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MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE . AIRSPEED INDICATOR

39948-B2233 39948-B2236

0 Kollsman \ 220 D.W. Highway,


A Divkion

ot Sequa Corpor;rtion

344559
Id. 030544809o(603)889-2500 15 SEPTEMBER 1988

Merrimack,

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COMPONENT MAlNTENANC-E MANUAL 39948-B2233/39948-B2236

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D. Abbreviations Wherever used, abbreviationsare generally in accordance with MILS!CD-12. RF is used to identify refaence callouts, and KO P/N indicates Kollsman Part Number. E. Vendor Codes The following is a numerical listing of vendor codesand the name and addressof the vendor to which they have beenassigned. Thesecodeswere obtainedhm the latest issue of CatalogingHandbookH41. Code
VO3508

Vendor Name and Address General Electric Co. Semi-ConductorProducts Department W. Genesee Street Auburn, NY 13021 Moser Jewel Co. 544 Fayette Street P.O. Box 150 Perth Amboy, NJ 0886103727 TeledyneRelays TeledyneIndustries Inc. 12525 Daphne Ave. Hawthorne, CA 90250-3308 Thermalloy Co. Inc. 2021 W. Valley View Lane P.O. Box 810839
Dallas, TX 75381

V11262

V11532

v13103

V53821

Qualitair, Inc. 5410 International Parkway Minneapolis,MI 55428


ITT Cannon Division of ITT Corporation 666 E. Dyer Road

V71468

Santa Ana, CA 92702

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.MAxIMuMALLowABLE AIRSPEED INDICATOR -AIIuIwABLE AIRSPEED INDICATOR MOD INFO NAMEPUWE .CALIBRATION STAMP .SCREW CKO P/N 95003H31) .CASE & END CAP ASSEMBLY AWACHING PARTS .SCREW (HO P/N 95004H68)

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.FLANGE, Rear Mounting ATTACHING PARTS

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Flat head, no. 2-56 x l/4 inch long -*-

50 55

40726-2 95008B3

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Lamp

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slotted flat head, no. -

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'70 38775-30 75 39637 80 MS9021-040 85 90


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.BEZEL AND GASKET ASSEMBLY ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Machine loo0Flat head, no. 2-56x W16 inch long -*..BEZEL

..GASKET
-PACKING, Preformed (Ko P/N 90300-7) iDOUBLE WIZDGE WINDOW

1
1

37900-3 MS90680041
41954-l

ASSEiMBLY
-PACKING, Preformed (Ko P/N 90300-5) LAMP, T-3/4, 5V (Modified)

1 1 4
1 1 1

100 MS90680148
105 21634 110 24297 ---- - - - -- -_ - _ ---1

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.PACKING, Preformed (KO P/N 90300-6) JILTER .scREw, Pitot fitting -- __-

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Lkscriptlon and Operation . Testing and Fault Isolation Automatic Test Requirements Disassembly . . . . . . . . Cleaning . . . . . . . . .

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948082233139948-82236 Introduction A. General Thi.s GXUW&~ contains OV@rtiaUi tamponent maintenance procedures with i llustratt2 parts WA 53~ !+hmum Allowable Airspeed Indicator, P/N 39948-82233, manufactured by Kollsman, 220 Daniel Webster Highway, ? Merrimack, New Hampshire 03054-4809. 6. Additional Models

Overhaul procedures for similar models which are included in this manual are the same as those recommended for the initial type, except for the specific differences noted on the applicable pages. This includes the following model with its corresponding effectivity code that is used throughout this manual. Model No. Code Symbol A the basic model 39948.B2233, where

39948-82236 NOTE: C. Related Installation Code symbol/a\is used for necessary for clarification. Publications and Operating Instructtons Publication

Number

S1396.

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1. Description A. Purpose The Maximum Allowable Airspeed I:!!caic;ak?r Uw~lnafte~ referred to as the fndtcator) ts designed to provide alrspeed indication, maximum allowable airspeed indlcatton, overspeed warning switch closure stgnal, and lowspeed warntng switch closure signal In a single instrument. 6. Description (See Figure I> and OperatIm

The indicator is a 3ATI size clamp and panel-mounted Instrument. (See Table 1 for leading particulars). Its dlspiay consists of a white airspeed pointer and a black, white, yellow, and green striped Vmo/Mmo pointer agatnst a common 50 to 300 kno black dial wtth white numerals On indicator coded Lk the dial also has a white arc and graduations. from 88 to 150 knots, a red graduation at 100 knots, and a blue graduation at 120 knots. An IMI ring with five white memory indices is mounted to the Indicator bezel. The indices have a moveable range from 50 to 300 knots and can be set by the pilot for any reference point as desired. The entire dlsplay Is illuminated by four S-volt blue-white lamps. C. Operation Airspeed indications are derived pitot pressure> and contraction This capsule motion is transmitted and then to the atrspeed pointer. from the expansion (with increasing of a differential pressure capsule. through a l'ink to a sector'shaft

The Vmo/Mmo function is derived from the motion of an aneroid capsule which is actuated by static pressure introduced within the Instrument case. Capsule response to varying static pressure is transmitted via linkage through another sector shaft and gear shaft to the VmolMmo ~-pointer. Capsule displacement is calibrated to the specificatiofiVmo/Mmo characteristic curve of the SUPER JETSTREAM 31 aircraft. An internal lonspeed switch '52," whose contacts are open at and below 135 knots, is connected to an internal underspeed relay 'X2." The relay Is then connected to an external lowspeed warning indicator that is located within the aircraft. Above 135 knots the lowspeed switch When energized, contacts will close, energizing the underspeed relay. the underspeed relay provides a closed set of contacts for the external warning indicator at pins 31-A and Jl-6. When the remotely mounted PRESS TO TEST button is pushed, the underspeed relay deenerglzes which opens the contacts at pins 31-A and 31-B.

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(STATIC f ITTINO) REF. In-2OUNf -28

(PITOT W1lNt.h) REf. 7110- 2QUNIf -3B

WHT ARC 00 TO 15OKT6 ua0 RED RADIALlOQKT8 DLUE RADIAL120KT11 .w+/-

.00+/-

.0 *.I, 3
A2 +I-..2 3.17s b.015 -4 8QUARE

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220 DU J PANEL CUTOUT

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Table 1 Leading Parti culats

Dial: I

A
A

White

numerals and graduations

on a ? black

background backgroufid, at 100 knots,

White numerals and graduations on a black white arc 88 to 150 knots, red graduation and blue graduation at 120 knots White Black, Orange

- A/S Pointer: Vmo/Mmo Potnter: Power I@OFF1' Flag:

white,

yellow,

and green

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Form: Length: Width: Height: Weight: Bezel: Case: RANGE: (1) (2) Airspeed: Altitude: 50 to 300 knots -1,000 to +25,000 feet ARINC #408-3ATI Approximately 5.36 Approximately 3.26 Approximately 3.26 2.0 pounds maximum Black Black inches inches inches

LIGHTING: Integral INPUTS :-- -(1) (2) (3) (4) Static pressure (MS33649r5) PItot pressure (MS33649r4) 28V dc power energizes OFF" Push-to-Test switch in series SV ac; color: blue/white

flag solenoid and relays with 28V dc power

OUTPUTS: (1) 0 (3)

Overspeed warning switch closure signal occurs when A/S pointer approaches Vmo/Mmo speed. Lowspeed warning switch closure signal occurs at and above 135.knots. "OFF" flag comes into view when 28V dc power is lost or Press-to-Test button !s pushed. CONNECTOR: mates with @3126F-12-8s

ELECTRICAL

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The internal Vmo/Mmo overspeed switch '51," whose contacts are closed at safe speeds, is connected to an internal overspeed relay rNKl.ll This relay is connected to dn external overspeed warning indicator that 1s also located within the aircraft. At ant above CY~S~~~~C!, ?% cverspeed switch contacts open and deenergize the ~~verot;)e~I relay. __ ' When deenergized, the overspeed relay will provide a ctoseii jet of ' contacts for the external warning indicator at pins Jl-C and Jl-0. Upon pushing the PRESS TO TEST button, the overspeed relay will deenergize and close pins Jl-C and Jl-0: 2

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Testing A.

Fault

Isolation

General

. B.

This s~~tim contalr;s sperY:~ checks and tests to determine the condition of the indicator or most probable cause of its malfunction. Performance of these checks and tests will determine the extent of disassembly required without completely tearing down and rebuilding indicator that has been removed from service. If the unit does not meet the test requirements, refer to the troubleshooting procedures paragraph M. to isolate the fault. If the unit passes all tests, return it to service.
Test (1) Conditions Atmospheric Conditions

an in

Unless otherwise specified, all tests shall be conducted at an atmospheric pressure of 29.92 in. Hg abs ~0.6 in. Hg at an ambient temperature of +2YC #C (+77*F 29'F). When tests are conducted with the atmosphere and temperature substantially dlfferent from these values, proper allowances shall be made for any variations. Relative humidity should not exceed 90 percent. (2) Standard Pressures Tables are based Atmosphere 1962. on

The Airspeed, Mach Number, and Altltude Technical Note D-822 and U.S. Standard (3) Attitude Unless otherwise specified, instrument In its normal (4) Vibration Unless otherwise specified, applied to the indicator read1 ngs are taken. (5) Test Setup light to

all tests shall operating position,

be made with dial vertical.

the

case

vibration or remove friction

tapping before

shall any

be test

Figure 101 shows the Equipment indicator. Table 101. Equivalent (6) Test Table results Results

test setup required for bench required to test the indicator equipment may be substituted.

testing the is listed

in

102 consists of test data sheets of the tests performed in this

to be used section.

to

record

the

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D.C. POWER SUPPCBY (POWER MATE)

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Table 101 Equipment and Materials


D?scPipttoc Connects 36578 indlcatoi to Test Fixture Test P/N Ftxture

Equipment/Material Adapter Cable (Fabricate using D.C. Power Supply Power Mate Model *

Figure BP-400

102)

Provides dc power to operate P/N 36578 Range: 0-SOV dc Accuracy: zO.SV dc Provides altitude Provides Indicator a means pressure power to control applied

Precision Kollsman

Pressure Controller-Monftor P/N 18905810000

or measure to UUT to test

Test Fixture Kollsman P/N

and controls

36578

Variable Autotransformer Superior Model 116B

Provides ac power to operate during Hghting tests Range: O-12OV ac Table 102 Data Sheet Date ACCEPT

lights

Test

Indicator

Serial

Number

C.

Visual

Inspection:

REJECT _-.

Paint .......................................... Damage ......................................... .......... ........................ Memory Indices Wlndow .................................... Cleanliness .............................. Chips - Scratches Coating DWlay Characters .................................... Cleanliness Paints ......................................... Coordination of Elements ....................... EQ 1 Cleanliness .................................... Shell Damage ................................... ............................ Pins (Straightness) Marking ........................................
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C.

Vtsual

Inspection:

(CantiS

. .-

REJECT

Static Connector Entrance Port.................................. Threads........................................ Screen......................................... Pitot Connector Entrance Port.................................. . Threads........................................ Plates Nameplate ...................................... Mod Plate Calibration Decal Safety Wire Damage ......................................... Loose .......................................... Missjng ........................................
...................................... ..............................

D.

Llghting 1. 2.

Test

4 Lamps illuminated Lamp color is blue/white Flag Flag Flag to Test out of view with power applied In view with power removed Test comes fnto view

E.

"OFF" 1. 2.

F.

Push 1. 2. 3.

a G.

Power "OFF" flag Pins A/B open Pins C/D closed Test (Pitot

Leak 1. 2. 3.

Pressure) stabilization 1 minute knots knots knots Leak) feet feet feet

Reading after Reading after Difference Test (Static

H.

Leak 1. 2. 3.

Pressure/Case stabilization 1 minute

Reading after Reading after Difference

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Table 102 (Cont'd) Test Data Sheet

I.

