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TM 9-2350-287-34 2-9.   CLEANING   INSTRUCTIONS   (continued). Hands  should be kept free of grease, which can collect dust and dirt, WARNING Compressed air used for cleaning purposes shall not exceed 30 psi (207 kPa). Use only with effective chip-guarding and personal protective equipment (e.g., goggles/ shield, gloves). Blow-dry metal parts with compressed air or wipe pads dry with clean rags. Rubber parts should be washed with a soap solution and dried with clean rags. CAUTION Do not steam-clean electrical components. Moisture and condensation in electrical wiring can cause short circuits and other damage. Wipe electrical harnesses completely dry with clean rags. Remove corrosion or rust by sandblasting or vapor-blast cleaning, or with crocus cloth.  Use the method that will not damage the surface being cleaned. Crocus cloth should be used to remove corrosion and rust from polished surfaces only. Make sure critical dimensions are not changed when using crocus cloth. Inspect screw thread inserts for damaged or missing keys, damaged threads, or looseness. Replace any damaged screw  thread  insert. Inspect threaded holes for damaged or knurled threads. Repair damaged threads with thread restorer file by chasing on a lathe or using tap and die. Always measure a component when tolerances are given to make sure the component is still serviceable. 2-10.   LUBRICATION   INSTRUCTIONS. Unless otherwise directed, apply a light coat of lubricating oil to all metal parts after cleaning and inspection. This prevents rusting and aids assembly. To ease connection, silicone compound maybe used on connectors of electrical wires. Lubricate parts during and after assembly in accordance with lubrication instructions and intervals given in TM 9-2350- 287-10 and TM 9-2350-287-20-2. 2-11.  WELDING  INSTRUCTIONS. Refer to TM 9-237 for welding instructions, materials, and tool sets. 2-4

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