cabinets at hinge points, on sliding surfaces, and at points
62. Storage Cabinets
of closing. Use a good grade of light lubricating oil; do
not use more lubricant than is required to maintain normal
Operator maintenance of the storage cabinets is
operating conditions; wipe off excess lubricants with a
limited to service and adjustments. Service will consist of
clean, dry cloth.
Adjustment of cabinets may be
cleaning, lubrication, and other preventive maintenance
accomplished by the operator when disassembly is not
services (pars. 32-35). Use a solution of water and mild
required; generally this will consist of alining hinges,
soap or detergent for cleaning purposes under usual
slides, locking bars, and closing points.
operating conditions. Cleaning under unusual operating
conditions (pars. 19-27) may require more active cleaning
Note. Adjustments to storage cabinets should be
agents such as cleaning solvents. Care should be
made by the operator only when the operating efficiency
exercised in application and use of cleaning solvent so as
will be impaired if the misalinement is not corrected.
not to damage the finish of the cabinets. Lubricate the