erative detector set. Use rosincore solder when
When removing moving attaching hardware, exer-
cise extreme care while drilling or chiseling
If a wire is broken from a terminal connector,
to prevent damage to case exterior.
replace the connector.
Catch, strike or handle removal.
(3) If a break in a wireis in accessible, diaconnect
both ends of the wire and connect a new wire of the same
gage and insulation to the proper terminals. Properly tag
If latches or handle are welded onto case,
both ends of all replacement wires. Let the new wire follow
remove by chiseling. If latches or handle are attached by
the same path as the old as far as practicable, and in any
rivets, use drill bit large enough to drill out rivet head only.
event make sure that it does not interfere with normal
Remove remainder of rivet with pliers.
operation of the equipment.
(b) Remove damaged component and discard.
Refinish surface area by sanding and spot
Removal. The top and bottom case latch and
keepers may be removed by drilling or chiseling. If they are
removed by drilling, make sure that you first center punch
the rivet. Use a 1/8" drill and only drill deep enough to
remove the head of the rivet. Use pliers to remove the rest
of the rivet.
Manufacturer's replacement catch will have a
Installation. Make sure that all remnants of the
butt plate pre-assembled to catch for welding
old rivets are removed. Use blind rivets to fasten both catch
purposes. Catch ordered with MS part number
may be used with rivets.
Position catch or handle and secure with rivets or
Wipe case (1) exterior with a dampened cloth.
Remove dirt and grime accumulation from
pressure release valve (10).
Inspect pressure relief valve (10), sealing
washer (11) and rivnut (12) for damage and proper opera-
(2) Inspect catch (4) and strike (8) for damage
and proper operation.
Inspect carrying handle (6) for serviceability.
Inspect gasket (7) for dry rot and service-
Inspect cover insert (2) and base insert (9) for
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