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Section   III. GENERAL   MAINTENANCE   INSTRUCTIONS
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figure  5-2.  Compressor.  removal and installation.
fittings  must  be  completely  clean  on  inside  prior  to to  prevent damage.   Capillary   tubes   must   be installation. handled   very   carefully   to   prevent   kinking   of   the 5-15.   Valves tubes. Valves  and  other  parts  should  be  handled  carefully Section IV. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS 5-16. General This  section  covers  removal  of  all  major  assemblies of the air conditioner which are the responsibility of the   direct   support   and   general   support   main- tenance.   The   refrigerant   piping   and   valves   cannot be   removed   as   a   unit   and   only   those   parts   that require   replacement   should   be   removed.   Removal and   installation   instructions   for   individual   valves and   other   components   of   the   refrigeration   system are  contained  in  this  section.  Refer  to  paragraph  5- 7   before   performing   maintenance   on   the refrigeration    system. 5-17.  Compressor l .  GeneraL  The  compressor  is  a  self-contained hermetically   sealed   unit   and   cannot   be   repaired. b.   Removal.   Remove   compressor   as   follows: (1)  Refer  to  paragraph  6-3  and  discharge  the refrigerant    system. (2)   Refer   to   paragraph   4-21   and   remove   top covers. (3)   Refer   to   figure   5-2   and   disconnect   elec- trical   connector. (4)   Disconnect   tubing   as   required   to   permit removal   of   compressor. (5)  Remove  four  screws,  washers,  lock  washers and   compressor   mount   bushings. 5-5

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