b. Assembly. (Reconnection of evaporator and condenser assemblies.)
(1) On a level surface, place the back of the evaporator assembly next to the front of the condenser section.
(Metal hose assemblies and slit in feed thru gaskets and mounting holes should match.)
(2) Carefully guide the refrigerant metal hose assemblies thru the evaporator housing opening and slide the
evaporator and condenser assemblies together.
(3) Use open end wrenches, and connect the low and high condenser to evaporator refrigerant metal hose line
connectors to the evaporator assembly half couplings.
(4) Leak test the connections. (See paragraph 4-8.)
(5) Connect J2 and J9 connectors.
(6) Move the two sections snug against each other and aline the holes.
(7) Using socket or combination wrench, secure the evaporator and condenser assemblies together with four
each hex head cap screws, lock washers, and flat washers.
Follow-on Procedures: 1. Install left end condenser cover. (See paragraph 3-27.)
2. Install right end condenser cover. (See paragraph 3-26.)
3. Install access cover. (See paragraph 3-14.)
4. Install air conditioner on shelter. (See paragraph 3-6.)
4-15. ELASTIC CORD (FILTER RETAINER)
Supplies: Adhesive (item 11, Appendix E)
a. For inspection/removal, see paragraph 3-12.
b. Cut cord to 7 ± 0.25 inch (17.8 ± 0.6 cm)
Dip ends of cord in adhesive, item 11, Appendix E.
d. Allow adhesive time to dry and trim frayed ends.
e. For installation, see paragraph 3-12.
4-16. FRESH AIR DUCT, OUTSIDE COVERS, SCREENS, FRAMES, GUARDS, AND INFORMATION AND
Supplies: Acetone or methyl-ethyl Ketone (MEK)
Adhesive (item 12, Appendix E)
a. General. The only authorized repairs for the fresh air duct, outside covers, frames, and grilles are: replacement
of EMI gaskets, adhesive backed gaskets, insulation, name and information plates, riveted fasteners and riveted lifting
rings. These procedures cover only those actions normally performed by direct support maintenance personnel. It is
assumed that, where appropriate, the removal and installation of the item to be repaired or replaced will be performed by
organizational maintenance personnel in accordance with procedures in Chapter 3.
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