SECTION II DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
5-2. CIRCUIT BREAKER COVER REPAIR.
This task covers:
Adhesive, General Purpose
General Safety Instructions.
Acetone and methyl-ethyl ketone (MEK) are
flammable and their vapors can be explosive.
Repeated or prolonged skin contact or
inhalation of vapors can be toxic Use m a
well ventilated area, wear gloves, and keep
away from sparks or flame
Remove as much old gasket material (1) or (2) as possible by pulling or scraping it away from the circuit
breaker cover (3)
Soften and remove old adhesive and gasket (1) or (2) residue, using acetone or methyl-ethyl ketone
(MEK) and a stiff brush.
Be sure that the attaching surface of the circuit breaker cover (3) is clean and free of paint and old
Coat the mating surfaces of the circuit breaker cover (3) and gasket (1) or (2) with adhesive. Let both
surfaces air dry until adhesive is tacky, but will not stick to fingers
Starting with an end, carefully press gasket (1) or (2) onto the circuit breaker cover (3) Press firmly
overall to ensure complete contact