SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
red during shipment. If the equipment has been
damaged, report the damage on DD Form 6
a. Packaging Data. When packed for ship-
ment, the interphone test set is placed in a cor-
b. Check the equipment against the items
rugated cardboard box lined with a resilient fil-
ler material. A typical packaging diagram is
and the packing slip to see if the shipment is
complete. Report all discrepancies in accor-
ches long by 12 inches wide by 10 inches deep
dance with the instructions of TM 38-750. The
and weighs 15 pounds.
equipment should be placed in service even
b. Removing Contents.
though a minor assembly or part that does not
(1) Cut the waterproof tape that seals the
affect proper functioning is missing.
top of the corrugated box and open the flaps.
c. Check to see whether the equipment has
(2) Remove the filler material from the top
been modified. (Equipment which has been mod-
and sides of the corrugated box.
ified will have the MWO number on the front
(3) Lift the interphone test set from the
panel, near the nomenclature plate.) Check also
to see whether all currently applicable MWO's
(4) Remove the interphone test set cover by
have been applied. (Current MWO's applicable
releasing the fasteners, and opening and sliding
to the equipment are listed in DA Pamphlet
the cover from the hinge pins.
(5) Remove the running spares from the
d. After checking is completed, coil and place
the interphone test set power and test set cables
(6) Uncoil the power and test cables.
in the storage compartment, reinstall the inter-
phone test set cover on the hinge pins, close the
cover, and secure the fasteners.
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incur-