LUBRICATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
6-5. The rods of the distributor elevating mech-
anism should always have a thin film of lubricating
oil, MIL-L-2104C or equivalent.
6-2. Table 6-1 lists the periodic inspection and
6-6. A small amount of grease may be applied to
maintenance requirements of the tester.
the leadscrews when required.
6-4. All of the rotating bearings in this tester are
6-8. The electric meters used in the tester are seal-
lubricated for the life of
the tester, with the excep-
ed military types and are considered uneconomical
tion of the electric motor
tor should be lubricated
at three year intervals by
6-9. Most of the tester systems are individual mod-
removing the oiler caps at
each end of the motor and
ules and can be replaced as such.
adding lubricating oil.
Inspect for secure mounting of all parts, loose or missing hardware
and evidence of corrosion. Thoroughly clean interior. Tighten
any loose components. Replace any missing or damaged parts.
Check for secure mounting and ease of operation, tighten any loose
Instruments and controls
Check for zero indication.
Check inventory of accessory adapters and tools against table 2-1,
replace missing items.