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6. ELECTRIC LIGHT NOT FUNCTIONING.
Step 1. Check to see the light is working properly.
Connect the light to the power source.
If the bulb is not functioning, replace the bulb.
If the electric light is not working, replace the whole light.
Step 2. Check for cuts or tears in the cable assembly and extension cord.
Replace cable assembly.
Section III. OPERATOR MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
3-5. GENERAL. This section contains operator's maintenance procedures for the FSC equipment.
a. Tent. Procedures to maintain the tent are contained in either TM 10-8340-224-13 or TM 10-8340-240-12&P.
b. Lantern or Electrical Light. Refer to FM 10-23 for the Lantern. Refer equipment to unit maintenance for
maintenance procedures of the Electrical Light.
c. M2 Burner Unit. Procedures to maintain the M2 Burner Units are contained in TM 10-7360-204-13&P.
d. Modern Burner Unit (MBU) Procedures to maintain the MBU are contained in TM 10-7310-281-13&P.
3-7. CLEANING AND SANITATION.
Dry cleaning solvent, A-A-771 TY 1, used to clean parts is potentially dangerous to personnel and
property. Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact by wearing rubber or non-porous gloves when
handling the solvent or material wet with dry cleaning solvent. Wash hands immediately after exposure
with soap and water and use a lanolin based skin cream to prevent skin drying. Do not use near open
flame or excessive heat. Flash point of solvent is 1000 F(380C). Do not work with solvent in a closed room.
Be sure there is good ventilation or the solvent vapors will build up in the air end become a poisonous
mixture which can cause physical injury or even death.
Do not use abrasive cleaners or wire brushes on components or accessories. You may
damage the finish.
a. Clean storage rack assemblies, sink assemblies, drain table, work table and accessories such as sink immersion
racks with soap and water.
b. Use a nonabrasive scouring pad (Item 4, Appendix E) for removing corrosion.
c. Check for signs of corrosion and peeling. The coating over the metal may show spots. Remove spots with soap and
hot water or dry cleaning solvent A-A-711 TY1 (Item 2, Appendix E) using a nonabrasive scouring pad.
d. After cleaning, check that all parts are secure.