P-8-627-34 T O 35C2-3-442-2
T M 5-6115-457-34
Welding operations produce heat,
highly toxic fumes, injurious
b o r n e particles. Welding gog-
gles, with proper tinted lenses,
apron or jacket and welder's
boots are required.
b . Weld cracks.
c. Remove damaged paint with a
s u i t a b l e scraper. Blend in edges, prime,
and paint damaged areas.
the stowage tool box in the reverse order of
t h e numbers assigned. Pay particular
Figure 9-2. Stowage tool box,
attention to the following:
a. Align cover (5) so that seal (1) makes
full contact on stowage box (6) prior to
tightening nuts (2).
4 . Screw (5)
2. Nut (5)
6 . Stowage box
3 . Washer (10)
stowage-tool box assembly in base assem-
bly. Pay particular attention to the
a. Inspect sheet metal parts for cracks,
dents, distortion, and worn hinges.
a. Install stowage tool box and secure
b . Inspect seal for cuts, cracks, and
with screws (16), nuts (17), and washers
(18), leaving nuts finger tight.
Inspect paint for damage.
b. Align stowage tool box cover so that
it is flush with base assembly and tighten
a. Straighten dented and distorted parts
using suitable tools.