Remove all easily accessible parts and scatter them
g. Demolition by Submersion. Totally submerge
through dense foliage, bury in dirt or sand, or throw in a
hydraulic jack in a body of water to provide concealment
lake, stream, or other body of water.
and water damage.
f. Demolition by Burning. Pack rags, clothing, or
other flammable material saturated with, hydraulic fluid
A body of salt water will do
or other flammable liquids around pump assembly and
greater damage to metal parts
than submersion in fresh water.
Section II. INSTALLATION
Section III. INSPECTION AND SERVICING
3-10. Inspection Requirements.
inspection criteria applicable to the hydraulic jack upon
Refer to paragraph 3-6 for servicing criteria.
placing it in service or storage. Additional inspection
criteria pertinent to disassembly of components will be
found in the applicable disassembly instructions.
Section IV. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE .
3-12. Preventive Maintenance.
Preventive maintenance at the organizational
Refer to paragraphs 3-6 b and 3-6 c for lubrication
level shall be accomplished in accordance with table 3-
instruction applicable to the hydraulic jack.
Refer to paragraph 3-6a for cleaning instructions
applicable to the hydraulic jack.
Table 3-1. Organizational Preventive Maintenance
Perform operator's daily preventive maintenance services.
Inspect casters and caster arm assemblies for dirt and corrosion and check for proper operation.
Lubricate hydraulic jack.
Perform monthly organizational preventive maintenance services.
Flush and refill reservoir.
Paint hydraulic jack.