AIrspvrrl

Scale

Error

and Frtctlon

Test *Friction

Seal e Error Pohter Reading After Tapping (Knots) Up Down

Airspeed Pi tot Pressure (Knots)

Diff Mnots) Up Down

Scale Error Tolerance (ZKnots)

Pointer Reading Before Tapping (Knots>

Pointer Reading After Tapping (Knots)

Friction

Diff (Knots)

Tolerance (zKnots>

60 + 70 100 + 120 140 150+ 160 + 180 200 + 220 240 250 + 270 280 300 * a *Friction Test Points

50

80

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 25. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 35. . 35

xxx

xxx
3 xxx xxx 3 xxx xxx 3 3 xxx 3 xxx xxx 3 xxx xxx 3

xxx xxx xxx xxx


xxx

xxx xxx xxx xxx

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+zximum

3 0

Allowable

Airspeed

Scale

Error,

Hysteresis,

*?vxi After

E'Tfect

Test

Alt . Ft xl600 . 0 5 10 15 16.4 20 25

Nominal Knots (+O/-8)

UP Reading Before Tapping

UP Reading After Tapping

Diff Before & After Tapping

Friction Toler. Allow

Down ' Reading After Tapping

Diff. Up & Down Reading

Tolerance Allow For Hysteresis & After Effect

23 23 23 23 23 21 196

xxx xxx xxx


Pofnts

xxx xxx xxx


(1 minute wait)

xxx
4 4 4

xxx xxx
4

xxx
xxx xxx
xxx
A/C

xxx
xxx xxx
xxx

+3(b) zxx +2(a) Fxx xxx

xxx

+2(a) Mmo = .477 MACH

(a) (b)

Hysteresis Test After Effect Test

Alt. Nominal Ft Knots xlt)OO (+O/-8)

UP Reading Before Tapping

UP Reading After Tapping

Diff Before & After Tapping

Friction Toler. Allow

Down Reading After Tapping

Diff. Up & Down Reading

Tolerance Allow For Hysteresis & After Effect

'

0 5 10 15 16.4 20 25 (a) (b)

249 249 249 249 249 234 211

xxx xxx

xxx xxx xxx


(1 minute wait>

xxx
4 xxx 4 4 xxx 4

xxx

xxx
xxx xxx xxx
Mmo = 513

xxx
Points

xxx xxx xxx


A/C

+3(b) zxx +2(a) _-Fxx xxx xxx +2(a) MACH

Hysteresis Test After Effect Test

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/A

Test Altftude Feet (x 1000) * 0 5 10 15 16.4 20 2s

* VmO (+6/-O)

Knots

Reading

Mmo in MACH and KNOTS

Reading xxx xxx xxx xxx

231 231 231 231 231 xxx xxx at 35,000 feet

xxx xxx

xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx 477 +.01/-O . 477 +.01/-O


l

xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx 217 +6/-O 196 +6/-O

Operational Overspeed coincident

ACCEPT cannot occur until reading. ACCEPT the

REJECT IAS pointer REJECT is

warning switch or above the

activation MAAS pointer

:%ude Feet (x 1000)

VmO (+6/-O>

Knots

Reading

Mmo in MACH and KNOTS xxx xxx---.xxx xxx xxx .513 +.01/-O . 513 +.01/-O ACCEPT xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx 234 +6/-O 211 +6/-O REJECT the IAS pointer REJECT

Reading xxx xxx xxx xxx

0 - 5 10 15 16.4 20 25

249 249 249 249 249 xxx xxx

xxx xxx

Operational Overspeed coincident

at

35,000

feet activation MAAS pointer

warning switch or above the

cannot occur until reading. ACCEPT

is

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1. 2.

Switch closes 135 knots for Switch knots

at and above increasing speed. 135 speed.

opens below for decreasing

C.

Visual (1)

Inspection Check the indicator for any signs of obvious damage. Check the rear mounting flange for cracks or scratches in the paint. Verify that the indicator has five white memory indices and that they move smoothly 360' around the face of the indicator. Check signs Check color, Check shell the window of damage. for cleanliness, for of scratches, cleanliness, elements. chips, patnt and any other condition and

(2) (3)

the display elements and for coordination connectors for damage, thread

(4)

cleanliness, condition, of all

pin straightness (electrical>, and any other damage. and of decals the and verify Instrument is that

(5) (6) _. t D.

Check the condition data are correct. Verify present Test

nameplates on the rear damaged.

that the safety wire and is not loose or

Lighting (1)

Connect rIH'4 of Apply output

the Variable Autotiansformer the 'W1g connector. power to voltage the indicator to 5.0 +O.lV and adjust ac.

to

indicator

at

pins

"G"

and

(2) (3)

the

autotransformer

Verify that illuminated Turn power Test the 101.

all four lamps (two in each and ire blue/white in color. to indicator off and disconnect

upper corner) are Record results. test setup.

(N E.

OFF Flag (1)

Connect Figure

indicator

to

Test

Fixture

PIN 36578

as shown

in

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(3)

(4) F. Push (1) . (2)

as desired.

Connect Figure Depress following, (a) (b) (c)

PUSH TO TEST button and record results.

tester,

verify

the

OFF flag comes &to view Jl connector pins A/B open Jl connector pins C/D close test setup as desired. ' pitot (PI connector to Precision Pressure 18905810000 as shown in Figure 101. Leave open to ambient pressure. indicator until the the pressure applied stabilizes,

(3) G. Leak (1)

Disconnect Test (Pftot

Pressure)

Connect the indicator's * Controller-Monitor P/N the static (S> connector Apply knots, pressure to the then clamp off indicator airspeed. minute; then

(2) (3) - (-4)

IAS pointer
to read the and

reads indicator. the

300

After the indicated Wait one again.

reading

record

read

and record

the

indicated

airspeed

(5) (6) Leak (1)

Calculate and record the difference There shall be no apparent difference Return desired. Test the (Static PPC-M to ambient pressure Leak)

between the two readings. between the two readings. and disconnect test setup as

H.

Pressure/Case

Connect the indicator and apply a pressure "Y" connector. Clamp off stabilization, Wait one the

and test equipment as shown equal to 23,000 feet to both

in Figure 101 ports using a after

(2)

pressure applied read and record then read

to the indicator and, the indicated altitude. indicated altitude

(3)

minute;

and record

again.

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l

the

two readings.

(5) I .

Return the PPC-M to ambient setup as desired. Scale Error and Friction

and discafmx%

ck tact: - r

Airspeed (1)

. (2)

Connect the indicator's pitot (P) connector ;o the PPC-M as shown in Figure 101. Leave the static (5) connector open to ambient pressure. Observe throughout this test that pointer motion is smoothwithout hunting, oscillation, or excessive sticking and jumping. Apply pressure to listed In section the test point. After vibration indication. Calculate reading The scale the table. Repeat in the the indicator equal to the first test pressure I of Table 102, being careful not to overshoot read and record the airspeed

(3)
(4) (5) (6)

and stabilizat!on,

and record and the test error (2) reading

the difference pressure listed must (9 be within for the the

between in the the

the IAS pointer table. tolerance test indicated points in listed the in

steps table.

through

remaining test points

(7)
(8) (9)

Repeat steps (2) through (6) for table in a decreasing direction. Return the PPC-M to ambient

listed

pressure. equal Table to the ffrst friction 102, being careful test to and

Apply pressure to the indicator pressure listed in section I of overshoot the test point. Read and record stabilization, the read

not

(101 (11)

airspeed lndlcation, then after and record the airspeed indication

vibratjon again.

Calculate and record the difference between the two This reading must be within the tolerance indicated Repeat listed steps (9) through in the table. (11) for pressure the remaining and disconnect test

readings. in the table. points the test

(12) (13)

Return the PPC-M to ambient setup as desfred.

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39948-82233139948-82236 J.
Maximum Allowable Airspeed

Scale Error,

Hysteresis,

and After

Effect

Test (1)
Connect Observe without

.
the indicator and test equipment 3~ C_!IWC!g Figure 101. throughout this test that all ;;ointer mkiem is moot;? hunting, oscillation, or excessive :tSrk'nc '?;j jum$~(y. the indicator equal to the. first test pressure 3 of Table 102, being careful not to overshoot read and

(2)

Apply pressure to listed in section the test point.

(3)

*
(4) (5)

After vibration and stabilization, pointer indication. The reading must be within the

record

the

MAAS
the table. in

tolerance

indicated

in

Repeat steps (2) and (3) for the the table but prior to vibration,

remaining read and

test points record the

listed MAAS

indication
(6)

if applicable.
record must the difference be within the between tolerance the two indicated readings. in the

Calculate and The dtfference

table.
(7) (8) Hold the minutes. test pressure During this at 25,000 feet for between 5 and 15 time read and record the MAAS indication. altitude) till you at a rate of reach 10,000 feet.

Increase the approximately Hold the minutes.

test pressure (decrease 3,000 feet per minute at 10,000 time, read

(9) (10)

test pressure During this

feet for between 1 and 10 and record the MAAS indication. of 3,000 feet per minute

Further increase the pressure at a rate until reaching a reading of 0 feet. Hold the test more than five MAAS tndication. Calculate steps (7) same test indicated Return setup pressure minutes. at 0 feet for

ill)

During this

at least 1 minute but time, read and record

not the

(121

and record the difference between the readings taken In through (11) and the "UP READING BEFORETAPING" for the The difference must be within the tolerance points. in the table. ambient pressure and disconnect the test

(13)

the PPC-M to as desired.

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Test
.

CCV-+ the indicator and test equipment as shown in Figure 101. F&e 9Y?a' CXI rnt= fabricated cable in the position to monitor the %vERsPEFD CN~BIS: ; i gnal . Observe throughout this test that overspeed warning switch activation does not occur until the IAS pointer is coincident with or above the UAAS pointer reading. Apply listed Verify pointer pressure to the indicator equal in section K of Table 102. that the reaches (2) light on the tester the value listed in and (3) for the to the first test pressure

(2)

(3) (4)

illuminates the table. test

when the IAS Record results. points listed in

Repeat steps the table. Apply Verify Record Return desired. pressure

remaining

(5) (6) (7) L.

to the indicator

indicator is still

equal

to

35,000

feet. at this test altitude. setup . as

that the results. the

operational

PPC-M to Test

ambient

pressure

and disconnect

Lowspeed (1)

Warning

Connect the indicator's pitot (P) connector to the PPC-M as shown in Figure 101. Leave the static (9 connector open to amblent pressure. Place '51" on the fabricated cable in the position to monitor the "LOWSPEED" output signal. Apply knots. pressure to the indicator until the IAS pointer the the reaches 1 tght IAS 150

(2) (3) (41

- Verify that the tester Adjust pointer

when the illuminates.

pointer reaches l-35 ~3 knots, Record results. to the indicator until

on

the pressure applied returns to 0 knots.

(9

Verify that when the pointer reaches 135 +3 knots, the tester extinguishes. Record results. Disconnect test setup as desired.

the

light

on

(6) M.

Troubleshooting Troubleshooting involves the detection and location of the causes of faulty operation 0 f the unit and undertaking the proper remedial action. Most operational difficulties have definite symptoms that Table 103 lists some serve as clues to the cause of the problem. probable causes and corrections for several possible malfunctions. Schematic diagram Figure 103 is provided to aid in troubleshooting.

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Table Troubleshooting 103 Chart -&Y Correction

Troubit! iahttng (1) . Test (a)

Probable

Cause

Lamp fails to illuminate, or wrong color

(b)

Defective type lamp IPL, Fig. Defective or electrical connection

or wrong (95, 1) wiring

(a)

Check lamp replace if

(95) and necessary.

(a) Check

using Figure 103 and repair as required.

VFF" (1)

Flau

Test not operate (a) (b> Defective indicator IPL, Fig. Defective or electrical connection drum (SOS, 2) wiring (a> (a) Check continuity of indicator and replace if necessary. Check using Figure 103 and repair as required.

Flag does properly

Push (1)

to Flag into

Test does view not come (a) Defective Indicator IPL, Fig. (b> Defective or electrical connection (a) drum (505, 2) wiring (a) (a> Check continuity of indicator and rep1 ace if necessary. Check using Flgure 103 and repair as required. Check using Flgure 103 or replace -

(2)

Outputs at pins or C/D incorrect

A/B

Defective printed wiring board assembly Al (145, IPL, Fig. 1) (b> Defective wiring or electrical connection

(a)

and repair
as required. (a)

Check using Flgure 103 and repair as required.

Leak (1)

Test

(Pltot Pitot

Pressure)

Excessive Leakage

(a> Loose
(b)

pitot screw (110, IPL, Fig. 1) Defective preformed packing (140, IPL, Fig. 1)

(a) (a)

Tighten

screw

(110).

Check preformed packing (140) and replace iif necessary.

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Table 103 Kontd) Troubleshooting Chart


Trouble Leak (1) Test (Cont'd) (Pftot Pressure) W (ContW Defective A/S sule assembly IPL, Fig. 2) cap(60, (a> ? Replace capsule Correction

assembly (60) and


recalibrate indicator in accordance with the applicable procedure in the "ASSEMBLY*' section.

Leak (1)

Test

(Static case

Pressure/Case (a> (b) tc)

Leak) Loose rear mounting flange (40, IPL, Fig. 1) Loose bezel and gasket assembly (60, IPL, Fig. 1) Defective bezel (a) (a) Tighten (45). Tighten machine machine screws screws

Excessive 1eakage

(65)
(a)

gasket (75, IPL,


F1g.

1)

cd> Defective preformed packings (80, 90, and 100, IPL, Fig. (e) Connector 31 (120, IPL, Fig. 1) loose --(f)- Loose case and end cap assembly (20, IPL, Fig 1) (g) Loose lamp covers (SO, IPL, Fig. 1) (h) Defective sealing surfaces

(a) 1) (a) -(a) (a) (a)

Check bezel gasket (75) and replace in accordance with paragraph G of REPAIR section if necessary. Check preformed packing (80, 90, and 100) and replace if necessary. Ttghten nut (P/O 120) which secures connector 31. Tighten screws (25). Tighten machine screws (55) 0 Check sealing surfaces of case and end cap assembly (20, IPL, Fig. 1). rear mounting flange (401, and bezel and gasket assembly (60) for dirt, scratches, br deformation. Clean, straighten warped parts, and smooth out scratches if possible. Replace items that are damaged beyond repair.

(b)

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Trouble
.

Correction

Airweed
(1)

Scale Frror

and Friction
(a>

Test
Loose pointer assembly (20, IPL, Flg. 2) (a) Check pointer i20) and reposition as required.

