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CHAPTER 4 UNIT MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
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c. To Maximize Effectiveness of PMCS - TM-9-5130-338-12P_23
TM 9-5130-338-12&P 4-5.  PROCESSING UNPACKED EQUIPMENT-Continued. b. Examine hydraulic impact wrench for evidence of damage during shipment and for external rust or corrosion.  If external corrosion or rust is found, examine impact head internally for additional rust or corrosion.  Instructions for servicing hydraulic impact wrench components are found in Section III of this chapter. 4-6.  PRELIMINARY SERVICING AND ADJUSTMENT OF EQUIPMENT. a. General.  Equipment faults disclosed during preliminary inspection and servicing or during break-in period will be corrected by unit maintenance. b. Assembly and Preparation for Use. 1. Remove hydraulic impact wrench from packing. 2. Clean exterior of hydraulic impact wrench with cloth (Appx. C, item 5). 3. Apply sealing compound (Appx. C, item 10) or antiseize tape (Appx. C, item 17) to threads of hydraulic lines. 4. Attach hydraulic hoses to hydraulic impact wrench.  Ensure inlet and outlet hoses are properly connected. 5. Stow hydraulic impact wrench at proper location. c. Initial Adjustments, Checks, and Self-Test. 1. Select several fastenings of size and type that are to be used in a particular operation. 2. Assemble fastenings, finger tight, on a test block or other support that will not be damaged in event of nut or capscrew failure. CAUTION Do not operate hydraulic impact wrench with flow higher than 5.0 gallons per minute (18.9 liters per minute).  Excessive speeds may damage impact wrench internally. 3. Operate hydraulic impact wrench in accordance with paragraph 2-6. 4. Using  a  torque-indicating  wrench,  measure  amount  of  torque  required  to  turn  each  fastener.    Indicated readings should be substantially similar to recommended torque value.  If indicated torque values are not rational,  refer  to  Section  IV  of  this  chapter.    Otherwise,  power  supply  equipment  and  hydraulic  impact wrench may be considered to be in satisfactory operating condition and actual torque operations may be started. 5. Operate hydraulic impact wrench in accordance with paragraph 2-6. Section III.  UNIT MAINTENANCE PMCS 4-7.  INTRODUCTION TO PMCS TABLE. a. General.  The PMCS table lists the inspections and care of the hydraulic impact wrench required to keep it in good operating condition. b. PMCS Procedures. 1. Item  No.  Column.    Use  the  numbers  in  the  Item  No.  column  of  PMCS  and  Material  Condition  Status Reporting  Criteria  tables  for  the  TM  Item  No.  column  of  DA  Form  2404,  Equipment  Inspection  and Maintenance Worksheet, when a deficiency has been found. 4-2

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