Reassemble case to cover,
Obtain the following items:
using screws removed in (e)
1. About 1/2 pint of solvent
suitable for use on electrical equipment.
If necessary, paint case and
cover using an appropriate col-
ored enamel. Do not paint
near terminals or handle hole
and do not paint brass name-
Use of diesel oil, gasoline, trichloro-
ethane, or benzene (benzol) for clean-
ing is prohibited.
(u) A f t e r p a i n t h a s d r i e d , t r e a t
leather strap with neat's-foot
oil and refit it to machine.
2, Clean, lint-free cloths.
Subject machine to service-
3. General purpose lubricat-
1 . If machine passes service-
ability test, r e t u r n i t t o
4. General purpose grease.
If machine does not pass
5. Flint abrasive paper.
serviceability test, ship to
a depot for salvage by can-
(3) 30-, 50- and 100-cap machines.
No. 00 fine sandpaper may be substi-
tuted for the flint abrasive paper.
Emery cloth, however, must not be used.
This procedure is not applicable to
6 . Neat's-foot oil.
the M34 50-cap blasting machine.
N o m a i n t e n a n c e a b o v e operator
level is required or authorized, since
7 . Screwdriver.
the internal components are totally
8 . Electrician's knife.
encapsulated. If an M34 machine is
found defective it should be disposed
9 . Roll of electrical tape.
of in accordance with local materiel
10. Soap and water.
Refer to figure 4-5 and 4-6 as a guide
in cleaning and servicing procedure
below. Figure 4-5 is an exploded
view of a plunger-type blasting
machine. The only major difference
between the plunger-type machines,
may also be required during the opera-
besides their size, is th at the newer
50-cap machines have a safety cir-
cuit instead of a switch assembly.