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CHAPTER   5. DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE
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Figure   5-1.   Displacement   and   Evacuation   and   Repair   Kit   Chest   Assembly   Repair
T M      1 0 - 3 8 3 5 - 2 1 9 - 1 4 5-4.  Displacement   and   Evacuation   and   Repair   Kit   Chest   Assemblies. This   task   consists   of: Repair INITIAL   SET-UP Tools M a t e r i a l s / P a r t s ( c o n t ) Drill   (Appendix   B,   Section   Ill,   Item   2) Rivets   (refer   to   TM   10-3835-219-24P) Riveter   (Appendix   B,   Section   Ill,   Item   3) E q u i p m e n t      C o n d i t i on M a t e r i a l s / P a r ts Kit   components   removed   (para   3-7) Solvent,   Dry   Cleaning   (Item   7,   Appendix   E) Rags,   Wiping   (Item   5,   Appendix   E)   (figure   5-1) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) NOTE For   Model   ADC-1200,   components   of   the   displacement   and   evacuation kit   and   repair   kit   are   stored   in   one   chest   assembly.   For   Models   1461   and FIHK-100,   components   of   the   displacement   and   evacuation   kit   and   repair kit   are   stored   in   two   separate   chest   assemblies.   The   size   of   each   chest assembly   varies.   The   repair   of   each   chest   is   the   same. Inspect    all    components    and    chest    assembly    and    replace    if    damaged. Drill   out   rivets   (1)   on   each   side   of   chest   and   disconnect   lid   supports   (2). While   supporting   lid   (3),   drill   out   rivets   (7)   attaching   hinge   (5)   to   chest   (6)   and   remove   lid. Place   lid   (3)   on   bench   and   drill   out   rivets   (7)   attaching   hinge   (5)   to   lid   (3). Drill   out   rivets   (8)   on   each   side   of   lid   and   disconnect   lid   support   (2)   from   lid   (3)   and   remove s u p p o r t. Drill   out   rivets   (9)   attaching   handles   (10)   to   chest   (6)   and   remove   handles. Drill   out   rivets   (11)   attaching   lower   latch   half   (12)   to   chest   (6)   and   remove   latch   half. Drill   out   rivets   (13)   attaching   upper   latch   half   (14)   to   lid   (3)   and   remove   latch   half. Weld   any   cracks,   breaks   or   holes   in   chest   (6)   and   partitions   (15) W A R N I NG Dry   cleaning   solvent   used   to   clean   parts   is   potentially   dangerous   to personnel   and   property.   Avoid   repeated   and   prolonged   skin   contact. Do   not   use   near   open   flame   or   excessive   heat.   Flash   point   of   solvent   is 100   °F-138°F   (38°C-60°C). Clean   all   items   with   dry   cleaning   solvent,   and   dry   thoroughly. 5 - 2 Change 1

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