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Section II.  OPERATOR PMCS
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Table 2-1.  OPERATOR PMCS
TM 9-5130-338-12&P (a) Do your Before preventive maintenance just before you operate the hydraulic impact wrench. Pay attention to the warnings and cautions. (b) Do your During preventive maintenance during operation.  (During operation means to monitor the hydraulic impact wrench and its related components while they are being operated.) Pay attention to the warnings and cautions. (c) Do  your  After  preventive  maintenance  right  after  operating  the  hydraulic   impact   wrench.      Pay attention to the warnings and cautions. 3. Location.    Item  to  Check/Service  Column.    This  column  provides  the  location  and  the  item  to  be  checked  or serviced. 4. Procedure Column.  The Procedure column of your PMCS table tells how to do the required checks and services. Carefully  follow  these  instructions.    If  your  hydraulic  impact  wrench  does  not  perform  as  required,  notify  unit maintenance.  Report any malfunctions or failures on the proper DA Form 2404. 5. Not Fully Mission Capable if: Column.    Entries  in  this  column  will  be  keyed  specifically  to  checks  listed  in  the Procedure column for the purpose of identifying the criteria that will cause the equipment to be classified as not fully mission capable because of inability to perform its primary mission.  Entries in this column will: (a) Identify conditions that make the equipment not ready/available for use. (b) Deny use of equipment until corrective action has been performed.  Always keep warnings and cautions in mind as you do PMCS.  Take along all tools needed and a clean cloth (Appx. C, item 5) or two to make checks. c. To Maximize Effectiveness of PMCS, Always Watch for Following Conditions: 1. Dirt and Grease.  Keep your wrench clean.  Dirt, grease, oil and other debris may hide a serious problem and will shorten the life of your equipment.  Clean as you work. WARNING Dry-cleaning solvent (PD-680) is toxic and flammable.  Wear protective goggles and gloves; use in a well ventilated area; avoid contact with skin, eyes, and clothes, and do not breathe vapors. Keep away from heat or flame.  Never smoke when using solvent; the flashpoint for type I dry- cleaning solvent is 100 degrees Fahrenheit (oF) (37.8 degrees Celsius [oC]) and for type II is 138oF (58.9oC).  Failure to do so may result in injury or death to personnel. If   personnel   become   dizzy   while   using   dry-cleaning   solvent,   immediately   get   fresh   air   and medical  help.    If  drycleaning  solvent  contacts  skin  or  clothes  flush  with  cold  water.    If  solvent contacts eyes, immediately flush eyes with water and get immediate medical help. Use  dry-cleaning  solvent  (Appx.  C,  item  16)  on  all  metal  surfaces.    Use  detergent  (Appx.  C,  item  11)  and water when you clean rubber or plastic materials. 2-3

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