The radar scattering screen will ignite and burn if it
comes near or touches a hot exhaust pipe, a hot
stove pipe, or an antenna which is transmitting.
Do not completely cut the netting. Do not completely
cut the garnish material around the circle.
Mark a 16 inch diameter circle in the garnish material.
Exercise care when using sharp or pointed tools to
prevent injury to personnel.
Cut the garnish material for a distance of approximately three-fourths of the
Lay the garnish material flap back to expose the netting and temporarily se-
cure the flap to the screen with plastic straps provided in the repair kit.
Place the screen in such a way that the antenna is located in the center of
the exposed netting and assure that approximately eight inches are main-
tained between the antenna/exhausts and garnish material at all times.
Place all aluminum support poles a minimum distance of four feet from the
After the antenna is removed, repair the screen by removing the plastic
straps holding down the garnish flap. Place the garnish flap in its original
position and secure it in place with plastic straps.
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