Section II. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITION
c. Detailed operating instructions for hand tools, shop equipment,
electrical power source, and other TM 9-4933-223-13&P components
furnished with the shop set, or used with it, are contained in manufacturer's
instructions or other TM's.
Never attempt to move or lift the shop set without first
d. For removal/installation instructions and operating instructions for
putting it in the stowed condition.
ventilation fans, refer to TM 10-5410-224-14.
e. For removal/installation instructions for ECU's, refer to TM 10-5410-
224-14; for operating procedures, refer to TM 5-4120-243-14.
The left and right table references mean the two tables
seen while standing in the cargo doorway and looking
2-4. ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE
into the shop set at that entrance.
The ends of the shop set are referred to as the
When removing tie down and mounting hardware, ensure all
personnel door and cargo door ends.
items are stored in the storage chest as they will be used
The left and right sides of the shop set are those seen
while standing in the cargo doorway and looking into
the shop set at that entrance.
a. This chapter gives information and procedures for preparing the
armament repair shop set for operation (assembly and preparation for use)
and putting the shop set in the stowed condition (p 2-20, preparation for
b. Procedures for lifting the shelter, leveling the shelter,
installing/removing ventilation fans and ECU's, deployment of foldout
a. Deployment of Shelter.
panels, and other operations are contained in TM 10-5410-224-14. Become
familiar with these procedures before operating.
(1) Remove strap (1) holding coiled electrical cable (2) and air
conditioning cable (3) to conduit (4) on wall above personnel door