lNSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
Exercise care in removal of the crate
top to prevent damaging the equipment
with the prying tool.
a. Pry the top from the sides of the crate and
remove the jack and its allied parts from the
b. Remove the pressure-sensitive tape from all
sealed openings. Clean preservatives from all
unpainted metal surfaces with cleaning solvent
(Federal Specification P-D-680).
7. INSPECTION OF NEW EQUIPMENT.
a. Peferom the before-operating services de-
scribed in paragraph 26.
b. Make a thorough visual inspection of the
equipment for cracks, breaks, distortion, and
loose or missing parts.
c. Inspect all parts and assemblies for correct
and secure mountings.
Figure 2. Controls.
d. Correct all deficiencies or report them to the
p r o p e r authority.
hose held above the attached end, actuate the
pump to fill the hose with oil. Attach the hose
8. SERVICING NEW EQUIPMENT.
to the cylinder and ram assembly.
a. Pump Assembly.
9. INSPECTION OF USED EQUIPMENT.
(1) Install the pump assembly (13, figure
1) on the foot assembly, (12) and secure with
Inspect a used tripod hydraulic jack, following
the clamp assembly (14).
instructions in paragraph 7. Pay particular atten-
tion to the components which may be worr:
top of the pump assembly. Fill with hydraulic
through use, such as the extension screw (2, fig-
oil (OH) within one inch of the filler hole.
b. Cylinder and Ram Assembly.
5). Correct or report all deficiencies to proper
(1) Lay the jack on its side so the inlet
opening at the bottom of the cylinder and ram
10. SERVICING USED EQUIPMENT.
assembly (5, figure 1) is up. Pour hydraulic oil
into the opening, expelling all air from the
Service a used tripod hydraulic jack in accord-
ance with instructions contained in paragraph 8.
Pay particular attention to filling the cylinder
(2) Attach the hose assembly (6, figure 5)
to the pump assembly. With the free end of the
and ram assembly with oil.