Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
two slidelock fasteners. Lift the door
a. Packaging Data. All components of the
maintenance kit are contained in the transit
2-2. Checking Unpacked Equipment
case. When packed for shipment, the air vent on
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred
the transit case is opened, find the maintenance
during shipment. If the equipment has been
kit is placed on four polystyrene corner blocks
damaged, refer to paragraph 1-3b.
in the four bottom corners of a tri-wall fiber-
b. Check the equipment against the packing
board box. Four more corner blocks are placed
list. When no packing list accompanies the
on the top four corners of the maintenance kit.
equipment, check the equipment against the list
The box is then closed and taped shut. The box
of equipment supplied (para 1-6) and report
is 17-½ by 22-¼ by 26 inches; the corner blocks
any overages or shortages on DD Form 6 (para
are 6 by 6 by 6 inches with cutouts of 4 by 4 by
4 inches; the total weight is 50 pounds; and the
Note: Shortages of minor assemblies or subassemblies,
volume is 8.1 cubic feet. A typical shipping box
such as lamps or fuses, that do not affect the proper
and its contents are shown in figure 21.
functioning of the equipment should not prevent use of
b. Removing Contents.
If the equipment has been used or recon-
(1) Use a knife to cut the tape on the box.
ditioned, see whether it has been changed by a
Open the four flaps.
modification work order (MWO). If the equip-
(2) Remove the four corner blocks from
ment has been modified, the MWO number will
appear on the front panel near the nomenclature
the top of the box. Remove the main-
plate. Check to see whether the MWO number
tenance kit from the box.
and appropriate notations concerning the modi-
(3) Disengage the four twistlock clamps
fication have been entered in this manual.
and open the transit case.
Note: Current MWO'S applicable to the equipment
(4) Unlock the access door by sliding the
are listed in DA Pamphlet 310-4.