Scale Error readings vary ertatlcally. Pointer hunts and -oscillates Scale Error readings within to1 erance but pointer hunts and oscillates Pointer sticks and jumps as pressure is changed

(2)

(a)

Excessive endplay, loose gear mesh, or improper hairspring tension

(a)

Check and reset accordance with 801 as necessary. Check clean, place ary.

in Table

(3)

Gear teeth of A/S sector gear assembly (205, IPL, Fig. 2) and pinion (335) contaminated, burred, or damaged (b) Airspeed link assembly (55, IPL, Fig. 2) binding cc> Defective or contaminated jewel bearings and bearing surfaces

(a)

(a)

gear teeth and deburr, or reparts as necess-

(a>

(a)

(d>

Interference between windings of spring and arbor assembly (230, IPL, Fig. 2) Excessive hysteresis capsule

(a)

Check link for freedom , of movement and adjus' as necessary. Check jewel of jewel and holder assembly (135, IPL, Fig. 2) and rocking shaft assembly (235) and clean, lubricate, or replace as required. ---Check position of spring and arbor assembly (230) and adjust as necessary. Replace A/S capsule assembly (60, IPL, Fig. 2) and recalibrate in accordance with the applicable procedure ln *'ASSEMBLY" section. Check adjust gear mesh and as necessary.

(4)

Consistent difference in excess of specified tolerances for readings taken with pressure increasing and pressure decreasing Scale error readings within tolerance only if indicator is tapped or vibrated. (Excessive frlctlon)

(a>

(a>

(5)

(a)

Gear mesh between MS sector gear assembly (205, IPL, Fig. 2) and pinion (335) too tight

(a)

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..

Trouble
Airspeed Scale Error and Friction (b>

Probable Cause
Test (Cont'd) (a)
?

(9

Kont'd)

Insufficient endplay on A/S rocking shaft assembly (-145, IPL,


contamibearings

Fig. 2) cc> Cracked or nated jewel

(d) Damaged or contaminated

pivots

(e)

Airspeed Fig.

link IPL,

assembly (55,
2) binding leakage (6) Consistently low readings, error spread increasing pressure increases

Check and adjust endplay in accordance with Table 801 as required. (a) Check jewel of jewel and holder assembly (135, IPL, Fig. 2) and rocking shaft assembly (235) and clean, lubricate, or replace as required. (a) Check pivot assembly (125, IPL, Fig. 2) and pivot of rocking shaft assembly (239 and clean or replace as required. (a) Check link for freedom of movement and adjust as necessary.

(a) Pitot
as

(a) Check pitot

leakage in accordance with procedures listed under "Leak Test (Pitot Pressure)" of this table. and reposition required. (20) as

* (7)

Airspeed indications consistently high or low with no change as indicator fs tapped or vibrated

assembly (20, IPL, Fig. 2) position has shifted (b) Arm and pin assembly (210, IPL, Fig. 2) improperly adjusted

(a) Pointer

(a) Check pointer

(a) Check and recalibrate


indicator in accordance with the applicable procedure in "ASSEMBLY" section as required. (a) Recalibrate indicator in accordance with the applicable procedure fn "ASSEMBLY" section.

(8)

Airspeed indications exceed specified tolerances with no set pattern. Tapping or vibrating indicator does not change reading

(a)

Indjcator calibration

out

of

COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948082233/39948-82236 Table 103 Kont'd) Troubleshooting Chart

Trouble Maximum (1) Allowable Airspeed Scale (a)

Probable Cause
Error. Hysteresis. and After (a> Effect Test

Scale Error readings vary erratically. Pointer hunts and .oscillates Scale Error readings within tolerance but pointer hunts and 0x1 llates Pointer sticks and jumps as pressure is changed

Loose MAAS marker assembly (25, IPL, Fig. 2)

Check marker assembly (25) and reposition as requl red.

(2)

(a)

Excessive endplay, loose gear mesh, or improper hairspring tension Gear teeth of MAX sector gear assembly (180, IPL, Fig. 2) and pinion and collar assembly (340) contaminated, burred, or damaged Gear teeth of sector gear assembly (300, IPL, Fig. 2) and marker shaft pinion (430) contaminated, burred, or damaged Defective or contaminated jewel bearings or bearing surfaces .

(a)

Check and reset accordance with 801 as necessary.

In Table

(3)

(a)

(a)

Check gear teeth and clean, deburr, or replace parts as necessary.

(b>

(a)

Check gear teeth and clean, deburr, or : replace parts as necessary. Check jewel of jewel and holder assembltes (135 and 250, IPL, Fig. 2) and jewel of rocking shaft assemblies (235 and 305) and clean, lubricate, or replace as required. Check position of spring and arbor assemblies and readjust as necessary. Replace altitude capsule assembly (105, IPL, Fig. 2) and recalibrate in accordance with the applicable procedure in lNASSEMBLY" section.

(c)
- ._

(a)

(d)

Interference between windings of spring and arbor assemblies (230, 285, and 415, IPL, Fig. 2) Excessive hysteresis capsule

(a)

(4)

Consistent difference in excess of specified tolerances for readings taken wlth pressure increasing and pressure decreasing

(a)

(a>

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Maximum Kont'd) (5) Allowable Airspeed Scale Error, Hysteresis,

Correction
and After Effect Test

Scale Error readings within tolerance only 1 if indicator is tapped

(a)

or vibrated.
(Excessive friction) (b)

Gear mesh between MAX sector gear assembly (180, IPL, Fig. 2) and pinion and collar assembly (340) too tight Geai mesh between sector gear assembly

(a> Check adjust

gear mesh and as necessary.

(a)

Check adjust

gear mesh and


as necessary.

(300, IPL, Fig.

2)

(c)

and marker shaft pinion (430) too tight Insufficient endplay on A/S rocking shaft assembly (-145, IPL, Fig. 2) or altitude rocking shaft assembly

(a)

Check and adjust endplay in accordance with Table 801 if required. Check jewel of jewel and holder assemblies (135 and 250, IPL, Fig. 2) and jewel of rocking shaft assemblies (235 and 309 and clean, lubricate or replace as requi-red. Check pivot assembl!es (125 and 240, IPL, Fig. 2) and pivot of rocking shaft assemblies (235 and 305) and clean or replace as required. Check marker assembly (29 and reposition as required,.

t-260)
(d) Cracked

nated jewel

or contamibearings

(a)

(e)

Damaged or contaminated

(a) pivots

(6)

Maximum allowable airspeed indicators consistently high or low with no change as indicator is tapped or vibrated

(a)

MAAS marker position

(25, IPL, Fig.

assembly 2) has shifted

(a)

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Troe,b Fe

Probable Cause
Alrsbeed Scale (a> b T-or. Indicator calibration Hvsteresis, out of t and A fter (a)

Correction Effect Tw

Maximum (Cont.'d) (7)

Allowable

Maximum allowable airspeed indkations - exceed tolerances with no set pattern. Tapping or vibrating indicator does not change reading
Warninu Teqt does

Recalibrate indicator. in accordance with the appllcabl e procedure in "ASSEMBLY" section.

Overspleed (1)

Light on tester not illuminate

(a) (b) W

Defective

wiring

(a)

or electrical
connection Defective printed (a) board assembly Al (145, IPL, Fig. 1) Contact spring of (a) MAX sector gear assembly (180, IPL, Fig. 2) not touching contact screw of A/S sector gear assembly (205) Indicator calibration

Check using Figure 103 and repair as required. Check using Flgure 103 and repair or replace as required. Check and reposition ' sector gear assemblie: (180 and 205) In accordance with Table 801 .

(2) $

Light on tester illuminates but airspeed readings of tolerance Warninu Test

(a) out

out of

(a)

Recalibrate Indjcator in accordance with applicable procedure In 'NASSEMBLY*1 section.

LowsDeed (1)

Light on tester not illuminate

does

Defective wiring or electrical connection (b) Defective prfnted wiring board assembly Al (14, IPL, Fig. 1) cc> Contact spring of A/S sector gear assembly (205, IPL, Fig. 2) not touching terminal of contact and holder assembly (480)

(a)

(a) (a) (a) *

Check using Figure 103 and repair as required. Check using Figure 103 and repal r or replace ds required. Check and repositlon A/S sector gear assembly (209 as necessary.

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39948082233/39948-82236 Table 103 Kont*d> Troubleshckting Chart

Correction Lowsneed. (2) Warninu Test Kont'd) (a)

Light on tester illuminates but airspeed reading - out of tolerance

Indicator
calibration

out of

(a)

Recalibrate indicator In accordance with applicable procedure in "ASSEMBLY" section.

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1. IJQTE: See TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION sectton to esb.Nish the conditlon of the altimeter or most probable cxuse of ~lhnal*~~~~~c~i~~ This is to determine the extent of disassen&?v required i+!thwt

completely
A.

tearing

down and rebuilding

General (1)

the altimeter. *

Dlsassembly should be limited to the extent necessary for repair, replacement, cleaning, or adjustment of the altimeter. It is suggested that all parts and assemblies be stored separately (and logically) in clean compartmented plastic containers upon removal.
are in order of disassembly from the highest to the Disassemble only as far as indicated lowest subassembly or part. by the nature of the fault. The dtsassembly procedures should not be performed as a part of routine maintenance. The order of dtsassembly of electronic equipment can usually be determined by inspection. Special techniques, cautions, warnings, and unique procedures, when required, are In this sectlon. Procedures Use accepted

(2)

(3)

instrument

shop procedures

during

all

disassembly

operations. 6.
Precautions and General Techniques

CAUTION: WHEN UNSOLDERING ANY SOLID-STATE DEVICES OR DIODES), USEA TEMPERATURE-CONTROLLED

(ICS, TRANSISTORS, SOLDERING IRON WITH A 600WATT MAXIMUM RATING AND A HEATSINK TO PREVENT HEAT DAMAGE. Identify all electrical wiring prior to Take note of wire color codjng, placement and and methods of applying _. insulation before unsoldering -.any electrical parts. should be checked to

(1) __- .(2) (3)

Tag or otherwise
disconnecting. lead dress, or removing Whenever determine

damage 1s found, associated parts its source, cause, and extent.

When removing parts or assemblies that have a specific relationship to other parts or subassemblies, place a mark between the two that will facilitate realtgnment of the two during reassembly or calibration. Although the removal and replacement of jewel bearings is described throughout the following procedures, for completeness, It is not recommended that these bearings be moved unless they have been damaged and need replacement or unless movement is required to perform a disassembly or assembly operation.

(4)

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Due to the'lndetermtnate ttme p~fods be+yzo: inCl;;ment djsassembly, actual replacement of gaskets and preformed packings may be based on in-service experience.

(6)

As a general procedure applicable to disassembly of the instrument after it has been removed from the case, tag and Identify all hardware removed using appropriate Illustrattons. ALWAYS observe and make sketches or notes of the positlon of the wiring harness and wire tape BEFORE cutting lacing cord ties and Tag all leads that must be unsoldering electrical connections. unsoldered in order to Indicate both their wire routing and their destinations. In reassembly of the instrument, follow the same routing of wfring harnesses and wiring tapes as was used In the instrument before disassembly. This procedure is essential to avoid possible interference of wiring with moving parts of the instrument. Allowable Airspeed Indicator (See IPL, Fig. 1) (5) (20). then screws and

C.

Maximum (1) (2)

If replacement Is necessary, calibration stamp (10) from Remove remove safety screw

remove mod info nameplate case and end cap assembly

wire from screw (15) and two screws (251, (15) from case and end cap assembly (20). and end washers memory cap assembly (30). Indices (35) (20) by removing two

(3)
(4) (5)

Remove case and two flat Remove five

(29

from

rear

mounting

flange

(40). assembly

- Remove rear mounting flange (40) from-bezel (-601 by removing four machtne screws (45). Remove two by removing lamp two covers machine

and gasket

(6) (7)

(50) from bezel and gasket screws (55) each. assembly (-60) machine screws bezel gasket . (70) (75) from (65).

assembly

C-60)

Remove bezel and gasket (200) by removing four NOTE: Do not separate replacement of

mechanism

assembly

and gasket (75) is necessary.

unless

(8)

Remove preformed packing (801, double wedge wlndow and preformed packing (90) from previously removed gasket assembly C-60). Remove four lamps assembly (200). DSl . through OS4 (95) from sockets

assembly (851, bezel and in mechanism

(9)

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39948062233/39948-B2236 (10) Remove preformed screw (110) from on the (12)

packing (1001,
rear chamber

filter (130).

(1051,

and pitot

flttlng 10 and A S

. 4 1-l 1 !&IS@.! zkr

~9 remove t'ear sSa2 of

the two wires attached to terminals terminal board assembly TN (190).

Unplug connector P2 025) from connector 32 (5, IPL, remove hex nut (P/O 120, IPL, Fig. 1) from ionnector and remove harness assembly (-115) from rear chamber NOTE: Do not unless remove connector Jl (120) replacement Is necessary. from connector

Fig. 3). 31 (120), (130). P2 (125)

(13)

Remove rear chamber (130) from mechanism assembly removing three screws (139, then remove preformed from pitot fitting (P/O 60, IPL, Fig. 2).

