c. Interior Surfaces.
Use care when using lint-free cloth to wipe
cleaning compound from resistors, as
Compressed air shall not be used for clean-
making colors may be removed.
ing purposes except where reduced to less
than 29 pounds per square inch (psi) and
(3) Wipe interior surfaces using lint-free cloth,
then only with effective chip guarding and
dampened (not wet) with cleaning compound (item 6,
personnel protective equipment. Do not
use compressed air to dry parts when
(4) Dry surfaces immediately with lint-free
has been used. Compressed air is danger-
(5) Wipe dust and dirt from casings, pins and
ous and can cause serious bodily harm if
cable clamps using lint-free cloth dampened (not wet)
protective means or methods are not ob-
with cleaning compound.
served to prevent chips or particles (of
(6) Dry surfaces immediately with lint-free
whatever size) from being blown into the
eyes or unbroken skin of the operator or
2-9. Removal and Replacement
Procedures listed are for removable modules, compo-
Air jet can damage delicate components.
nents, and assemblies as specified in the Mainte-
Be careful NOT to place air jet too close to
small coils or delicate components.
11-6130-429-12. Most parts and assemblies of the
converter can be reached easily without the use of
When necessary to disturb the position of
special tools or instructions. Replacement, however;
wiring and harness assemblies for clean-
may require special techniques to assure proper oper-
ing purposes, always replace them to their
ation. Tag all wires to be unsoldered, so as to avoid
original position after cleaning.
error when reconnecting.
(1) Remove dust, dirt, and foreign matter from
all surfaces, components, and wiring using air jet and
Do not attempt any unauthorized repairs
soft bristled brush (item 2, appx B).
on this equipment. Avoid personal in-
(2) Remove dust from connector holes and re-
jury- BE SAFE. Observe all cautions
cesses using air jet and soft bristled brush.
listed in the front of this manual.