This section provides instructions for operator maintenance of the ANITPN-18A radar set. The following Initial setup
information applies to all procedures.
Resources required are not listed unless they apply to the procedure.
One person can do all operator maintenance procedures.
The normal standard equipment condition to start a maintenance task is power off. Equipment Condition is not listed
unless some other condition is required.
3-3. CLEANING AND INSPECTION.
Cleaning operations should be performed once each day if the radar set is used daily. If not in operation daily, it should
be cleaned before and after operation. When it is maintained In standby condition, it should be cleaned once each week.
Fumes of TRICHLOROTRIFLUOROETHANE are poisonous. Provide adequate
ventilation whenever you use TRICQHLOROTRIFLUOROETHANE. Do not use
solvent near heat or open flame. TRICHLOROTRIFLUOROETHANE will not
burn, but heat changes the gas Into poisonous, irritating fumes. DO NOT breathe
the fumes or vapors. TRICHLOROTRI-FLUOROETHANE dissolves natural skin
oils. DO NOT get the solvent on your skin. Use gloves, sleeves, and an apron
that the solvent cannot penetrate. If the solvent is taken internally, consult a
1. Using a lint-free cloth, clean exterior surfaces of equipment and mechanical assemblies. Dampen cloth (not
wet) with trichlorotrifluoroethane to remove ground-in dirt, grease, and fungus. Report any corrosion to
2. With a clean lint-free cloth and soft-bristled brush, clean plugs, jacks, and front panel controls and indicators.
Meter faces and front panels may be cleaned using a weak solution of water and mild soap. Avoid excessive
amount of solution on cloth and do not let solution enter behind controls or panel mounting hardware of
controls and indicators.