(ZOO) by packing (140)

(14)

Unplug connector P3 (180, IPL, Fig. 11, from connector 33 (5, IPL, Fig. 31, then remove printed wiring board assembly Al (145, IPL, Fig. 1) from mechanism assembly (200) by removing three each cap screws (1501, lockwashers (1551, and flat washers (160X. Unsolder and remove the eSght wires attached the terminal board assembly TBl (190). Remove harness assembly removing two cap screws NOTE: Do not separate terminal board necessary. (-165) (170) to the front side by of

(15) (16)

from mechanism assembly (ZOO) and two lockwashers (175).

connector P3 (180) or diode CR1 (185) from assembly TBl (190) unless replacement is posts 21 (195) to remove them from

(17) D.

Unscrew three chamber mounting mechanism assembly (200). Assembly (See IPL, fig.

Mechanism (1) (2)

Remove retainer temovlng three Carefully (25) from Remove (40).

assembly shoulder

(5) from frame assembly (580) by screws (10) and three spacers (15). assembly shafts. (351, then (20) and MAAS marker assembly

remove pointer their respective dial screws

(3)

three

remove

dial

(30)

and

shield

(4)

Remove clip (45) and pin (50) then remove IAS link assembly assembly (70) and arm and pin

from A/S capsule (55) from between assembly (210). and capsule

assembly (701, A/S capsule (65) by

(5)

Remove AIS capsule assembly (60) removing two cap screws (70).

clamp

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Remove altitude capsule removing two cap screws Remove wedge (1201, assembly (125). then

(105)

clamp

(8)
I

setscrew

(130)

and remove

pivot

(9)

Loosen setscew

(140) remove then remove A/S rock ing shaft frame assembly (580)

jewel and

and holder assemb sector assembly L

(10)

Loosen setscrew (155 1 and remove calibrating arm clamp (160). Remove cap screw (165) and from rocking shaft assembly remove (235).

counterweight calibrating

(150) arm clamp (160) sector rocking removed

(11) (12)

Loosen two setscrews gear assembly (180)


shaft WE assembly (235). Record the to facilitate

(175) and remove and steel washers number of steel reassembly.

collar clamp (1701, (185 and 190) from (185 and 190)

washers

(13)

Loosen two setscrews (2001, then airspeed sector and gear assembly assembly (235). Loosen setscrew (215) calibrating arm clamp and remove (220).

remove (205) arm-and

collar clamp from rocking pin assembly

(195) shaft (210)

and

- f-14)

from

05)

Remove cap screw (2251, then and spring and arbor assembly
(235). Loosen rocking Loosen machine shaft setscrew

remove (230)

calibrating from rocking the assembly

arm clamp (220) shaft assembly of altitude

(16) (17) (18)

screw (560) to facilitate assembly C-260). (245) and remove pivot

removal (240).

Loosen setscrew (2551, remove jewel then remove altitude rocking shaft assembly (580). Loosen setscrew (270) calibrating arm clamp and remove (275)..

and holder assembly assembly C-260) from

(2501, frame

(19)

arm and pin

assembly

(265)

from

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(20) Remove*cap screw (280). then remove and spring and arbor assembly (285)
(305).
(21) bOWl two

callbtating from rocking


collar

arm clamp (275) shaft assembly


clamp (290) and

.
setX?ews

I6
(i?%),j thn remv2:

sector (22) (23) . (24) (25)

gew

assembiy

i&X0.

from

rocking

shaft

assembly

(305). assembly of

Loosen setscrew (310) from rear

(315) and remove bearing bearing housing assembly (360) to facilitate

and housing (395). the removal

Loosen machine screw hairspring (320).

Loosen two setscrews (3301, then remove hairspring clamp (3251, and pinion (335) from pointer shaft

(320>, assembly

collar (350).

Loosen four setscrews (3451, remove pinion and collar (340) from pointer shaft assembly (3501, then withdraw shaft assembly (350) from marker shaft assembly (465). Remove spring clamp (355) (395) by removing machine

assembly pointer

(26) (27)

from rear bearing housing assembly screw (360) and flat washer (365). from rear screw (3801,

Remove wedge (3701, then remove spring clamp (375) bearing housing assembly (395) by removing machine lockwasher (3851, and flat washer (390). Remove rear bearing housing (580) by removing two each and flat washers (410).

(28)

assembly (395) from frame assembly cap screws (4001, lockwashers (4051, and arbor assembly assembly (465). (430) -

(29) (30) .(31)

Loosen two setscrews (4251, then remove spring (415) and collar clamp (420) from marker shaft Loosen two and collar setscrews (4401, clamp (435) from then remove Marker shaft calibration

marker shaft pinion assembly (465). arm (445) from

Loosen setscrew (450) calibration arm clamp Remove cap screw from marker shaft Withdraw marker

and remove (455).

(32) (33) (34)

(460) and remove assembly (465). shaft assembly

calibration from frame

arm clamp assembly (-470) (475).

(459 (580). from frame

(465)

Remove capsule assembly (580) NOTE:

support and A/S contact assembly by removing three machine screws

Do not remove green wire from contact and holder assembly (480) or separate contact and holder assembly (480) from capsule support (500) unless replacement is necessary.

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(35) 5, .' Remove drum indicator removing one each: washer !55&. g removing (37) (38) * (505) from

cap screw (5101, t

indicator support (525) by lockwasher (SlS), and z flat by

(36) Remove indbtor

sq~ori: iz25; trom frame- assembly (580) one cap screw (530) and one lockwasher (53% (540) (545) from frame assel;rbly and one lockwasher assembly (56%

Remove A/S sector stop removing one cap screw Remave spring one cap screw clamp (560)

(5801 by
(550). (580) by removing .

(555) from frame and one lockwasher

(39) If
E. Printing (1) (2)

necessary, remove screw (570) and hex nut assembly (580). Wiring Remove wiring lacing board Board Assembly used to (70). Al

(575) from 3)
wiring to

frame

(See IPL, Figure


connector

tape drilling

secure

printed

Remove two connectors printed wiring board (seven on each side)

32 and 33 (5) with associated wiring from drilling (70) by unsoldering the 14 wires attached at printed wiring board drilling connectors 32 and 53 (9 (10 through from pads from their

(70).
NOTE: Do not unsolder two associated wiring. and remove electrical wiring board drilling

(3) (4)

Unsolder printed

components (70).

40)

from

Unsolder and remove two relays Kl and K2 (45) board drilling (701, then remove two mounting (50) from the two relays (45). Unsolder and remove two transistors wiring board drilling (701, then XQ2 (60) from the two transistors Nm: Do not remove board drilling three (70)

printed wiring XKl and XK2

(5)

Ql and Q2 (55) from printed remove two mounting pads XQl and (55).

standoffs (65) from printed wiring unless replacement is necessary.

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Cleaninq A. General (1) I. Cleaning Materials, Table 401, conta;n~~~~C.Ttesls Mxzessar~ tc -accomplish the cleaning procedures outllnszf !rr tMz seMr5. Equivalent items may be substituted for those listed.
Use accepted instrument shop procedures during all cleaning

(2)

procedures. . Material
Freon TF

Table 401 Cleaning Materials Source E.I. Oupont DeNemours Germay Park Wilmington, DE 19898
- Clean Solvent & Co.

Cobehn

Spray

Cobehn Inc. 226 Passaic Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07006 Commercially


Commercially double no. 4) available available

Spray-type

cleaning

equipment

Alcohol, isopropyl FSTT-I-735A (for cleaning window wedge assembly) Brush, soft (watchmaker's stiff 2)

Commercially Commercially

available available available available

Brush, moderately (watchmaker's no. * Tissue, Swab, Cloth, Eraser, Tweezers lens cotton soft, artgum, lint

(silicone

treated)

Commercially Commercially

free soft

Commercially Commercially Commercially

avaf lable
available available *.

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948-62233139948-62236 the indicator disassembled to the extent necessary accomplish required correcttve action, use the following procedures, as applicable, for cleaning -. 1 *:* 'as,1 of parts. L I .I"." ' " 4.1. .rt "V.* ;r:'VAPORS FROM CLEANING 1;OcVEldfl: kRE HARMFUL. CjSZ ONLY " WARNING: ,WITH AOEQUATE VENTILATICJN. !S'OID ~YXd;!G&D XZATHING . 4 ns < OF VAPORS. AVOID PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT WITH
With
to l

(3)

** b

I/

SKIN.

6.
I

Painted (1)

Surfaces All painted assemblies, soft cloth Display should Remove surfaces except the display elements (pointer dials, and drum indicator) should be cleaned with or brush moistened if necessary, with Freon TF. dtals, and drum indicator) of a soft artgum eraser. 20 to 30 psi. a

(2)

elements (pointer assemblies, be cleaned by gentle application residue with compressed air at

C.

Sealing (1)

Surfaces Remove all traces of vacuum grease and foreign matter from seallng surfaces of bezel and gasket assembly (60, IPL, Fig. and mechanism assembly (200) with a so t c 0th or a moderately stiff brush Mstened with Freon TF. Clean sealing chamber (130) (1) . 1)

(2)

surfaces of case and end cap assembly (20) and rear using the procedure prev ous y described in step (130) and pltot described in flttlng step (1).

(3) D. Fllter (11 * E. Double

Clean sealing surfaces of rear chamber (PI0 ZOO> using the procedure previously (105, IPL, Fig. 1)

Clean filter with a moderately stiff TF . Dry with clean, dry, compressed Wedge Window Assembly (85, IPL, Fig.

brush moistened with Freon air of 30 psi or less. 1)

CAUTION:

DO NOT USE EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS OF CLEANING FLUID, NOR APPLY IN A MANNER THAT COULD RESULT IN FLUID SEEPING INTO SPACE BETWEEN WEDGES. DO NOT USE ANY ABRASIVE CLEANING MATERIAL. when relatively large viewing clean a series of smaller, coverage is obtained. surfaces overlapping are

(1)

To prevent streaking cleaned, progressively areas until complete (a) Wipe with lens a relatively isopropyl tissue.

small area using a lens tissue alcohol and immediately wipe dry

With

moIstened a clean

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL . 39948.82233139948-82236 (b)
F. Electrical 0) Clean NOTE: (2) 1 Repeat properly this

procedure as necessary until cleaned and free of streaks.

surfaces

are

Components
electrical

components with
is difficult a pressure to of

a soft remove,

brush.
use clean, dry, compressed

If
air

dirt at

30 psi or less.
and terminals Freon TF. with a

Remove dirt and using a moderately

dust

from stiff

brush

electrical connectors moistened with

(3)
G.

Remove flux residue after small amount of alcohol. Parts

soldering

using a swab moistened

Mechanical (1)

Clean jewels and bearing and spray clean solution (a) Adjust compressed must be maintained procedure.

holes with as follows:

spray-type

cleaning

equipment This

air supply to a pressure for the duration of the

of 80 psi. cleaning

(b)

Allow five to six minutes for cleaning equipment components to warm up prior to any cleaning operation. Maintain temperature of air at +154"F (69'0, measured l/4 inch from nozzle tip. Use tweezers or forceps to hold part in warm air stream, Preheat for approximately S/16 to l/2 inch from nozzle. to five seconds. Spray part with cleaning solvent then dry with warm air stream. NOTE: Do not flood short sprays will produce for five to six seconds, A series periods of two

(d)

part with cleaning of solvent followed best results. when dry . stiff

solvent. by drying. and, if

(e)
(2) (3) Clean Clean

Inspect
repeat gear pivots

part for cleanliness this procedure. with a lint a moderately free cloth

necessary, TF. TF.

teeth with

brush

and 'Freon with Freon

moistened

CAUTION:

HANDLE A/S CAPSULE ASSEMBLY (60, IPL, FIG. 2) AND ALTITUDE CAPSULE ASSEMBLY (105, IPL, FIG. 2) WITH EXTREME CARE AS THEY MAY BE EASILYDAMAGED.

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Clean capsule assembly using the procedure previously , described in paragraph G.(l)(a) through G.(l)(d).

(b)

Inspect capsule assembly for cleanliness necessary, repeat this procedure.

when dry and, if ?

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1. Check
A. General After the indicator has been disassembled to the extent the following information as a guide for the inspection applicable. Where damage or excessive wear is evident, associatsd parts to determine the source and extent'of NOTE: . B. Corrective (1) (2) required, use of parts, where check the damage or wear. The in parts

Do not disassemble solely for the purpose of Inspection. extent of disassembly should be governed by data obtained "TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATIONS section. Check associated where damage is evident. Action parts and recheck as required. tolerances,

Repair or replace defective clearances, and calibration Table 501 lists in this section. 11 sted.. Check Materials, *

fits,

equipment required to Equivalent substltutes Table Tools, SO1 Fixtures

accomplish check procedures may be used for items

and Equipment

Equipment D.C. Power Supply Mode 1 BP-400 Eye Loupe (10X>

Source Power Mate 2727 Kurtt San Diego, Commercially Co. Street CA 92110 available Co.

Variable Auto Model 11613 VOM Model

Transformer

Superior Electric 383 Middle Street Bristol, CT 06010 Triplett Corp. One Triplett Drive Bluffton, OH 45817
l .

630A

C.

Visual

Inspection

(1)

Inspect all -parts for wear or damage and determine their serviceability for reuse. Rejected items may be repaired or replaced as conditions warrant. When damage or excessive wear is evident, check mating parts to determine source and extent of defect. Remedial action should be taken to correct existing or impending malfunctions. Use Table 502 as a guide for inspecting disassembled parts.

