this chart lists the illustrations, paragraphs, or
3-5. Weekly Preventive Maintenance Checks
manuals that contain detailed repair or replace-
and Services Chart
ment instructions to be followed while performing
The preventive maintenance checks and services
of Antenna AT-1082/PRC that are listed below
are required weekly. The References column of
Item to be inspected
a. DA Pam 310-
a. Publications (check to See that they are complete, serviceable,
b. Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clean the AT-1082/PRC, extended sense whip antenna, cables,
Inspect cables for cuts, broken insulation and looseness of con-
nectors on cable.
CG-3344/PRC . . . . . . .
Avoid contact with the skin; wash off any that
spills on your hands.
Inspect the exterior surfaces of Antenna, Loop
b. Remove grease, fungus, rust, and ground-in
AT-784/PRC, including the exterior of its sense
dirt from the surfaces using a cloth dampened
whip antenna. All exterior surfaces should be
(not wet) with cleaning compound (FSN 7930-
clean and free of dirt, grease, and fungus.
a. Remove dust and loose dirt with a clean, soft
c. Remove dust or dirt from the connector with
W a r n i n g : Prolonged breathing of cleaning
d. Clean the control knobs: use a soft, clean
compound is dangerous; make certain that ade-
cloth. If dirt is difficult to remove, dampen the
cloth with water; mild soap may be used for more
quate ventilation is provided. Cleaning com-
pound is flammable; do not use near a flame.
Section Il. ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
the monthly preventive maintenance checks and
of Organizational Maintenance
This section contains instructions covering orga-
month is defined as approximately 30 calendar
nizational maintenance of Antenna AT-1082/
days of 8-hour-per-day operation. If the equip-
PRC. The duties of an organizational repairman
ment is operated 16 hours a day, the monthly
are limited to the responsibilities listed below in
preventive maintenance checks and services should
addition to those performed by the operator (para
be performed at 15-day intervals. Adjustments of
3-2 through 3-6).
the maintenance interval must be made to compen-
b. Monthly preventive maintenance checks and
s a t e for any unusual operating conditions.
Equipment maintained in a standby (ready for
immediate operation) condition must have
monthly preventive maintenance checks and serv-
ices performed on it. Equipment in limited stor-
3-8. Monthly Preventive Maintenance
age (requires service before operation) does not
Perform the maintenance functions indicated in
require monthly preventive maintenance.