e. Remove the CASE VENT HOSE from the two stowage clamps. Position hose for access to the
panel retaining screw.
f. Remove the cap from the RETURN hose fitting. Wipe up any spilled fluid which may drain from
the fitting. Use care to prevent contamination from entering the system.
Remove the flat head panel retaining screw near the RETURN hose fitting.
Cap the RETURN hose attachment fitting.
Remove the remaining 11 panel retaining screws around the edge of the panel.
The panel weighs about 130 pounds. Be careful when lifting the panel
to prevent personnel injury.
j. Carefully lift the panel from the case. Tilt it so that the tubes below the panel clear the case.
k. Support the panel face upon wood blocks.
5-23. Interior Inspection.
a. (See fig. 6-5.) Inspect below the panel for leaks or damage to hydraulic tubes and components.
b. Inspect case and chassis for damage and loose or missing hardware.
c. Inspect controls, valves, wires and switches for loose, damaged, or missing parts.
d. Inspect wiring for damage. Check electrical connectors for damaged or broken wiring at the pins.
5 - 2 4 . C l e a n i n g
a. Clean electrical components (switches and wiring) with a clean dry cloth (Item 4, table 5-2).
Dry cleaning solvent 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 hydromechanical parts with a clean cloth (Item 4, table 5-2) and dry cleaning solvent (Item
1, table 5-2).
5-25. Replacement of Solenoid Valve.
a. (See fig. 6-5. ) Remove the panel from the case. (Ref para 5-22.)
b. (See fig. 5-1.) Remove the solenoid electrical connector attaching screw.
c. Disconnect the solenoid connector and remove the gasket.
d. Remove the four screws which attach solenoid to subplate.