Perform all cleaning in a well lit, clean, and properly ventilated room.
Use approved personnel protective equipment (goggles/face shield) when
using compressed air. Air pressure is restricted to a maximum of 35 psi. Do
not direct air stream toward self or other personnel as injury may occur.
Cleaning Solvent is combustible and toxic to eyes, skin, and respiratory tract.
Wear protective gloves and goggles/face shield. Avoid repeated or prolonged
contact. Use only in well ventilated areas (or use approved respirator as
determined by local safety/industrial hygiene personnel). Keep away from
open flames or other sources of ignition.
Trichloroethane is toxic to eyes, skin, and respirator tract. Skin and eye
protection required. Avoid repeated or prolonged contact. Good general
ventilation is normally adequate.
Do not immerse electrical components in cleaning solvent. Wipe clean with a
cloth dampened in soap and water solution.
If parts are not to be inspected immediately after cleaning, spray with WD-40
to prevent rust spots.
1. Clean electrical connector pins in accordance with referenced procedures.
2. Clean electrical components by wiping clean with cloth dampened in trichloroethane. Wipe with a clean, dry
cloth and allow to air dry.
3. Ensure all old grease is removed from bearings. Lubricate with grease at reassembly.
4. Wash remaining components in cleaning solvent, rinse thoroughly, and dry with compressed air.
Repair of parts is limited to removal of minor nicks, burrs, scratches, or other surface damage using aluminum
oxide cloth or fine abrasive. Clean part thoroughly after repair. If damage is extensive, or if minor repair will affect
serviceability, replace part.