I N S T A L L A T I O N AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
the inner cor-
(5) Remove and open
When packaged for
a. Packaging Data.
shipment, the vtvm is placed in a corrugated
(6) Remove the envelopes that contain the
carton and packed in a wooden packing case.
technical manuals, t h e two-prong
A typical wooden packing case and its contents
adapter, and the test leads.
is 181/4 inches high, 103/4 inches wide, and
(7) Remove the corrugated fillers and the
203/4 inches deep, and has a total volume of
equipment from the inner corrugated
2.4 cubic feet. The overall weight is 46 pounds.
b. Removing Contents.
22. Checking Unpacked Equipment
Caution: Be careful when unpacking equip-
ment. Do not thrust tools into the interior of
a. Inspect the equipment for damage in-
curred during shipment. If the equipment has
t h e shipping container; this procedure may
damage the equipment.
(1) Cut and fold back the metal straps.
b. See that the equipment is complete as
(2) Remove the nails from the wooden
listed on the packing slip. If a packing slip
cover with a nail puller and lift off
is not available, check the items of equipment
the wooden cover.
(3) Remove the outer corrugated carton
that is wrapped in a moistureproof
c. If the equipment has been used or recon-
ditioned, see whether it has been changed by
a modification work order
(4) O p e n the outer corrugated carton
modified, the MWO number will appear near
and open the moisture-vaporproof
the nomenclature plate.
Section Il. OPERATOR'S CONTROLS AND INDICATORS, AND
OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
Operating Controls and Indicators