c. Clean the front panel, meters, gages, control knobs, and switches. Use a clean, soft cloth. If
necessary, dampen the cloth (item 2, table 3-1) with water. Mild soap (item 3, table 3-1) can be used for
more effective cleaning.
Table 3-1. Consumable Materials, A VIM Operator
Dry Cleaning Solvent
Soap, Toilet, Liquid and Paste
Cloth, Abrasive, Type II Class 1, 220 Grit or Finer
Naphtha, Aliphatic, Type II
Enamel, Light Gray, Type 111 Class 2
Urethane Coating, Light Gray Color No. 26492
Urethane Coating, Black, Color No. 17038
P-D-680, Type 2
Bodine No. LO 38
3-4. Touchup Painting.
a. Remove corrosion from metal surfaces by sanding them with abrasive cloth (item 6, table 3-1).
Naphtha is combustible and toxic. It can irritate skin and cause burns.
Use only with adequate ventilation, away from open flame. In case of
contact, immediately flush skin or eyes with water for at least 15
minutes. Get medical attention for eyes.
b. Clean sanded surfaces using aliphatic naphtha (item 7, table 3-1).
c. Apply epoxy primer MIL-P-23377 (item 4, table 3-1) to sanded areas.
d. Apply finish coats as follows:
(1) Case finish - Light gray enamel MIL-E-15090 semi-gloss, Type 111, class 2 (item 8, table 3-l).
(2) Panel finish - Light gray urethane coating MIL-C-83286, color 26492 (item 9, table 3-1).
(3) Panel markings - Black urethane coating MIL-C-83286, color 17038 (item 10, table 3-1).
e. Refer to applicable cleaning and refinishing practices in TM 43-0139.
3 - 5 . L u b r i c a t i o n
a. Switches, crank arm bearings and the bearing secured by No. 3 rig pin, are permanently lubri-
cated. No lubrication is required.
b. The hydraulic unit cycle motor gear box is lubricated with oil (item 11, table 3-1). Add oil as
follows: (See fig. 3-1.)
(1) Remove the oil level plug.