b. Check to see that the equipment is com-
plete. The equipment is normally shipped less the
a. Packaging Data. When packed for shipment,
batteries. Report all discrepancies in accordance
Test Set, Transistor TS1836C/U is placed in a
with TM 38750. Shortage of a minor assembly
waterproof carton and packed in a wooden pack-
or part that does not affect proper functioning
ing case. A typical packing case and its contents
of the equipment should not prevent use of the
b. Removing Contents (Wooden Packing Case),
c. If the equipment has been used or recondi-
Perform all the procedures in (1) through (5)
tioned, see whether it has been changed by a modi-
below when unpacking equipment packed in a
fication work order (MWO), If the equipment
has been modified, the MWO number will appear
(1) Cut and fold back the metal straps.
on the side near the nomenclature plate. Check
to see whether the MWO number (if any) and
D o not attempt to pry off the sides;
appropriate notations concerning the modifica-
this may damage the equipment.
tion have been entered in the equipment manual.
(2) Remove the nails from the cover and
one side of the wooden packing case with a nail-
Current MWO's applicable to the equip-
puller. Remove the cover and one side.
ment are listed in DA Pam 3107.
( 3 ) Open the moistureproof barrier that
covers the outer corrugated carton. Remove the
2-3. Cable Connections
(4) Open the outer corrugated carton and
No cable connections are necessary for operation
the moisture-vaporproof barrier within the carton.
of the test set other than the three accessory
Remove the inner corrugated carton.
test leads. Connect the three accessory test leads
(5) Open the inner corrugated carton, and
remove the instrument.
a. Insert the red plug into the red jack.
2-2. Checking Unpacked Equipment
b. Insert the black plug into the black jack.
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred
c. Insert the yellow plug into the yellow jack.