3-2 INNER (SMALL) EXIT DUCT, SHROUD AND VANE ASSEMBLY (AVIM) (Continued)
When handling combustion chamber
internal parts that have been exposed to
fuel containing tetraethyl lead, insure that
the by-product (poisonous lead oxide) is
not inhaled or taken into the body
through cuts or other external openings.
If accidental exposure occurs, drench
affected area with large amounts of clear
water and obtain immediate medical
Gloves and eye goggles shall be worn at
all times when handling contaminated
Remove assembly as follows:
a. Remove eight bolts (1) securing clamp (2) and
assembly (3) to compressor bearing cover flange (4).
Some engines do not include clamp plate.
The configuration of the flange of the
compressor turbine vane support on these
engines is shown as view A.
b. Remove assembly from gas generator case.
1. For ease of reassembly, suitably index-mark, at 12
o'clock position on flanges of shroud housing, outer vane
support and inner (small) exit duct using a Colorbrite
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