substance on the rails. Insure that the magnetic receptacles
are clean and free from metal particles.
References to tests and procedures for the final
d. Wipe the rails with a soft clean cloth; then return the
inspection of the HSS major components are provided in
arm assembly to the stow position.
this chapter. If no deficiencies are found, the assembly is
ready to be returned to the user or to stock.
e. Clean the BIT magnet face to remove any dirt or
6-2. Helmet Sight Assembly.
6-4. Electronic Interface Assembly.
a. Perform the helmet sight assembly test (paragraph
a. Perform the electronic interface assembly (EIA) test
b. Inspect the helmet sight assembly for damage, such as
bent or broken parts. Pay particular attention to the cable
b. Inspect the EIA for damage, such as bent or broken
jacket and connector pins. Also insure that the straight
parts. Insure that the unit is clean, that the connector pins
shaft is not bent, that the magnetic receptacle is free from
are straight, and that the connectors are free from foreign
corrosion and metal particles, and that the mounting
hardware is clean and secure.
c. Insure that the isolator mounts are secure.
6-3. Linkage Assembly.
6-5. Extension Cables.
a. Perform the linkage assembly test (paragraph 4-18).
a. Perform the extension cable test (paragraph 4-28).
b. Remove the arm assembly from the BIT position.
Slide it back and forth on the rails and check for freedom
b. Inspect the extension cable for damage, such as cut
cover, bent connector pins, and insulation abrasions. Insure
that the cable is clean and that designator and identification
c. Inspect the linkage assembly for damage, such as bent
markings are visible.
or broken parts, and for nicks, corrosion, or foreign