THREE
COTTER PINS REMOVED IN
REMOVING OR INSTALLING HINGE PIN