UNIT MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL. Unit level maintenance and repair will primarily involve shelter exteriors or easily
accessible interior areas. Do not operate electronic equipment when floors, ceilings, or walls show
evidence of water intrusion. Notify your supervisor if any of the following conditions exist:
a. Structural. Panel damage spans a structural member.
b. Wall, Ceiling, and Floor Panels.
Replacement of an entire wall, ceiling, or floor is
Unauthorized Removal of Equipment. Extensive removal of equipment is necessary that
is beyond the capability of using the LMS Type 1 Shelter.
d. Welding. Welding is required.
e. Distortion of Panels. Damage to a structural member is severe enough to cause
distortion of a wall, especially an edge or corner area.
Non-visible Damage Assessment. Lift fittings or corner castings are damaged severely
enough to indicate possible damage to the underlying structure member.
SPECIAL TOOLS, TMDE, AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. No special tools or test equipment are
required to repair the shelter.
REPAIR PARTS. Refer to the Repair Parts, Special Tools List (RPSTL) TM 10-5411-235-23P for the
authorized repair parts used by Unit Maintenance in the repair of the shelter.
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