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4-19.  INSPECTION-ACCEPTANCE/REJECTION CRITERIA-Continued
TM 9-5130-338-12&P NOTE Follow-on maintenance: -Install relief adjustment screw (see para. 4-16), -Install relief valve (see para. 4-15), -Install reversing spool and packings (see para. 4-13), and -Install impact head assembly (see para. 4-11). 4-18.  INSPECTION OF INSTALLED ITEMS. These procedures shall indicate if parts of the hydraulic impact wrench can be rebuilt within the limits prescribed in AR 710-2.  Follow typical cleaning procedures as shown in paragraph 4-9.  Clean dirt, lubricants, and rust scale from all parts that can be inspected without disassembling.  Inspect for following: a. Any missing parts b. Breaks, cracks, corrosion, and damaged threads in housing c. Rust, corrosion, or binding in stem and internal mechanisms 4-19.  INSPECTION-ACCEPTANCE/REJECTION CRITERIA. a. General.    These  inspection  procedures  list  general  criteria  indicating  if  a  part  shall  be  repaired.    To  conserve supply  of  available  parts,  care  must  be  exercised  to  ensure  that  parts  are  not  discarded  because  of  poor appearance or minor discrepancies.  Every effort will be made to reclaim and repair such parts.  For antifriction type bearings, use TM 9-214 as a guide to determine serviceability. b. Castings.  Visually inspect all castings.  When any of following conditions exist, casting is unserviceable. 1. Broken 2. Cracked 3. Distorted 4. Damaged threads 5. Worn to extent that mating parts do not fit correctly c. Common Hardware.  Visually inspect all common hardware.  When not comparable to new, common hardware is unserviceable. d. Springs.  Visually inspect all springs.  When any of following conditions exist, spring is unserviceable. 1. Loss of force 2. Broken coils 3. Distorted coils 4. Rusted or corroded 5. Nicks in coils e. Threaded Parts Other Than Common Hardware.  Visually inspect threaded portion of all parts.  When any of following conditions exist, part is unserviceable. 1. Stripped threads 2. Crossed threads 4-19

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