6-11. Gas Producer Fuel Control - Installation - Continued
Prolonged contact with lubricating
oil (item 4, Appendix D) may cause
a skin rash. Those areas of skin and
clothing that come in contact with
lubricating oil should be thoroughly
washed immediately. Enclosed areas
where lubricating oil is used should
be adequately ventilated to keep
mist and fumes to a minimum.
1. Drive Shaft
Splines, and Studs
2. Fuel Control
When removing or installing fittings
in the fuel control, be careful not to
cause a load on the drive shaft.
If a new fuel control is to be installed,
transfer the tube fittings from the
removed control to the new control.
Use new preformed packings. Lubri-
cate preformed packings on fuel tube
fittings with oil (item 4, Appendix D).
Do not lubricate preformed packings
on air tube fittings, Tighten unions
to 75-110 in. lb (0.9 -1.3 kg/m). Do
not tighten jam nuts.
Grease (item 37, Appendix D)
Antiseize Compound (item 6, Appendix D)
Oil (item 4, Appendix D)
Make certain the fuel control drive splines
are properly engaged in the gearbox drive
splines; the fuel control must be flush
against the gearbox mounting pad.
Coat fuel control drive
shaft splines with lubri-
cant, the studs with
antiseize compound, and
fuel tube fitting with
Install fuel control on
mounting pad studs.
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