5-6. Painting and Refinishing Procedure
Wear a face mask and asbestos gloves
Remove rust and corrosion from metal surfaces
when working in the vicinity of the
by sanding them lightly with fine sandpaper.
Brush two thin coats of paint on the bare metal
to protect it from further corrosion. Refer to ap-
b. Clean both sides of the window using soap
plicable cleaning and refinishing practices and
and water. Rinse away soap and dry the window
materials specified in SB 11-573 and TB 746-10.
with a clean, lint free cloth.
c. Clean the reflector using a clean, lint free
5-7. Organizational Cleaning Procedures
cloth dampened with alcohol. Gently wipe from
center to outer edge. Do not use any cleaning
o r g a n i z a t i o n a l maintenance personnel are re-
solvents or abrasive compounds on the reflector.
sponsible for cleaning the reflector.
Section III. ORGANIZATIONAL TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIRS
trouble symptom is not listed, refer to higher
category of maintenance. After performing each
Troubleshooting of this equipment is based on
corrective action sequence, return to the starting
the operational checks described in paragraph
procedure to check whether the trouble symptom
9 through 14.
is still present. If the symptom is still present, re-
ment, follow the operational checks until a trouble
fer to higher category of maintenance.
symptom is found, and then refer to the trouble-
shooting chart (para 5-9). Locate the trouble
Check to be sure that the CIRCUIT
symptom in the chart, isolate the trouble using
TEST indicator lamp is not defective be-
the CIRCUIT TEST switch and indicator, and
fore starting the troubleshooting pro-
perform the indicated corrective action. If the