ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Special Tools and Equipment
No special tools and equipment are required for or-
Obtain standard and commonly used tools and
ganizational maintenance of the audible alarm.
equipment having general application to the audible
alarm maintenance instructions contained in this chapter
using authorized procedures.
Section II. REPAINTING AND REFINISHING INSTRUCTIONS
chromate primer, specification number MIL-P8585 and
finished with a gray vinyl paint, Federal Standard 595
Metal surfaces of the audible alarm are painted with a
color chip 26492. Use only these paints for paint
durable undercoat and finish paint. Under normal
touchup and repainting. Refer to SB 11-573, Painting
conditions the paint will permanently remain on the
and Preservation Supplies Available for Field Use of
surface and will require no retouching or repainting.
Electronics Command Equipment.
However the paint may become chipped or worn away
from accidental causes. If such damage occurs, the
Instructions for touchup painting and repainting are
damaged area should be retouched or repainted, both
contained in TB 74610, Field Instructions for Painting
for appearance and to protect the steel case from
and Preserving Electronics Command Equipment. Care
Paint To Be Used
and painting equipment is covered in TM 9213, Painting
Instructions for Field Use.
The audible alarm metal surfaces are primed with zinc
Section III. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES
services to be performed are listed in Table 3-1. The
item numbers indicate the sequence of minimum
The audible alarm will require a minimum of
inspection requirements. Defects discovered during
organizational maintenance since the J-SIIDS must be
operation of the unit will be noted for future correction to
kept in continuous operation. To insure that it is
be made as soon as operation has ceased. Stop
maintained in a condition to give peak performance, it
operation immediately if a deficiency is noted during
must be inspected systematically so that physical
operation which would damage the equipment. Record
defects may be discovered and corrected before they
all deficiencies together with the corrective action taken
result in serious damage or failure.
on DA Form 2404.
Checks and Services
The necessary preventive maintenance checks and
Table 3-1. Organizational Preventive Maintenance
Checks and Services
Item to be inspected
Visually inspect the outer housing for rust, corrosion, dust and foreign matter Check
for loose or missing parts
INTERCONNECTING WIRING HARNESS/CONDUIT
Inspect wiring for frayed and deteriorated condition Verify conduit is securely
attached to the housing.
Repair as necessary visibly damaged surfaces (Refer to paragraph 3-3 for painting