Figure 3. Complete Jack Assembly.
Section III. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
14. OPERATION IN DUSTY OR SANDY AREAS.
b. To minimize moisture contamination of the
hydraulic fluid, open the air vent only when required for
a. Lubricate the jack in accordance with lubrication
instructions contained in paragraph 23. Keep lubricant
containers clean and covered to prevent contamination.
16. OPERATION IN SALT WATER AREAS.
b. Protect the jack from dust and sand as much as
possible. Clean jack frequently and cover jack with
tarpaulin when not in use.
a. Protect all exposed metal surfaces from the
corrosive action of salt air with a thin film of oil.
15. OPERATION UNDER HUMID CONDITIONS.
b. Retouch or repaint the jack as required to protect
a. Clean all exposed areas frequently and apply a
painted areas from corrosion.
thin film of oil to all exposed metal surfaces.
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
17. UNCRATING EQUIPMENT
18. INSPECTION OF NEW EQUIPMENT.
a. Perform the before-operation services described
Exercise care in removal of the crate top to
prevent damaging the equipment with the
b. Make a thorough visual inspection of the
equipment for cracks, breaks, distortion, and loose or
a. Pry the top from the crate's sides and remove the
jack and allied parts from the crate.
c. Inspect all parts and assemblies for correct and
b. Remove the pressure-sensitive tape from all
Remove preservatives from all
unpainted metal surfaces with cleaning solvent (Federal