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FLOODLIGHT SEALED BEAM REMOVAL, REPAIR, AND REPLACEMENT - continued - TM-9-2320-209-20-3-10591
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FLOODLIGHT SEALED BEAM REMOVAL, REPAIR, AND REPLACEMENT - continued - TM-9-2320-209-20-3-10593
TM 9-2320-209-20-3-1
Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair.
b.
WARNING
Dry cleaning solvent is flammable. Do not use
near an open flame.  Keep a fire extinguisher
nearby when solvent is used. Use only in well­
ventilated places.  Failure to do this may result
in injury to personnel and damage to equipment.
(1) Using clean rag dampened with solvent, clean light door and sealed beam
unit.
(2) Check light door for dents, cracks or other damage. Check sealed beam
unit for cracks in glass, burned out filament, and corroded contacts. If contacts are
corroded, using cent act cleaner, clean them.
(3) Check screws for damaged threads.
(4) Throw away damaged parts and get new ones in their place.
Replacement.
c.
FRAME 1
1.
Put sealed beam (1) into light door (2).
Aline tab on sealed beam (1) with
slot on light door (2).
WARNING
Cover retaining springs (3) with free hand when putting
them in.  Retaining springs may snap out and cause
injury to personnel.
2.
Using screwdriver, put in four evenly spaced retaining springs (3). Put
square bend of spring over sealed beam (1) and push free ends under flange of
light door (2).
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