Degreasing solvent MIL-PRF-680, Type III, used to clean parts, is potentially
dangerous to personnel and property. Eye protection is required. Avoid repeated
and prolonged skin contact by wearing rubber gloves or nonporous gloves when
handling solvents or material wet with dry cleaning solvent. Wash hands
immediately after exposure with soap and water and use a lanolin based skin cream
to prevent skin drying. Do not use near open flame or excessive heat. Be sure there
is good ventilation or the solvent vapors will build up in the air and become a
poisonous mixture which can cause physical injury or even death.
Clean parts with drycleaning solvent. Dry with clean wiping rag.
Inspect all parts for damage. Look for damaged threads, worn, scored, or deformed parts, cracks or corrosion.
Replace damaged or defective components.
Rubber gloves should be worn when handling fueling system components due to the
toxic effects of some fuel additives.
Install seal (14) in dust cover (11).
Install seal (12) in coupling half (13).
Install dust cover (11) on coupling half (13).
Coat threads of coupling half (13) with sealing compound. Wipe off excess compound with clean, dry wiping rag.
Clamp strainer body (6) in a soft face vise and screw coupling assembly (10) into strainer body (6). Remove from vise.
Position strainer (8) in strainer housing (7).
Coat preformed packing (9) with silicone compound. Install packing over strainer and press into groove at end of
strainer housing (7).
Screw strainer body (6) onto strainer housing (7) until hand tight.
The two grounding cable lugs should be closest to the housing.
Install ground cable assembly (4) and cap assembly cable on the housing (5) with screw (3).
10. Push cap (2) onto collar (1).
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