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Table 502 Visual Inspectlon Part


A/S Capsule Assembly (60, IPL, Fig. and Altitude Capsule Assembly (105, Fig. 2) A/S Sector 2) Nicks,

Inspection
dents; corrosion, or

IPL,
2)

scratches Damaged contact broken or bent


deformed sectors surfaces, dents, surfaces or Scratched springs, burred, teeth, bent or

and Sector

Gear Assembly Gear Assembly

(205, IPL, Fig.


(300)

Case and End Cap (20, IPL, Fig. l), Rear Mounting Flange (40). Lamp Cover (SO),
Bezel (701, and Rear Chamber (130) 1) Connectors (120, 125, and 180, IPL, Fig. and (5, IPL, Fig. 3) Double Wedge Window Assembly (85, IPL, Fig. 1) Drum Indicator

damage to sealing
Bent dirt, pins, cracked and foreign Cracks, scratches, scratched paint surfaces clogging fit, swelling,

insulation, matter dirt, chips

(505, IPL, Fig.


Components

2)

Dents,

or

bent charred

drum or

surface,
Electrical Filter (105, discolored IPL, Fig. 1) and Tears, Proper nicks

Damaged containers,

Gaskets (75, IPL, Fig. 1) and Preformed Packings (80, 90, 100, 140, IPL, Fig. 1)

cuts,

and

?Hairspring (320, IPL, Fig. 2) and Spring and Arbor Assembly (230, 285, and 419 Jewels

Bent,

damaged,

or distorted

windlngs Scratches,
cracks, loose settings, foreign particles inside jewel assemblies or damaged areas, excessive

Ptns,

Shafts,

Pivots

and Links

Bent wear

Pinion Collar Pinion

(335, IPL, Fig. Assembly (3401, (430)

21, Pinion and and Marker Shaft Fig. 21, and Dial

Burrs, broken or bent teeth, surface defects, corrosion


Distortion, paint damage

Pointer Assembly (20, IPL, MAAS Marker Assembly (251,

(30)

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39948~82233139948-82236
Table 502 Kont'd) Visual Inspection

Part Printed Wiring Board Assembly Dirt, cracks components Stripped, threads

Inspectton
Or chips, damage to

(145, IPL, Fig. 1)


and Nuts

Screws

burred, or

or chips,

nicked damage . to

Terminal Board Assembly (190, IPL, Fig. 1) Wiring

Dirt, cracks terminals

Broken leads, damaged or discolored insulation, frayed edges on wire tape leads

0.

General (1)

Check

Procedures

Examine A/S capsule assembly (60, IPL, Fig. 2) and altitude capsule assembly (105) for kinks, dents, or apparent distortion.

(2)

Inspect bearings,

bushlngs, and jewels for scratches and for evidence of out-of-round (10X) inspection is recommended. bent or scratches (20,

chips, cracks, or condition. Eye loupe

(3) (4)

Check pivots for bent shafts, excessive wear, and nicks or Check balance of pointer marker assembly (2% Check all internal cross-threading, Inspect condition 1) . There shall

broken tips, corrosion, on the bearing surface. IPL, Fig. 2) and math

assembly

(5) (6) (7)

and external machine or other damage. of double wedge window be no chips, scratches,

threads

for

stripping,

assembly (85, or abrasions.

IPL, Fig.
of

Filter (105, IPL, Fig. 1) inside static connection at the rear the instrument should be free of-dirt or other contaminations. Remedy or replace as necessary. . Check fit . gaskets, sealing rings, and preformed pins, and shafts packing for proper and

(8) (9)

Check to see that all links, free from excessive wear. Inspect broken gears teeth. and sectors for

are straight
and bent or

(10)

burrs,

corrosion,

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E
l

Electrical (1) (2)

Check Procedure wiring for defects or damage. and evidence of overheating. by consulting electrical Check for worn schematic.

Inspect internal
insulation

Check for continuity

(3)
(4)

Inspect all

connectors and sockets for loose, bent, or broken pins and for cracked or otherwise damaged inserts and shells.

* (5)

Examine prlnted wiring board assembly (145, IPL, Fig. 1) for cleanliness, cracks, chips, and loose or damaged components. Check all operation electrical components and assemblies for proper and to verify that they are within specification.

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A.

General (1) Repair, for the most part, constitutes replacement with new pads. Repair where conditions warrant; replace all worn, damaged, or questionable items. All soldering operations shall incorporate 63/37 type solder and noncorrosive flux. Alcohol (MILTA-6091) may be used to clean up residual flux upon coolIngi. Use accepted instrument shop procedures during all repair operations. Information concerning areas for which repair is deemed practfcal is given below. Table 601 lists materials required for repair. A small arbor press should be used for removal press fit items and for staking where necessary. and replacement of

(2)
8.

Gears (1) Normally, the repair of gears is limited to replacement with a new part. However, depending upon the extent and location of the damage, minor repairs can be made to bring these items within serviceable limits. (a> Minor scratches or burrs on the flat of a gear tooth can be polished out with a fine india stone. Minor scratches, which do not hamper structural strength or function, can, in most cases, be ignored. Chipped gear teeth shall be cause for rejection unless the chip Is at one end of the gear tooth and will still allow full meshing surface with mating gear and not contribute to friction. In such cases, the chip may be dressed with a fine india stone.

(b)

C.

Wiring (1) (2) Replace coding. damaged wiring with wire of the same size and color

Use 63/37 connections. moistened

solder and noncorrosive After soldering, with alcohol.

flux remove

to make wiring flux residue with

a swab

D.

Gaskets (1)

and Seals dictates replacement


4

Experience overhaul.

of

these

Items

at

time

of

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948082233139948-82236 L Repair Table Tools, 601 Fixtures

Materials,

and Equipment

Material Anvil
Arbor Press Mask Commercially Commercially Koll sman 220 Daniel

Source
available available -

Gasket Cementing KO P/N T38105-001

Webster

Highway

Merrimack,
Gasket Applicator KO P/N T38105-002 India Jewel Staking Stone Punch Tool Kit .

NH 03054
Webster

Kollsman 220 Daniel Merrimack,


Commercially Commercially Commercially Commercially

Highway

NH 03054
available available

available available
available De Nemours and Co. Dept.

Ace tone
Alcohol Freon TF (MIL-A-6091)

Commercially E.I. DuPont

Chemicals and Pigments

Customer Service Center Brandywine Bldg. 15th Floor Wilmington, DE 19898 Moisture (Conformal Noncorrosive Pressure and Fungus Coating) Flux Sensitive Proof Varnish (MIL-V-1736) (MIL-F-14256) Adhesive, #75 Plasti-Kote Co. Medlna, OH 44256 Commercially Minnesota Adhesives, 3M Center St. Paul, Commercially Spec. QQ-S-571) Color Commercially Randolph 92 North Carlstadt, available Mining 8t Mfg. Co. Coatings & Sealers MN'%lOl-1428 available available Products 12th Street NJ 07072-2851

Div.

Soft Solder,

Lint-Free

Cloth

SN63 (Fed.

Flat Black Baking Enamel, 37038 (Fed. Std. 595)

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Material Flat Black (Fed. Std. Flat White . (Fed. Std. Paint, 595) Paint, 595) Color 37038 Randolph 92 North Carlstadt, Randolph 92 North Carlstadt, Randolph 92 North Carlstadt,

Source

Products 12th Street NJ 07072-2851 Products 12th Street NJ 07072-2851 Products 12th Street NJ 0707272851

Color

37875

flat Orange Paint, (Fed. Std. 595) Rocket Red Day Glo Color 566-13 Yellow Day Glo Color S66-17' Paint,

Color

38903

Paint,

Lambert Co. Inc. 920 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 0221571206 Lambert Co. Inc. 920 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 0221571206 Lambert Co. Inc. 920 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 0221571206

Green Color

Day Glo S66-18

Paint,

Blue Horizon Color S66-19

Day Glo

Paint,

Lambert Co. Inc. 920 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 0221571206 I Randolph 92 North Carlstadt, Products 12th Street NJ 07072-2851 Products 12th Street. NJ 07072-2851 Co.

Zinc Chromate Primer, (Fed. Std. TT-P-1757) Zinc Chromate ML-T-81772) Enamel Reducer, Reducer,

Type

Type

III

Randolph 92 North Carlstadt,

NO. RM892

Egyptian Lacquer Mfg. 555 Sagamore Pky P.O. Box- 4449 Lafayette, IN 47903 Commercially Kollsman 220 Daniel Merrimack, available

Thinner, .

Epoxy

Enamel Mask

Gasket Cementing KO P/N T38105-001

Webster Highway NH 03054

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
39948062233139948-82236 Table

Repair Materlals, Material


Gasket Applicator KO P/N T38105-002

Kont'd) Tools, Fixtures


601

and Equipment Source

Kollsman 220 Daniel Merrimack, Boards

Webste; Hlghway NH 03054

E (r

Prl nted (1)

Wiring

Boards are sprayed at manufacture with Moisture and fungus Proof Varnish as a protective measure (Conformal Coating No. 277, Plasti-Kote Inc.). Substitutes must conform to MIL-V-1738. If replacement of any component becomes necessary, respray the rework area with an acceptable coating. NOTE: Prior to the respray operation, the should be cleaned with Freon TF. a heat sink is advlsed

area to be resprayed
solId-state

(2) (3)

Use of

components, semiconductors,

when replacing transistors, etc.

A temperature-controlled soldering Iron with a 60.watt maximum rating is highly recommended. Avoid applying excessive heat to electronk components. Use 63/37 solder and noncorrosive flux when resoldering components. After soldering, remove flux residue with a swab moistened with alcohol.

F.

Repaint rear mounting flange Fig. 11, and bezel (70, IPL, (1) Remove all grease, to be reffnlshed. oil,

(40, IPL, Fig. 11, Fig. 1) as follows:


dfrt, and foreign

lamp matter

covers from

(SO, the

IPL,
surface

(2)

Spray parts with one coat (approximately 0.0003 to 0.0005 inch thick) of zinc chromate primer. Prepare primer by mixing one part by volume of zinc chromate primer with 2 to 2-l/2 parts zinc chromate reducer. Air dry minutes. NOTE: primed Primed parts parts at room must temperature coated for within a minimum 72 hours. 37038 of of 30

(3)

be top

(4)

Spray primed parts wtth flat black baking enamel (Color no. per FS595). Prepare enamel by mixing three parts by volume flat black baking enamel wtth one part enamel reducer. Allow parts to air dry for a minimum of 20 minutes.

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948082233/39948-82236
(6) (7) Bake painted Allow parts parts for one hour at +66"C (+lSO'F).

to cool to room temperature. hardness, air dry for 24 hours after *


from inslde surface any of bakfng.

NOTE: For full G.

Replace gasket (75, IPL, Fig. (1) (2) (3) (4)


(5) bezel

1) as follows:

Remove al 1 traces of old gasket material (70 9 IPL, Fig. 1).

Clean ins ide surface of bezel with Freon TF to remove remaining adhesive or gasket material. Apply #75 pressure sensitive bezel where gasket mates. adhesive to the inside
mask #T38105-001

surface and apply

of

Place gasket onto gasket cementing mask with gasket to bezel.


Hold mask with gasket applicator 30 minutes). jewel bearings

gasket In place applying even pressure using. #T38105-102 until gasket is set (approximately as follows: generally bearing. composed of a ring jewel and an

H.

Replace NOTE:

Jewel assemblies are endstone or a thrust

The ring jewel may be replaced rep1 ace the endstone, the ring 601, view A.) (1)

without removing the endstone, jewel must be removed. (See the bearing on an anvil

but Flgure the

to

Place the
jewel Select against bearing. Place

housing containing bearing facing down.

with

(2)

the proper size punch from the staking tool kit and press the thrust bearing just enough to remove the jewel (See Figure 601, view B.) the stak ng set anvI1 anvil over in a suitable hole of a staking frame.

(3) (4)

Place the hous down and place jewel Is down. With a jewel

ng on the new jewel

with the thrust the hole so the

bearing facing flat side of the

(See Figure
press in

601, view C.>


the the jewel matertal (view of 8). the jewel holder

(5) (6)

punch,

With the staking around the jewel

punch, stake Mew AL

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCEMANUAL 39948-B2233/39948-82236 I 0 Replace thrust (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) bearings as follows: bearing as previously described in steps G.(l)

Remove the jewel and G.(2). The thrust

bearing

is a loose fit

and should shake out. hole of the staking

Place the proper size anvll frame.

In a suitable

Place the housing on the anvil and place the endstone over the hole with the glass side up. (See Figure 601, view C.) Using a suttable hollow nose punch, which will rest on the mounting and not on the jewel Itself, push the endstone Into place (view 8). Replace the ring jewel G.(3) through G.(6). bearing as previously described in steps.

