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TM 9-2350-287-34 2-4.  SPECIAL TOOLS, TMDE, AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. The  special  tools  and  support  equipment  listed  and  illustrated  in  TM  9-2350-287-24P  are  the  only  special  tools  and equipment  necessary  to  perform  maintenance  operations  described  in  this  technical  manual.    TM  9-2350-287-24P  is  the authority for requisitioning special tools and support equipment. 2-5.  FABRICATED TOOLS. NOTE Fabricated tools are not available for issue. The fabricated tools listed in Appendix E of this technical manual are of particular value to shops engaged in repairing a number of identical components.  The tools are listed in this manual to allow supporting maintenance shops to fabricate them locally. 2-6.  TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES. For APU troubleshooting procedures, refer to TM 9-2815-221-34&P. For ENGINE troubleshooting procedures, refer to TM 9-2815-202-34. For TRANSMISSION troubleshooting procedures, refer to TM 9-2520-234-35. 2-7.  REPAIR METHODS. Complete  disassembly  is  not  always  necessary  to  make  a  repair.    Exercise  good  judgment  to  keep  disassembly  and assembly to a minimum. CAUTION Never scribe marks on bearing surfaces.  Damage to the bearing will result. To be certain of correct positioning at assembly, mark gears on mating teeth with scribe marks, dye, indelible ink, or paint. Avoid the use of chalk and crayon because they smudge and are easily wiped off. During assembly, subassemblies should be assembled first, combined into major components if possible, and then installed to form a complete component. Records to provide repair and replacement data and statistics should be carefully prepared and maintained according to DA Pam 738-750. Replacement of Parts Unserviceable or unrepairable assemblies will be broken down into items of issue, and serviceable parts will be returned to stock.  Parts or assemblies that cannot be repaired or reconditioned will be salvaged, and new parts will be used to replace them. When  assembling  components  and  assemblies,  replace  damaged  keys  with  new  ones.    If  screws,  washers,  or  nuts  are damaged, they must be replaced. 2-2

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