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SOLVENT FILTERING DISPENSER.
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WATER DEMINERALIZER UNIT
TM 5-6640-213-14
3-13.
PENSKY-MARTENS FLASHPOINT TESTER.
a.  Lubrication.  Oil the stirrer motor every 1.000 hours of use
with light lubricating oil.  Oil moving parts of the tester mechanism
as often as needed, with light lubricating oil.
b.  Cleaning.  Never use gasoline, acetone, or other low-
flashpoint solvents for cleaning flash cups.  Use kerosene or other
high-flashpoint solvents as cleaning agents.
3-14.
COPPER STRIP CORROSION APPARATUS.
To clean the apparatus, open the drain valve and allow the bath
water to drain into the sink.  Clean the inside of tha bath with a
mild soap and water solution and a cloth.  Rinse throughly.  Polish
the bath exterior with a soft, dry cloth.
3-15.
OVEN .
a.  Cleaning.  Use a clean cloth and a mild soap-and-water
solution to clean the interior and exterior when the oven is cool.
Refer to Chapter 4 for adjustment and repair of the oven.
3-16.
ICE MAKER.
a.  Daily Maintenance.  Refill the water tank as required by
demand of the ice cube supply.
b.  Periodic Maintenance.  Inspect the unit for frost buildup.
Defrost the unit as required.  Empty and clean the secondary evapor-
ator moisture collector.
Defrosting.
c.
(1) Locate the main switch behind the grill and place it
in the OFF position.
(2) Remove the ice bucket.
(3) Prop the door open at least 1 inch to permit air
circulation to dry the interior and prevent bacterial growth and
offensive odor.
Empty and clean the ice bucket.
(4)
(5)  After the unit has defrosted, replace the cleaned ice
bucket, remove the door prop and return the main switch to the ON
position.
Do not use solvent, abrasives or other cleaners
that may contaminate the ice cubes.

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