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TM   9-2350-287-34 2-7.   REPAIR   METHODS   (continued). Gaskets, nonmetallic packings, preformed packings, seals, Iockwashers, self-locking nuts, self-locking screws, cotter pins, and spring pins must be replaced. Bushings must be replaced if removed. Springs must be replaced if broken, kinked, stretched, or cracked. If a required part is not available, reconditioning of the old part is necessary. Such parts should be inspected carefully after reconditioning to determine their suitability and probable service life. Replacement parts should be requisitioned immediately. Ball and Roller Bearings Refer to TM 9-214 for the cleaning, inspection, and Iubrication of bearings and for instructions for evaluating bearing life. Removal of Burrs, Scratches, and Raised Metal Remove burrs, scratches, or raised metal with a file or stone. Remove them from close-fitting surfaces by lapping the surfaces  with  abrasive-grade  compound. Shafts, Gears, and Bearings Gears, bearings, sleeves, and other components may be installed on shafts as tight fits. The use of an arbor press, gear pullers, or other appropriate tools for removal and installation maybe required. 2-8.   TORQUE   VALUES. Torque values given in these procedures apply to unlubricated threads. Follow torque values given throughout this technical manual. When no torque value is given, refer to Appendix C, Torque Values for Threaded Fasteners, to prevent  damaging  parts. 2-9.  CLEANING  INSTRUCTIONS. All parts should be cleaned before inspection, after repair, and before assembly. WARNING Drycleaning solvent P-D-880 is toxic and flammable. Always wear protective goggles and gloves, and use only in a wlli-ventilated area. Avoid contact with skin, eyes, and clothes, and DO NOT breathe vapors. DO NOT use near open flame or excessive heat. Clean all metal parts except bearings with drycleaning solvent. Metal or fiber brushes maybe used to apply dry cleaning solvent and to remove softened or dissolved material. Short lengths of wire maybe used to clear lubrication holes of debris or deposit residue. Hand scraping with metal scrapers maybe used to remove softened coatings or deposits. Soak very oily or greasy metal parts in a tank containing drycleaning solvent. Soaking time varies with the type and amount of material to be removed. 2-3

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