(6)

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.
JEWEL

ENOSTONE OFI
THRUST BEAFIINC

Jewel Replacement
Figure 601

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A b

General (1) This section reasjembllng sequence. of the manual is organized to aid a completely dismantled altimeter the technician in a logical in

(2)

Reassembly generally follows the reverse order of index numbers assigned to the exploded views. Fits, clearances, and dimensions specified apply only to those parts and assemblies which required disassembly to effect repair, replacement, or recalibration. Use accepted instrument shop procedures during all assembly operations. CAUTION: WHEN SOLDERING ANY SOLID-STATE DEVICES MS, TRANSISTORS, OR DIODES), USE A TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED IRON WITH A 60.WATT MAXIMUM RATING AND A HEAT SINK TO PREVENT HEAT DAMAGE. ENSURE THAT POWER TO THE INDICATOR IS DISCONNECTED OR TURNED OFF BEFORE ASSEMBLING ANY PORTION OF THE UNIT. ASSEMBLY WITH ENERGIZED EQUIPMENT MAY CAUSE VOLTAGE TRANSIENTS THAT COULD DAMAGE SOLID-STATE COMPONENTS. CAPSULE ASSEMBLIES ARE DELICATE AND MUST BE HANDLED WITH EXTREME CARE. THEIR ASSEMBLED PORTIONS SHOULD BE SUCH THAT COMPLETE FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT EXISTS AT ALL TIMES.

K!!

: Calibration

procedures for each assembly section will be outlined in paragraph I, if applicable. If any portion of a subassembly is disassembled, its applicable calibration procedure must be performed as indicated.

'

When installing a preformed packing, apply a very thin film of Dow Corning hivac silicone grease or equivalent to 1 ts surface. Prior to installation, runout, concentricity, check all gears and shafts and perpendicularity. check for motion. binding, If these for excesssymptoms

During assembly, continually ive backlash, or stiffness exist, correct as required.

of

During reassembly, do not vibration-proof screws, nuts, or other fastening devices which may require subsequent Upon completion of final calcalibration adjustments. tbration procedures, vibration-proof these components in accordance with the applicable procedures. Materials Equivalent 1401G required for substitutes assembly are listed in Table may be used for items listed. 701.

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Assembly Materials, Material Acetone Foam Swab

Table 701 Tools, Fixtures

and Equipment Source

Commercially Texwipe Co.

avai labie

650 E. Cresent

Ave.

P.O. Box 575 . Upper Saddle River, Freon TF

NJ 07458-1827

E.I. DuPont De Nemours and Co. Chemicals and Pigments Dept. Customer Service Center Brandywine Bldg., 15th Floor Wilmington, DE 19898
General Electric Co. Component Products Dtvison Industrial Components and Materials Schenectady, NY 12301 Dow Corning 3901 S. Saginaw Road P.O. Box 997 Mldland, MI 48640-2721 Commercially available

Glyptal s GE7526F (Blue)

Group

Hlvac Silicone

Grease

Isopropyl Krytox,

Alcohol
240AZ

E.I. DuPont De Nemours and Co. Chemicals and Pigments Dept. Customer Service Center Brandywine Bldg., 15th Floor Wflmington, DE 19898 Loctite Corp. 705 N. Mountain Road Newington, CT 06111-1411
Grade E

Locqulc

Activator

Loctite (Purple)

Sealant,

Loctf te Corp. 705 N. Mountain Road


Newington, CT 06111-1411 available Commercially

Moderately Stiff Brush (Watchmaker's No. 2) Moisture and Fungus Proof Varnish (Conformal Coating) (MIL-V-1738)

Plastf-Kote Co. Medfna, OH 44256

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948082233/39948-82236 Table Assembly Noncorrosive Rice Paper Treated Free SN63 Lens Cloth Tissue Flux

Materials,

701 (Cont'd) Tools, Fixtures

and

Equipment

Commercially Comtnercailly Commercially Commercially Commercially Commercially teflon sol!d; insulated (Black);

available available b available available available available

Si-licone Soft Solder, Lint

Trichloroethylene Electrical Wire: 24AWG (0.040 dia.) Alpha PIN E-24-2 Electrical Wire: 26AWG (0.021 dia.) Alpha P/N E-26-2 Electrical Wire: 26AWG (0.021 dia.) Alpha P/N E-26-3 Electrical Wire: 26AWG (0.021 dia.) Alpha PIN E-26-4

Alpha Wire Corp. 711 Ljdgerwood Ave. Elizabeth, NJ 07207 Alpha Wire C&p. 711 Lidgerwood Ave. Elizabeth, NJ 07207. Alpha Wire Corp. 711 Lidgerwood Ave. Elizabeth, NJ 07207 Alpha Wire Corp. 711 Lidgerwood Ave. Elizabeth, NJ 07207 Alpha Wire Corp. 711 Lidgerwood Ave. Elizabeth, NJ 07207

teflon insulated, stranded; (Black);

teflon insulated, stranded; (Red); teflon insulated, stranded; (Green);

Lacing Tape: flat, braided: Material: nylonfdacron; Finish: synthetic rubber-like resin, Width: 0.090; Thickness: 0.014; Alpha PIN LC-132 Safety Teflon Wire: MS20995C32

Commercially

available

Tubtng: 14AWG, Nom. dia.: 0.066; Thin wall Thickness:0.012; (Natural color) Alpha P/N TFT-200-14

Inside

Alpha Wire Co. 711 Lidgerwood Ave. Elizabeth, NJ 07207 Alpha Wire Co. 711 Lidgerwood Ave. Elizabeth, NJ 07207 l Kollsman 220 Daniel Merrimack,

22AWG, Nom. 0.027; Thin wall Thickness: 0.010; (Natural color) Alpha P/N TFT-200-22

Teflon

Inside dia.:

Tubing:

Calibration Chamber KO P/N ST-148

Webster Highway NH 03054

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948-82233139948-82236 Table Assembly Materials, 701 Tools, (Cont'd) Fixtures and Equipment Co. Street CA 92110

D.C. Power Supply Model BP-400

Power Mate 2727 Kurtz San Diego,

Manometer

SC6675

Meriam Instrument Co. 10920 Madison Ave. Cleveland, OH 44102-2526 Controller Monitor Kollsman 220 Daniel Merrimack, Kol lsman 220 Daniel Merrimack, of speclf1c to be used items to lubricate Webster Hlghway NH 03054

Precision Pressure KO P/N 18905810000

Test Fixture KO P/N 36578-002

Webster Highway NH 03054 during assembly

NOTE: 6.

Table 702 is a list and the procedures Vibration-proof threaded into CAUTION:

to

be lubricated them.

setscrews metal with

and 00-96 or Loctite Grade

O-80 screws of any head E (Purple) as follows:

style,

DO NOT USE LOCTITE SEALANT IN CONTACT WITH NONMETALS OR ORGANIC FINISHES SUCH AS PAINT, LACQUER, OR VARNISH. grease, oil, and dirt from or all surfaces to be joined. using either cadmium, only. of

(1) (2)

Clean

Apply Loctite to screw the two methods listed NOTE:

threads, in (3)

install, and cure (4) below.

Apply a 5% solution of Loqulc Activator to zinc, and gold plated surfaces and to plastic surfaces Mix 5 cc of Loquic Activator with 95 cc of trichloroethylene. assembled parts at room temperature for WILL 1 hour, for then 12 hours, cure at

(3) (4)

Cure

or: 212O-F

Air dry UOO'C) CAUTION:

at room temperature for 30 minutes. EXCESS LOCTITE loctlted Loctlte parts with

REMAIN LIQUID Remove all cloth.

AFTER CURING. traces of excess

(5)

Inspect (liquid)

closely. a clean

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 399480B2233/39948-82236 Table 702 Lubrication Table

Part
Preformed Connector Packing 31

IPL Figure & Item


80, 90,

No.

Lubrication

Procedure Dow Corning

Coat

lightly

with

and 140

hivac silicone

grease.

Coat preformed packing (P/O 120) lightly with Dow Corning hivac silicone grease. 135 and 250
235 and 305

Jewel and Holder Assembly


Rocking Assembly Bearing Assembly Shaft

Lubricate jewel paragraph E.


Lubricate rocking

in

accordance

with

jewel at rear side of shaft In accordance with

paragraph E.
and Housing 310

Lubricate jewel bearing at front of hqusing assembly in accordance with paragraph E.


side

Rear Bearing Housing Assembly


.

395

Lubricate
side with

jewel of housing paragraph

bearing at front in accordance E. bearing shaft in E'. at rear accordance

Marker Shaft Assembly Frame Assembly

465

Lubricate jewel side of marker with paragraph Lubricate side of

580

jewel bearing at front frame assembly in accordance with paragraph E. when specified, from all using Glyptal to Adhesive, be joined. G.E.

C.

Vibration-proof 7526F (Blue), (1) (2) Clean

screws, as follows: grease, oil,

and dirt

surfaces

Apply Glyptal in accordance with the applicable illustration in Figure 701 to: screw heads of any type adjacent to nonmetal with or without intervening washers, flat head screws used adjacent to metal, all headed screws from size #l up .not having locking devices, and partially seated calibration and adjustment screws. NOTE: Application of Glyptal 1s not required on screws used to tighten collar clamps on spllt hubs or similar clamping devices where the fastener imparts mechanical self-locking characteristics.

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EXTERNAL fib

,APPLY

APPROXIMATELY

SLOT IF POSSIBLE

-/

\THREAD

(120) AROUND _BACK OFF SIDE. ON

Application

F1gure
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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948082233/39948-B2236 (3) E. After assembly, jewel 702). bearing cure Glyptal surfaces at with

room temperature
Krytox 240AZ

for

4 to

6 hours. (Refer .

Lubricate to Table WARNING:

as follows:

PERSONNEL USING KRYTOX 240AZ LUBRICANT SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION. HANDS SHOULD BE WASHED THOROUGHLY BEFORE SMOKING. CONTAMINATION OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS WITH KRYTOX MAY PRODUCE INFLUENZA LIKE SYMPTOMS IN PERSONS SMOKING.

0)
.

Use a 0.005/0.006 inch diameter wire (preferably music wire or stainless steel wire) with the end ground square and the edge broken slightly. Mount the wire in a brass/aluminum holder or small pin vise. Bend the w ire slightly so it and the jewel are visible for lube operation. (See Figure 702). Place a quantity of grease, approximately drop of water, in a jeweler '5 oil cup. thin layer of grease no more than 0.020 NOTE: equivalent to a small Smooth it out to form a inch thick.

(2)

The small dish of Krytox lubricant should be kept covered at all times when not in use and should be changed weekly to assure that the Krytox remains clean. Contaminated Krytox can cause excessive friction.

(3)

(4)

Clean the jewels ultrasonically prior to lubrication. Apply the lubricant to the cleaned jewel, not the pivot. Set the oil cup in a vertical position. Touch the wire'to the cup and then carefully draw straight back so that sufficient grease adheres to the wire for lubrication of one jewel. \ Insert the wire into the jewel assembly, al lowing it to touch the endstone, if one is used, or to extend approximately 0.015 to 0.030 inch through the jewel if only a ring stone is used. Then slowly withdraw the wire using a circular hand motion so that the wire travels around the jewel I.D. This is similar to drawing a circle on a paper with a pencil, (See Figure 703). As the wire is extracted, it leaves a small deposit of Krytox on the underside of the jewel. The entrance side of the wire should be at the side that the pivot enters the jewel at assembly with the shaft. Care must be exercised on jewels where a shouldered pivot is used to preclude getting lubricant on the face of the jewel. (See Figure 704.1 If lubricant is deposited on such a face, the jewel must be ultrasonically cleaned and the procedure repeated. Assemble jewels and their shafts as soon as possible after lubrication so that the assembly is kept free of contamination. (Do not lubricate and store subassemblies.> With this procedure, the pivots are also cleaned prior to assembly and are not to be touched again. The use of a low power blnocular microscope (approximately 20 x to 30 x) is very useful for this An operator can develop the necessary application of Krytox. handling skill with a little practice.

(5)

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948082233/39948-82236

FILM OF KRYTOX .0154020 THICK em-- 0-0---I-/- c1-\ /COVER TO KEEP LUBE CLEAN

HOLDER .005/.006 WIRE

INSERT AND WITHDR VERTlCALLY (NO SIDE MOTION)

OIL CUP GLASS

Jewel Lubrication Figure 702


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LUBEWIRE
SAPPHIRE

DEPOSIT OF LUBE LEFT ON INNER BORE OF JEWEL

. LL
f Jewel Lubrication Figure 703

TO LEAN ON BORE OF JEWEL AS IT IS MOVED AROUND HOLE AND OUT OF HOLE SIMULTANEOUSLY

GHT

ROTATE AND SLOWLY WITH

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TOUCH THE END STONE FACE

DO NO T GET ANY LUBE ON FACT OF JEWEL

Jewel

Lubrtcation

Figure 704
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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948-82233139948-82236 F. Printed NOTE: (1) Wiring Board Assembly Al (See shall

IPL, Fig.
exceed

3) 0.380 inch from the

Maximum component height top surface of PWB drilling If three standoffs side of PWB drilling swage. Assemble two mounting and Q2 (55).

not (70).

(65) were previously (701, then secure pads

removed, assemble to rear in place using a roll * to two transistors Ql

(2)

XQl and X92 (60)

(3)

Assemble two transistors then solder in place in section. Assemble K2 (45).

Ql and 92 (55) to PWB drilling accordance with.paragraph E of XKl and XK2 (50) to two relays

(701, "REPAIR" Kl and

(4) (5)

two mounting

pads

Assemble two relays solder In place in section. Assemble electrical (701, then solder "REPAIR" section.

