ARMY TM 10-8340-224-13
AIR FORCE TO 35E5-6-1
4-6. GENERAL (CONT)
This manual cannot list all malfunctions that
may occur. If a malfunction is either not
listed or cannot be corrected by the prescribed
procedure, notify your supervisor.
Table 4-1. Unit Troubleshooting
Test or Inspection
1. FRAME ASSEMBLIES WILL NOT FIT TOGETHER.
Check for missing or bent frame components. Inspect for
2. TENT LEAKING
any bent or missing frame components.
Step 1. Check to make sure that windows are sealed, the stove
pipe opening is closed, all weather flaps are sealed,
and all hook and pile fasteners are secured.
Close stove pipe opening, seal weather flaps and
secure all hook and pile fasteners.
Step 2. Check for rips, tears, holes or separating seams in
the roof cap or wall fabric assemblies.
Repair any rips, tears, or holes not exceeding 6
inches in length as described in paragraph 4-8.
Refer more extensive damage to direct support
maintenance for repair.
Section IV. UNIT MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
4-7. GENERAL. This section contains unit maintenance procedures
applicable to the TEMPER components as authorized by the
Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC), Appendix B, of this manual.
The following topics are included as applicable: inspect, adjust,
remove, service, repair, and install. Repairs to the tent fabric
assemblies will be limited to rips and tears or holes not
exceeding 6 inches. Use the tentage repair kit (NSN 8340-00-262-
5767) to accomplish the repair. Consult FM 10-16 for specific
guidelines of tentage repair. All maintenance procedures in this
section can be performed by one person unless otherwise indicated