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Figure    6-1.    Sling    Assembly,    Repair.
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TM     10-3835-219-14 b .     T e s t i n g. (1)   Upon   completion   of   repair   to   a   sling   assembly   it   must   be   load   tested   at   6,000   pounds   (2,700   Kg). (2)   Test   loads   may   be   a   calibrated   load   indicator,   a   calibrated   dynamometer,   weights   that   maybe   locally fabricated,   or   any   available   item   of   proper   weight. (3)   All   load   testing   devices,   such   as   a   load   indicator   or   dynamometer,   shall   have   a   valid   calibration   label affixed   in   a   noticeable   place. (4)   All   locally   fabricated   weights   and   available   items   used   for   load   testing   must   be   verified   for   proper   weight by   the   use   of   a   calibrated   scale. W A R N I NG Stand   clear   of   load   being   lifted   in   case   of   failure   to   lift   sling   or   lift   device. (5)   Load   test   assembly   by   lifting   a   6,000   pound   (2,700   kg)   weight. (6)   Upon   successful   completion   of   a   load   test,   sling   assembly   will   be   assigned   a   load   rating   of   100   percent. (7)   The   load   rating   shall   become   a   part   of   the   maintenance   records   of   the   equipment   and   entered   in accordance   with   DA   PAM   738-750,   The   Army   Maintenance   Management   System   (TAMMS) 6 -4

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