OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (FIELD AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE)
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
a. Location of Handtools. Following is a typical
Shop sets, when received, are to be unloaded,
alphabetical listing of the location of common tools and
uncrated, depreserved, and inspected by field and depot
equipment in drawers and storage cabinets provided.
Cutout sections designed to fit and hold particular tools
may be inserted in drawers. This is to protect tools, to
129. Unloading and Uncrating New Equipment
make finding them easier, and to hold them securely
during transit. Drawers and open bins are numbered
a. Unloading. Remove shoring, blocks, tie downs,
from 1 to 63 chronologically from top to bottom in rows,
and chocks before unloading equipment.
counterclockwise, around the interior of the shop,
starting at the right rear.
Warning: Remove nails and loose strapping from
Tool and Equipment Drawer Location Instrument
Semitrailer Mounted C-8
Caution: Lift only at hoisting points provided
when equipment is to be unloaded from heights
above ground level (TM 9-2330-23814).
b. Uncrating and Servicing New Equipment.
Uncrating and servicing procedures will normally be
Block, Bench, Mechanic's
information required for unloading specific items are
contained in the technical manual for the item.
Broach Set, Jeweler's: pivot, cutting
c. Depreservation. Procedures for depreservation
12 broaches, cutting style
of new equipment will normally be as outlined in
Brush, Acid Swabbing
Brush, Artist's, rd taper point
Brush, Dusting, Bench
d. Removal of Compound and Devices. Remove
Brush, dusting, watchmaker's
rust preventive compounds, protective grease, or other
Lg Overall In.
Lg of Brush
coatings from new parts prior to installation. Prepare
new parts by pre-soaking or by other methods as
necessary. Lubrication of new parts will be as prescribed
in the appropriate lubrication order.