O R G A N I Z A T I O N A L MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. REPAIR PARTS, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
within the scope or organizational main-
tenance functions. Repair parts supplied
Repair parts, tools, and equipment over
and above those available to the operator
of this manual.
are supplied to the using organization for
maintaining the tester. Tools and equip-
52. Common Tools and Equipment
ment should not be used for purposes
other than prescribed and, when not in
Common tools and equipment having
use, should be properly stored.
general application to this materiel are
authorized by tables of allowances and
tables of organization and equipment.
Repair parts are supplied to the using
53. Special Tools and Equipment
organization for replacement of those
parts most likely to become worn,
No tools or equipment speciallv de-
broken, or otherwise unserviceable, pro-
signed for organizational maintenance
viding replacement of these parts is
are supplied or required for the tester.
Section II. LUBRICATION AND PAINTING
b. Points of Application. Oilers and
Since disassembly of the tester is re-
keyed to facilitate referencing in the lu-
quired, all lubrication is to be performed
brication chart (fig. 13). Wipe these de-
by organizational maintenance personnel.
vices and the surrounding surfaces clean
before applying lubricant.
cleaning and lubrication procedures as to
c. Reports and Records.
location, interval, and proper materials
(1) Report unsatisfactory perform-
for the tester.
a. General Disassembly and Assembly
preserving materiels, using DA
Form 2407, Maintenance Re-
(1) Remove the twelve No. 10 x 1/2
thread-cutiing tipping screws
(2) Maintain a record of the tester
on DA Form 2408-2, Lubrication
panel in place and lift the tester
(2) Prop the tester on end so lubri-
cation may be applied.
(3) After lubrication has been per-
Instructions for preparation of mate-
formed, place the tester back in
rials for painting, methods of painting,
and materials to be used are contained
the case, line up the screw
holes, and secure with the twelve
in TM 9-213. Materials for painting are