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4-11.  IMPACT HEAD SERVICING AND REPAIR-Continued
TM 9-5130-338-12&P WARNING Dry-cleaning solvent (P-D-680) is toxic and flammable.  Wear protective goggles and gloves; use only  in  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  100oF  (37.8oC)  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  cleaning  solvent,  immediately  get  fresh  air  and  medical help.    If  solvent  contacts  skin  or  clothes,  flush  with  cold  water.    If  solvent  contacts  eyes, immediately flush eyes with water and get immediate medical attention. a. Use cleaning compound (Appx. C, item 7) or dry-cleaning solvent (Appx. C,  item 16) to wash lubricant from all unpainted metal parts of hydraulic impact wrench. b. To clean painted metal parts, use cleaning compound (Appx. C, item 8). c.    Use detergent (Appx. C, item 11) and hot water to clean all plastic and rubber parts. d.    Dry all parts with a clean cloth (Appx. C, item 5). e.    After rubber and plastic parts are clean, dry thoroughly. f. Before  installing  new  parts,  remove  any  rust-preventive  compound,  protective  lubricants,  etc.,  and  lubricate those parts requiring lubrication. g. Apply a light film of lubricating oil (Appx. C, item 14) to all unpainted metal parts to prevent tarnishing. 4-10.  RUST REMOVAL. Remove rust or corrosion from all parts of material.  To remove rust or corrosion from unfinished surfaces, use steel wire cleaning  brushes,  abrasive  cloths,  or  corrosion-removing  compound  (Appx.  C,  item  9).    On  finished  surfaces,  remove rust or corrosion by buffing surface with a fine, rotary-wheel, wire brush. On highly polished surfaces, remove rust or corrosion by buffing surface with buffing compound (Appx. C, item 6).  Apply very light buffing pressure.  To remove rust or corrosion by hand, use crocus cloth (Appx. C, item 4). 4-11.  IMPACT HEAD SERVICING AND REPAIR. This task covers: a.  Servicing b.  Removal c.  Disassembly d.  Inspection e.  Assembly f.  Installation INITIAL SETUP Tools Materials/Parts-Continued Tool kit, general mechanic's (SC 5180-90-CL-N26) Grease, automotive (Appx. C, item 12) Bushing driver (5180-00-121-3866) Lockwasher (4) (Appx. F, item 4) Socket wrench attachment, socket head screw, Solvent, dry-cleaning (Appx. C, item 16) 1/4-inch (in.), 3/8-in.-drive (5120-00-596-8508) Wrench, torque, 0-600 pound-inches (lb-in.), 3/8-in.- Equipment Conditions square drive (5120-00-542-5681) Hydraulic impact wrench disconnected from power source. Materials/Parts Hydraulic impact wrench secured in vise with soft-jaw Cloth, cleaning (Appx. C, item 5) caps; impact head assembly facing upward. Gasket (Appx. F, item 1) 4-7

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