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INSTALLATION - TM-5-4120-375-14_305
TM5-4120-375-14 INSULATION  (CONT.) LOCATION/ITEM ACTION REMARKS REMOVAL WARNING Acetone  and  methyl-ethyl  ketone  are  flammable  and  their  vapors  are explosive.  Prolonged  or  repeated  inhalation  of  fumes  on  contact  with the skin can be toxic. Use in a well ventilated area, wear gloves and keep away from sparks or flame. 9. Insulation a. Scrape and pull off as much of the damaged insulation  as  possible. b. Soften  the  remaining  insulation  and  adhesive with acetone or MEK (Item 1 or  7 ,table  D-1). c . Repeat  the  softening  and  scraping  process  as required. d. Clean up metal surface with a cloth moistened in acetone or MEK. INSPECTION 10. Insulation REPAIR 11.  Insulation a. Inspect for damage. b. Repair or replace if damaged. a. Cut a sheet of the proper insulating material to correct shape. b. Coat the attaching side with adhesive (Item 2, table D-1) using a paint brush to ensure complete  coverage. c. Coat the metal with adhesive (Item 2 ,table D-1) to which the insulation is to be attached. d. Let  both  surfaces  air-dry  until  the  adhesive becomes tacky but will not stick to the fingers. e . Starting at one corner or at a narrow edge, carefully  bring  the  insulation  into  full contact with the metal. f. Press into firm contact all over. 5-136

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