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TM 10-3930-632-34
cracks or broken weldments. Replace damaged parts.
c.
Inspect all parts of the carriage assembly for
WARNING
rust, chipped paint, or other damage; remove any rust
and paint the entire assembly.
Dry cleaning solvent, P-D-680, used to clean
d.
Check the rollers for binding operating, cracks
parts is potentially dangerous to personnel and
in the seals, or other damage; replace damaged rollers.
property.  Avoid repeated and prolonged skin
e.
Discard any damaged cotter pins or other pins.
contact.
Do not use near open flame or
excessive heat. Flash point of solvent is 100 F
- 138 F. (39 C. - 59 C.).
4-32.
Reassembly
Refer to figure 4-7 and reassemble the carriage, lift
4-31.
Cleaning and Inspection
chains, and rollers.
a.
Wipe the rollers with a cloth dampened with
4-33.
Installation
cleaning solvent P-D-680.  Clean all other parts with
cleaning solvent P-D-680.
Lubricate  the  chains
Install the carriage and chains (para 2-6a).
thoroughly with light engine oil.
b.
Inspect all parts of the carriage assembly for
distortion, cracks, breaks, or other damage.  Weld
Section VII. HYDRAULIC OIL TANK
4-34.
General
4-36.
Repair
The hydraulic system oil supply tank is integral with
a.  Repair cracks or other minor damage by first
the fork lift frame.  The tank therefore cannot be
removed as a unit for repair.
draining all fuel and hydraulic oil from the fork lift truck.
b.  Weld cracks or damaged areas to restore
original finish.
4-35.
Inspection
Check the hydraulic oil tank for cracks and damages.
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