ARMY TM 9-6115-604-12
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-633-12
SCREW AND CAPTIVE WASHER ASSEMBLY
LEVER MOUNTING BRACKET
NUT AND CAPTIVE WASHER ASSEMBLY
CONTROL LEVER ASSEMBLY
DOOR LOCK SUPPORT
RIGHT HAND CRANK
DOOR SEAL, 210 INCHES
LEFT HAND CRANK
HEXAGON HEAD CAPSCREW
RIGHT HAND CONTROL BAR
LEFT HAND CONTROL BAR
AIR FILTER MOUNTING SHROUD
REAR DOOR SHUTTER ASSEMBLY
RIGHT HAND FRAME SECTION
HEXAGON HEAD BOLT
LEFT HAND FRAME SECTION
TOP FRAME SECTION
BOTTOM FRAME SECTION
RIGHT HAND DOOR PANEL ASSEMBLY
Figure 4-21. Control Room Door Assembly (Sheet 3 of 3)
Disassemble each of the 13 vane assemblies (22) by removing the right and left hand cranks (23 and 24) and
vinyl seals (25) from the vane stocks (26). Remove the right and left hand control bars (27 and 28).
Break down the frame assembly (29) by removing rivets (30), separating the right and left hand frame sections
(31 and 32) and the top and bottom frame sections (33 and 34).
Disassembly of Cover (26. Figure 4-15).
Remove screw and captive washer assemblies (1, Figure 4-23) and nut and captive washer assemblies (2) to
remove retainer (3) and rubber strip (4)
Remove door latch rod (5) from cover (6)
Disassembly of Radiator Shutter (3. Figure 4-16). Remove hexagon head bolt (1, Figure 4-24), locknut (2), flat
washer (3), locking ring (4), pin assembly (5), spacer (6), and right hand and left hand control lever assemblies (7
Straighten bent bars and door holder rods
Replace damaged door seals, roof weather strips, vinyl seals, and rubber strips.
Welding operations produce heat, highly toxic fumes, injurious radiation,
metal slag, and airborne particles. Wear welding goggles with properly
tinted lenses, apron or jacket, and gloves to prevent injury to personnel.
Caulk all housing panels that have evidence of leaking with caulking compound.
Doors, roof panels, desk top, side panels, and the cover assembly are to be repaired by straightening if
possible, and by welding in accordance with MIL-W-12332A If necessary Door handles are tack welded in place.
Door handles may be replaced by cutting the welds loose with a grinder and tack welding a new handle in place.