Kl and K2 (45) accordance with components place in

to PWB drilling paragraph E of

(70), then "REPAIR"

(6)

in

(10 through 40) to PWB drilling accordance with paragraph E of to to into

(7)

Assemble two connectors 52 and 33 (5) with associated wiring printed wiring board drilling (701, then solder in place in accordance with paragraph C.(2) of REPAIR section. Refer Table 703 for wire .list. Using lacing tape, a bundle, then tie (70)
l

(8)

tie each of each bundle IPL,

the two connector to printed wiring

wire groups board drilling

G.

Mechanism (1) (2)

Assembly

(See

Fig.

2)
screw (570)

If previously then assemble Assemble lightly

removed, assemble hex nut (575) onto screw (570) to frame assembly (580). to frame assembly (580) (560) and one lockwasher

spring clamp (555) using one cap screw

and secure (565). and secure

(3)

Assemble A/S sector stop (540) to frame assembly (580) using two cap screws (545) and two lockwashers (550).

(4)

Assemble drum indicator (505) to indicator support (525) using one each: cap screw (5101, lockwasher (519, and flat washer (520).

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948-82233139948-82236 Printed Wiring Table 703 Board Assembly

L .

. (Al) Wire List

FROM 320BLUE 320GREEN 32-YELLOW 320ORANGE JZ-RED 320BROWN

TO Al-10 Al-8 Al-7 Al-5 Al-4 Al-3 Al-2 Al-14 Al-13 Al-12 Al-11 Al-9 Al-6 Al-l

SIDE FRONT FRONT FRONT FRONT FRONT FRONT FRONT REAR REAR REAR REAR REAR REAR REAR ,SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF

LENGTH LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R> (A/R) (A/R) (A/R> (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R)

>2-BLACK
330BLUE 330YELLOW J3-ORANGE 330RED J3-BROWN 330GREEN 330BLACK

(5)

Assemble indicator support (525) 520) to frame assembly using one lockwasher (535). If capsule previously (a) support and A/S contact disassembled, reassemble

with attached parts (505 cap screw (530) and one

through

(6)

assembly (-470) as follows:

has been

Attach a piece of 26AWG green electrical wire to the terminal on contact and holder assembly (4801, then solder in place in accordance with paragraph C. of "REPAIR" section. Assemble contact and holder assembly (480) to support (500) using two each cap screws (4851, (490). and flat washers (49% capsule support and A/S contact assembly (580) ustng three machine screws (475). frame with assembly (580) Table 702. and marker shaft capsule lockwashers t-470) to frame

(b)

(7)

Assemble assembly Lubricate accordance

(8) (9)

assembly shaft

(465)

in

Assemble calfbration arm clamp (455) to marker (4651 and secure using cap screw (460). Insert secure calibratton arm (445) using setscrew (450). (435) (465) Into calfbration shaft using

assembly

(10) (11)

arm clamp pinion (430) two setscrews

(455)

and

Assemble collar clamp marker shaft assembly

and marker and secure

onto (440).

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948082233/39948-82236 (12) Assemble collar to marker shaft (425). clamp (420) and spring and arbor assembly (415) assembly (465) and secure using two setscrews

(13)

Lubricate frame assembly (580) and marker shaft assembly (465 1 in accordance with Table 702, then insert marker shaft assembly (465) with attached parts (415 through 460) into frame assemb lY ? from the rear side. Lubricate rear bearing housing assembly (395) in accordance with Table 702, then assemble rear bearing housing assembly (395) to frame assembly (580) using two each: cap screws (400>, lockwashers (4501, and flat washers (410). Assemble spring clamp (395) using one each: flat washer (390). (375) to rear bearing machIne screw (3801, housing assembly lockwasher (3851, . assembly and flat and

(14)

(15)

(16)

Assemble sprfng clamp (355) to rear bearing housing (395) and secure lightly using machine screw (360) washer (365). Assemble assembly Assemble assembly pinion (465) pinion (350) and collar and secure (335) and and secure

(17) (18) (19)

assembly (340) to marker shaft uslng four setscrews (345). collar using clamp (325) two setscrews to pointer (330).

shaft

Assemble hairspring (320) to pointer shaft assembly (3501, then insert pointer shaft assembly (350) with attached parts (325 through 335) through rear bearing housing assembly (395) and into marker shaft assembly (465). Lubricate bearing and housing assembly (310) in accordance with Table 702, then assemble bearing and housing assembly (310) to rear bearing housing assembly (395) and secure using setscrew (315). Assemble altitude Figure 70% (a) (b> rocking shaft assembly (300) C-260) as follows: clamp (See (290)

(20)

(21)

Assemble sector gear assembly onto rocking shaft assembly.

and collar

Position sector gear assembly (300) so that the front surface of sector gear (P/O 300) is 0.480 inch from front shoulder of rocking shaft assembly (305) and secure using two setscrews (295). Assemble spring and arbor assembly (285) onto rocking shaft assembly (305) and posltion so that front surface of spring and arbor assembly (285) is 0.300 inch from front shoulder of rocking shaft assembly (30%

Cc)

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. Assemble calibrating arm clamp (275) onto rocking shaft assembly (309, position so that the front surface of calibrating arm clamp (290) is 0.090 inch from the front shoulder of rocking shaft assembly (305) and secure using cap screw (280). Assemble arm and pin assembly (265) to calibrating (275) and secure using setscrew (270). * arm clamp COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948-82233139948-82236

(d)

(e)

(22) Lubricate jewel and holder assembly (250) in accordance with Table 702, then assemble jewel and holder assembly (250) to frame (580) and secure llghtly using setscrew (255). (23) Assemble pivot assembly (240) to frame assembly (580) and secure lightly using setscrew (245). (24) Lubricate rocking shaft assembly (305) in accordance with Table 702, then insert altitude rocking shaft assembly t-260) between ptvot assembly (240) and jewel and holder assembly (250). (25) Adjust positIon of pivot assembly (240) and jewel and holder assembly (250) to provide 0.001 to 0.003 inch endplay on altitude rocking shaft assembly. (-260) and tighten setscrews (245 and 25% (26) Assemble A/S rocking (a) (b) (c) (d) Assemble spring assembly (235). shaft and sector assembly (-145) as follows: shaft '

and arbor assembly (230) onto rocking

Assemble calibrating arm clamp (220) onto rocking shaft assembly (235) and secure . using cap socket head screw (22% Assemble arm and pin assembly (210) to calibrating (220) and secure using setscrew (215). arm clamp

Assemble A/S sector gear assembly (205) and collar clamp (195) onto rocking shaft assembly (235) and secure using two setscrews (200). Assemble steel washers (185 and 190). sector gear assembly (1801, and collar clamp (170) onto rocking shaft assembly (235) and secure lightly using two setscrews (175). NOTE: Install the same number of steel washers (185 and 190) as was recorded during disassembly. Adjust this quantity as necessary to center contact spring (P/O 180) on contact screw (P/O 205).

(e)

(f) (g)

Assemble calibrating arm clamp (160) onto rocking assembly (235) and secure using cap screw (165). Assemble counterweight (150) to calibrating and secure using setscrew (155).

shaft

arm clamp (160)

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1.!WO REP Aao REF REF


300 300 REF

CI

m < <

/-

SECTOR GEAR ASSEMBW (300) .


COLLAR CLAMP (290)

.oso REF y . . F T,, 1 .I -I-. . , 11.. , ,-a------

l
ARM f

a*
. . .

ROCKING

SHAm (305)

ASSEMBLY

CALIBRATING ClAMP (275)

SPRING AND ARBOR ASSEMBLY (285)

Altitude

Rocking Shaft Assembly Figure 705

C-260)

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCEMANUAL 399480B2233/39948-82236 (h) Adjust the posftfon of collar clamp (170) to provide 0.001 to 0.003 inch endplay on sector gear assembly (180) and ttghten two setscrews (175). Check to see that there is 0.010 inch minimum clearance between front side of contact screw terminal (P/O 205) and back surface of sector (P/O 180). If not, reset endplay on sector gear assembly (180) as necessary. *

(1)

(27) Lubricate jewel and holder assembly (135) in accordance with Table 702, then assemble jewel and holder assembly (135) to frame (580) and secure lightly using setscrew (140).
.

(28) Assemble pivot assembly (125) to frame assembly (580) and secure lightly using setscrew (130). (29) Lubricate rocking shaft assembly (235) tn accordance with Table 702, then insert A/S rocking shaft and sector assembly (-145) between pivot assembly (125) and jewel and holder assembly (135).
(30) Adjust position of pivot

assembly (125)
to 0.003 assembly (-145) 0.001

assembly (135) to provide rocking shaft and sector (130 and 140).
(31) Before proceeding,

and jewel and holder inch endplay on A/S and tighten setscrews
parts

ensure the following

are properly pinion


with

mated:

(a> (b) Cc)

Sector of sector gear assembly (180) and collar assembly (340). Sector of A/S sector
gear

with

of pinion
(335). (430) .

assembly (205)

pinion

Sector of sector gear assembly (300) with marker shaft pinion (430). Sector (P/O 300) should overlap pinion
by 2 to 3 teeth.

(32) Assemble altitude capsule assembly (105) and capsule clamp (110) to frame assembly (580) and secure using two cap screws (115). (33) If previously into altitude (34) Connect
assembly (35) (36) (37) Connect capsule

removed, press link (100).


altitude

fit

jewel
assembly

(90) and endstone .


(-85)

(95)

one end of (265). the other assembly

link

to arm and pin

end of altitude link assembly (-85) to altitude (105) and secure using pin (80) and clip (75).

Assemble A/S capsule assembly (60) and capsule clamp (65) to frame assembly (580) and secure using two cap screws (70). Connect (210). one end of IAS link assembly

(55) to arm and pin

assembly

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948082233/39948-B2236 (38) (39) (40) Connect the other end of IAS link assembly (55) to A/S capsule assembly (60) and secure using pin (50) and clip (45). (40) to frame assembly 1 turn, C5801, (580) using

Assemble dial (30) and shield three dial screws (35).

Wind spring and arbor of spring into spring with wedge (120). Wind spring and arbor

assembly (230) 314 to stud on frame assembly

insert tail and secure tail cap

(41)

of spring under spring screw (560).


(42) Wind hairspring

assembly (285) 3/4 to 1 turn, insert clamp (5551, and secure by tigh.tening turns, insert by tightening

under spring (360).


(43) Wind spring

(320) l-1/4 to l-1/2 clamp (3551, and secure

tail of spring cap screw

tail of spring (370).


(44) Before

and arbor assembly (415) l-l/4 to l-112 turns, insert into spring clamp (3751, and secure with wedge assembly, perform mechanism assembly in paragraphs I.(l) and I.(3).

calibration

proceeding with as outlined

(45) After calibration has been completed, apply glyptal to two each cap screws (70 and 1151, one each cap screws (165, 225, 280, 360, and 5601, one each setscrews (155, 215, 270, and 295) and two
each (46) H. setscrews (175 and 200) in accordance with paragraph C. using Assemble retainer assembly three shoulder screws (10) Allowable three Airspeed (5) to frame assembly (580) and three spacers (15). (See posts has been IPL, (195) Figure into 1) assembly

Maximum (1) (2)

Indicator

Screw (200).

chamb r mounting assemb as fol y (-165) ows :

mechanism

If harness reassemble
(a)

previously

disassembled,

Place a piec of teflon tubing (TFT-200-22) over the leads of diode CR1 (1851, assemble diode CR1 (185) to the rear side of terminal board assembly TBl (1901, then solder in place in accordance with paragraph E of "REPAIR" section. (See Figure 706). NOTE: Cathode terminal lead 5. of CR1 (185) should be attached to

(b)

Attach the wiring from connector P3 (180) to the appropriate terminals on the rear side of terminal board assembly TBl (1901, then solder in place in accordance with paragraph C.(2) of *'REPAIRN1 section. Refer to Table 704 for wire list.

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P3/TBl

Wire

List LENGTH SELF SELF SELF SELF ' SELF SELF LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R)

FROM 930YELLOW P3-RED P3-ORANGE P3-BLACK P3-BROWN P3-BLUE P3-GREEN

*-

(c) (3) (4)

Secure

the

wires

of

harness

assemly

(-165)

using assembly (175).

lacing (ZOO)

tape.

Assemble harness assembly (-165) to mechanism using two cap screws (170) and two lockwashers

Attach the appropriate wires from mechanism assembly (200) to the front side of terminal board assembly TBl (190). then solder In place In accordance with paragraph C of "REPAIR" section. Refer to Table 705 for ntre 1Ist. Mechanism Table 705 Assembly/TBl Wire List

FROM Ll-1 Ll-2 Sl-El Sl-E6 SZ-E2 SZ-E3 DSl-1 DSl-2

TO TBl-5 TBl-6 TBl-13 TBl-7 TBl-8 TBl-4 TBl-10 TBl-11

COLOR RED BLACK YELLOW GREEN YELLOWGREEN RED BLACK

AWG SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF .

