Compressed air used for cleaning purposes will not exceed 30 psi (2.1 kg/cm2).
Do not use steam to clean coil.
c. Cleaning. Clean coil with a soft bristled brush, vacuum cleaner and brush attachment, or use
compressed air at 30 psi or less from the inside of the coil to blow the dirt out. Take care to avoid fin damage.
When using compressed air wear safety glasses or goggles. Dirt can be blown into your eyes.
d. Repair/Replacement. Should a leak or major damage be evident refer to direct support maintenance.
e. Installation of removed items.
(1) Install the condenser air inlet guard.
(2) Install the top rear cover.
(3) Connect power at the power source.
(1) Check for missing, loose or damaged hardware. Replace all or damaged hardware.
(2) Inspect for dents, bends and cracked welds. Refer defects to be repaired to direct support
b. Repair. Refer all repairs other than hardware replacement to direct support maintenance.
PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT
4-48. PREPARATION FOR STORAGE
a. Administrative Storage of Equipment. See TM 740-90-1. Administrative storage is short term storage -- 1
to 45 days. It covers storage of equipment which can be readied for mission performance within 24 hours.
Before placing an item in administrative storage, the next scheduled preventive maintenance checks and
services should be performed, all known deficiencies corrected, and all current modification work orders
applied. The administrative storage site should provide required protection from the elements and allow access
for visual inspection when applicable.
(1) Unroll the fabric cover.
(2) Snap the cover in place.