Replace top and bottom covers of countermeasures
in accordance with paragraphs 5-12z and 5-12ab.
Inspect exterior surfaces of the unit for dust, chipped,
If necessary, spot paint surfaces
paint, and corrosion.
Remove rust and corrosion from metal surfaces by
lightly sanding them with No. 000 sandpaper (item
10, App. D).
Brush two coats of light green semi-gloss enamel
(item 7, App. D), MIL-E-15090 class 2 type III color
number 24410 IAW FED Standard 595, on bare metal to
protect it from further corrosion.
the applicable cleaning and
specified in TB 43-0118.
Remove dust and loose dirt from exterior
clean, soft cloth (item 4, App. D).
Remove dust and dirt from connector, internal wiring,
other surfaces with a soft brush (item 2, App. D).
Adequate ventilation should be provided while using tri-
Prolonged breathing of vapor
should be avoided.
The solvent should not be used near
heat or open flame; the products of decomposition are tox-
ic and irritating.
solves natural oils, prolonged contact with skin should be
When necessary, use gloves (item 8, App. D) that
If the solvent is taken
the solvent cannot penetrate.
internally, consult a physician immediately.
Remove grease and/or ground-in dirt with a cloth dampened
(not wet) with trichlorotrifluoroethane (item 18, App.
To inspect CCA within the
control, remove it in accordance with paragraph 5-12f,