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Adjustment Procedure for Audio Amplifier A1 (located in SM-349/ARC-54)
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TM-11-6625-601-34 Maintenance Kit Electronic Equipment MK-733/ARC-54 (NSN
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TM 11-6625-601-34
Figure 2-13. Adjustment of Audio Amplifier A1, bench test
setup.
Service V. INSPECTION AND SERVICE
e. Gears. A gear is not serviceable if any of
2-22. Direct Support Inspection
the following conditions exist: broken, chipped
Inspection at the direct support level is limited
o r badly worn teeth; cracked or deformed
to items listed in table 2-5.
bodies.
f . Machined Metal Parts. A m a c h i n e d o r
Table 2-5. Items Requiring Direct Support Inspection
mechanical metal part is not serviceable if any
of the following conditions exist: physical dam-
Unit
Assembly
Test Set, Radio
Audio Amplifier A1
age to surfaces, corners, and edges; roughness
TS-1967/ARC-54
Directional  Coupler
of surface; corrosion or rust; presence of foreign
Attenuator/Dummy Load AT1
matter; or damaged finish.
Blower B1
g. Electrical Components. All electrical parts
RF Power Meter M1
Simulator
Frequency Counter Assembly
shall show no indication of broken, cracked or
Test Set,
Audio Amplifier A
otherwise deteriorated insulation due to aging
SM-349/ARC-54
Motor Control A2
o v e r h e a t i n g , flashover or other mechanical
damage. All connecting wires shall be of the cor-
rect length and insulated as required by the
a. General. All assemblies and subassemblies
applicable part.
should be clean and free of foreign material.
h. Rubber, Synthetic Rubber, and Neoprene
b. Connectors. Connectors are not serviceable
Parts. A rubber, synthetic rubber or neoprene
if they have bent, broken or corroded contacts.
c. Markings.  All nomenclature  markings,
part is not serviceable if any of the following
conditions exist: deformation (tears, creases,
stampings and decals shall be clean and legible.
f o l d s , longation); rough surfaces; imbedded
d. Covers. A cover is not serviceable if any of
foreign matter; or loss of resiliency.
the following conditions exist: distortion, holes,
i. Molded, Extruded, and Machined Plastic
marred finish, corrosion or finish deficiency.
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