Removing Exterior Filters.
(1) Release the cover latch and lift the cover.
reinstallation in the frame.
(2) Loosen the 14 captive screws on the
lower frame; remove the frame from the opening.
(3) Remove and clean the filter.
4-8. Testing Indicator Lamps
(4) Replace the filter and frame by performing
a. The indicator lamps on the units in the radio
steps 1 through 3 in reverse order.
subsystem racks, except the high voltage power supply,
c. Removing the Door Filters.
are tested by pressing the push-to-test lamp sockets.
(1) Remove the filter from the top holding
The high voltage power supply has a FAULT CKT switch
frame and the filter from the bottom holding frame.
to test the FAULT/STATUS indicator lamps. When the
(2) Clean both filters.
switch is set to the TEST position, all lamps should light.
(3) Replace the filters in the frames.
b. To test the indicator lamps on the units in the
d. Cleaning the Filters.
(1) Wash the filters with soap and water.
manuals of these units.
(2) Rinse the filters.
Section IV. MAINTENANCE OF ANTENNA AS-3036/TSC
k. All assemblies and parts are seated in
mountings as applicable and, if attached by hardware,
are properly secured.
This section contains information and instructions for
I. Movement of all quick release pins is normal
inspection and cleaning of the antenna items.
and free from binding.
m. All cable clamps are tight, mounted at proper
locations, and are not cracked or broken.
n. Insulation is not broken or frayed.
o. All cables are properly routed and do not rub,
ensure that the
bind, or restrict installation, operation or replacement of
equipment is in a shutdown
p. All mechanical items are free of rust, corrosion,
personal safety precautions while
mud, or dirt.
working on the shelter and around
q. Paint and lubrication, where required, has not
Inspection of the antenna involves the checking for
mechanical damage and for proper tightness and fit of
connectors and interfacing items. The following list
should be used as a guide for inspection.
a. Metal surfaces are free from holes and are not
Use only those cleaning items and methods
bent, dented, torn, or otherwise ruptured.
specified. Any other substance or method
b. Casting are not cracked or broken, mate
may damage protective coatings or remove
properly, and securing hardware is in place and tight.
c. Metal structures are not deformed, and
alinement is not altered.
a. Remove dirt, dust, mud, and other foreign
d. Moveable items are free from binding.
substances with soft cloths dampened with Krylon No.
e. Mechanical bindings are tight where required.
1323 cleaner and degreaser and finish with a dry cloth.
f. Mounting hardware is tight and undamaged.
b. When required, deteriorated paint, corrosion,
g. Connectors are not loose, corroded, or broken.
and rust may be removed from mechanical parts with a
h. Connector pins are straight, locked properly,
wire brush or emery cloth.
clean and free from arcing.
Connector mountings are complete and tight.
1323 spray cleaner and degreaser.
Panels and covers seal well and close without