Section IV. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
that the tank is full. Wipe clean any fuel spills and
This section contains instructions covering those
maintenance functions which the operator/crew can
perform as allocated by the MAC (app. B). The
Service the friction lighter by replacing the flint.
paragraph titles correspond to the MAC.
This is accomplished by unscrewing. and removing
the flint tip from the lighter. If the tip has damaged
Refer to TM5-2805-256-14 for military engine model
or stripped threads, or, if it is defective, install a ser-
1A08-3. Instructions are furnished therein for ser-
viceable tip by reversing the removal procedure.
vicing the engine, including fillint the crankcase.
The duct another cords are used to secure the ducts
to the equipment or space to be heated. Using the
Refer to TM 5-2605-256-14 for inspection of engine
hooks found on both ends of the cords, secure the
ends of the 6 inch ducts to the equipment to be
heated by hooking the duct anchor cords to the "D"
rings on the ends of the ducts.
Refer to TM 5-2605-256-14 for servicing of engine
fuel filter, including removing and cleaning of
stallation of the 12 inch ducts. Removal is ac-
complished by reversing the procedure described.
a. Remoual. Select one end of the three 6-inch
ducts attached to the transition plate. Squeeze the
end of the duct together, detach the anchor pins from
the pin anchors and remove the duct. Use the same
procedure to remove the other two 6 inch ducts.
structions on installation of the 6 inch ducts.
3-13 Transition Plate, Ducts
stallation of the duct transition plates.
Remove the fuel filler cap. Fill until gage indicates