LENGTH LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD A/R A/R (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R) (A/R)

-me

a--

26AHG 26AWG

(5) (6)

Secure the wiring tape, as necessary,

from mechanism assembly to prevent interference

(200) using lacing within the indicator. mechanism lockwashers

Assemble printed wiring board assembly assembly (200) using three each: cap (1551, and flat washers (160). If harness reassemble assembly (-115) as follows: has been

Al (145) to screws (1501,

(7)

previously

disassembled,

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Terminal

Board

Assembly (190) Figure 706

Rear

View

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(a) Attach the three appropriate wires to of connector 31 (1201, then solder in with paragraph C of REPAIR section. wire list. pins "F," I'G," and N8H8u place in accordance Refer to Table 706 for '

P2/31 Harness
FROM TO 31-F

Table 706 Assembly

Wire

List

, LENGTH A/R A/R A/R

COLOR BLACK RED BLACK -mm -mm -me a--mm -ma

AWG 24AWG 26AWG 26AWG mm0-m -mm 0-m m-m m-0

Jl-SHELL TBl-10 TBl-11 PZ-BROWN P2-RED P2-YELLOW P2-GREEN P2-BLUE P2-ORANGE (b)

31-G
Jl-H 31-A 31-B

SELF LEAD (A/R)


SELF SELF SELF SELF SELF LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD LEAD (A/R) (A/R) (A/R> (A/R) (A/R>

31-C
31-O 3-E

31-F

Place a piece of teflon tubing (TFT-200-14) over the solder connections at pins "G" and 'oH" of connector Jl (120) and onto each of the wires of connector P2 (125). Attach the appropriate wires from connector connector Jl (1201, then solder in place in paragraph C.(2) of REPAIR section. Refer wire list. 92 (125) accordance to Table to with 706 for over

(c)

(d)

Position the pieces of teflon tubing prevfously placed the wires of connector P2 (125) so that they cover the solder connections on connector 31 (120).

(e)

Attach the free wire from pin 'IF" of connector 31 (120) to the backside of the connector shell (P/O 120), then solder In place in accordance with paragraph C of "REPAIR" section. Refer to Table 706 for wire list. . Attach the appropriate wires from connector 31 (120) to terminals 10 and 11 on the rear side of terminal board assembly TBl (190). then solder in place in accordance with paragraph C.(2) of "REPAIR" sectton. Refer to Table 706 for . wire list. Secure tape. the wires of harness assembly%115) using lacing

(f)

(g) (8)

Lubricate preformed packing (P/O 120) 702, insert connector Jl (120) through secure using hex nut (P/O 200).

in accordance rear chamber

with Table (130) and

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(9) (10) 01) (12)
t

Lubricate preformed packing and assemble to pitot fitting Assemble pitot 1) and secure

(140) tn accordance with (P/O 60, IPL, Fig. 2). to rear screw chamber (110). (130,

Table

702

fitttng (P/O 60) using pitot flttlng

IPL, Fig.
posts 3) and (195)

Assemble rear chamber and secure us!ng three

(130) to three screws (135).

chamber

mounting e

Plug connector P2 (125) to connector 32 (5, IPL, Fig. connector 53 (5) to connector P3 (180, IPL, Fig. 1). Before proceeding with calibration as outlined

(13)

assembly, perform indicator assembly in paragraphs I.(4) and I.(5). (1301, then lubricate with Table 702 and assemble sockets In mechanism assembly

(14) Insert fflter

(105) into rear chamber preformed packing (100) in accordance to rear chamber (130). lamps DSl-DS4 (95) into (ZOO).

(15) Insert four


(16)

If bezel and gasket assembly C-60) has been disassembled, reassemble gasket (75) to bezel (70) 1n accordance with G of "REPAIR" section.

paragraph

(17)

Lubricate two preformed packings (80 and 90) in accordance with Table 702, then assemble preformed packing (901, double wedge window assembly (851, and preformed packing (80) to bezel and gasket assembly C-60). Assemble bezel and gasket assembly C-60) to mechanism (200) and secure using four machine screws (65). Assemble two lamp using two machine covers screws (SO) to bezel (55) each. and gasket assembly C-60)

(18) (19)

assembly

(20) (21)

Assemble rear mounting flange (40) to C-60) using four machine screws (45).

bezel

and gasket

assembly (40) of through by

Assemble five memory indfces (35) to rear mounting inserting through loading notch in upper left hand rear mountfng flange (40). Insert mechanism assembly (200) with attached 195) into case and end cap assembly (20) and screws (25) and two flat washers (30). Secure screw (15) to case screw (15) and two screws If previously Info nameplate removed, (51 to parts

flange portion (35

(22)

secure using two


then secure

(23) (24)

and end cap assembly (201, (25) using safety wire.

assemble calibration stamp (10) case and end cap assembly (20).

and mod

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCEMANUAL 39948-82233139948-82236 (25) Test Indicator In accordance with FAULT ISOLATIONfi' sectjon. procedures 1n "TESTING AND

I.

Caltbratlon (1) General (a> Calibration procedures for each subassembly will be outlined in this paragraph, if applicable. If any portion of a subassembly has been disassembled, its applicable caltbratlon procedure must be perform&d as indicated. Light vibration or vtbratfon shall be applied to the fndicator to remove any frtctfon before any readings are taken.

(b)

(2)

Mechanism Assembly Altl tude Callbratton (a) Check to see that altitude link assembly (85, IPL, Figure 2) has freedom of movement and is not bottoming out on arm and pin assembly (265) or calfbrating arm clamp (275) before starting caljbraton. Place MAAS pointer (25) onto marker shaft approximately 229 knots. Place MAAS pointer (25) onto marker shaft approximately 247 knots.
(540) so that Retighten two

h A A

(b> (b> W

assembly (465) at assembly (465) at


stop :'-

Loosen two cap screws (545) then set the AIS sector the MAAS pointer (25) reads 231 knots. cap screws <545).

Loosen two cap screws (545) then set the A/S sector (540) so that the MAAS pointer (25) reads 249 knots. Retlghten two cap screws (545). ST-148

stop

(d)

Place mechanism assembly (-1) into Callbration Chamber and connect calibratlan chamber to Precision Pressure Controller Monitor P/N 18905810000. (See Figure 707.)
a pressure of 16,400 reads 231 knots. a pressure of 16,400 reads 249 knots. feet and verify

/a,

(e)

Adjust PPC-M to obtain that MAAS pointer (25) Adjust PPC-M to obtain that MAAS pointer (25)

/8\

(e)

feet

and verify

(f)

If reading is out of tolerance, return pressure and remove mechanism assembly Chamber ST-1 48.

PPC-M to ambient (-1) from Calfbratlon

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Loosen setscrew (440) on collar clamp (4351, adjust marker shaft pinion (430) to obtain correct reading, and retighten
setscrew (440). Place mechanfsm assembly (-1) back into ST-148 and repeat steps (e) through (g) the pickup point reading is correct. Adjust PPC-M to obtain that MAAS pointer (25) Adjust PPC-M to obtain that MAAS pointer (25)

(h)

Calibratjon
as necessary ? feet feet

Chamber
until

A A

(1) (1)

a pressure of 25,000 reads 194 knots.


a pressure of 25,000 reads 209 knots.

and verify and verify

<j)

If reading is out of tolerance, correct error by moving the altitude capsule assemby (105) positton, which determines the starting angle of altitude link assembly (851, and changing the effective length of arm and pin assembly (265) in calibrating arm clamp (275) as follows:
1 Moving the position of

outward away from capsule clamp (110)


mechanism, correcting positfon of altftude correcting 5 for plus

assembly (105) will speed up the for minus errors. Moving the capsule assembly (105) inward toward

altitude

capsule

capsule clamp (110) will


errors.

slow down the mechanism,

To move altitude capsule assembly (1051, loosen two cap screws (115) that hold capsule clamp (110) in place. Once capsule assembly (105) has been correctly positioned, retighten two cap screws (115). CAUTION: WHEN MAKING A CAPSULE MOVE, MAKE SURE THAT THE CAPSULE ASSEMBCY (105) IS NOT ROTATED.. ROTATING THE CAPSULE ASSEMBLY WILL CREATE BINDING WITH ALTITUDE LINK ASSEMBLY (85).

2 Moving

- 'callbratlng

arm and pin assembly (265) outward away from arm clamp (275)' will slow down the mechanism, Moving the arm and pin correcting for minus errors. assembly (265) inward toward calibrating arm clamp (275) will speed up the mechanism, correcting for plus errors.

the

To move arm and pin


(270). correctly

assembly (2651, loosen setscrew Once arm and pin assembly (265) has been positioned, retlghten screw (270). .

A by

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If adjustments have been made to either the altitude capsule assembly (105) or the arm and pin assembly (265) as described in previous steps <jI 1 and (3) 2, it will be necessary to reset the pickup poTnt using the procedure outlined in steps (d) through (h) as necessary. Once all adjustments have been completed, place mechanism assembly (-1) back into Calibration Chamber ST-148 and perform Vlaximum Allowable Airspeed Scale Error, Hysteresis, and After Effect Test" as outlined in paragraph J of TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION4 section.
Repeat steps readings are (1) through (11, within tolerance. as necessary, until all
test

(1)

(m)

(n>

Adjust the PPC-M to obtain a pressure of 35,000 feet and verify MAAS pointer (25) continues to move and that sector gear assembly (300) maintains its mesh with marker shaft pinion (430). Return the PPC-M to ambient pressure, remove the mechanism assembly (-1) from Calibration Chamber ST-148, and proceed
to mechanism assembly A/S calibration.

(01

(3)

Mechanism Assembly A/S Calibration (a) (b)


Preset the approximately

A/S capsule assembly (60) so that 0.025 inch above capsule clamp

it is (69.

Loosen two cap screws (545) to allow A/S sector stop (540) to move away from frame assembly (580) so it will not
interfere during the A/S calibration procedure. Back stem the capsule low stop screw, located In the mounting of A/S capsule assembly (601, off two turns KCW).

Place mechanism assembly (-1) into Calibration Chamber ST-148 and connect caljbration chamber to Precision Pressure Controller Monitor P/N 18905810000 and Manometer SC6675
NOTE:

during
(e) Adjust Verify

The manometer must be used to monitor test the entire A/S calibration procedure.

pressure

the PPC-M to obtain a pressure equal that the mechanism travels throughout range as pressure is varied. the PPC-M to obtain a pressure equal

to 300 knots. its entire

(f)

Adjust

to

51 knots.

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Figure
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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948-82233/39948-82236 (g) Place pointer assembly (20) onto pointer (350) at 50 knots. shaft assembly

NOTE: Once the pointer assembly (20) has been set, do not reset or alter its position during the calibration procedure. After setting initial pointer assembly (20) reading at 50 knots, perform scale error portion of "Airspeed Scale Error . and friction Test" as outlined in paragraph I of "TESTING . AND FAULT ISOLATION~~section.

If readings are out of tolerance,

correct errors by a combination of moving the A/S capsule assembly (60) position, which determines the speed of the pointer assembly (201, and changing the effective length of arm and pin assembly (210) in the calibrating arm clamp (215) as follows:. Moving the position of A/S capsule assembly (60) upward away from capsule clamp (65) will increase the pointer speed. Moving the position of A/S capsule assembly (60) downward toward capsule clamp (65) will decrease the . pointer speed. & To move A/S screws (70) Once capsule positioned, capsule assembly (601, loosen two cap that hold capsule clamp (65) in place. assembly (60) has been correctly retighten two cap screws (70).

CAUTION: WHENMAKING A CAPSULEMOVE, MAKE SURE THAT THE CAPSULEASSEMBLY(60) IS NOT ROTATED. ROTATING THE CAPSULEASSEMBLYWILL CREATE BINDING WITH IAS LINK ASSEMBLY (55). (1) When A/S calibration 1 is complete, reset stops as follows:

Turn capsule low stop screw located in the mounting stem of A/S capsule assembly (60) in (CW) direction until it makes contact internally; then back off (CCW) l/8 turn. Moving the arm and pin assembly (210) inward toward calibrating arm clamp (220) will increase the range of pointer assembly (20). Moving the arm and pin assembly (210) outward away from calibrating arm clamp (220) will decrease the range of pointer assembly (20). a To move arm and pin assembly (2101, loosen setscrew (215). Once arm and pin assembly (210) has been correctly positioned, retighten setscrew (215). until . all test

Cj)

Repeat steps (h) and (I), as necessary, readings are within to1 erance.

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948-82233139948-82236 (k) Return the PPC-M to ambient pressure, mechanism assembly &l) from CallbratIon 2 (m) then remove the Chamber ST-148. pointer assembly cap screws (545). assembly. Figure 708)

Position A/S sector stop (540) to align (20) exactly at 0 feet and tighten two have been Warning reset, proceed with (See

Once stops

(4)

Indicator
(a)

Overspeed

Calibration

Connect the indkator to Test Fixture P/N 36578 as shown in Figure 101. place Yl" on the fabricated cable in the position to monitor the "OVERSPEED" output signal, and apply power to the indicator. Rotate pointer shaft assembly (350) until pointer assembly (20) reads between 232 and 233 knots and verify that the "OVERSPEED" lamp on the tester illuminates. Rotate pointer shaft assembly (350) until pointer assembly (20) reads between 250 and 251 knots and verify that the "OVERSPEED1' lamp on the tester illuminates. If lamp airspeed
M

(b)

(b>

(c>

fails to illuminate is obtained, adjust four setscrews assembly (340). pinion and collar Jlluminates.

or illuminates as follows: which secure (340)

before

correct

Loosen collar Rotate tester

(345)

pinion until

and lamp on

assembly

Retighten four setscrews (345) while ma intaining and lamp assembly (20) between 232 and 233 knots . tester illuminated. Retighten four setscrews (345) while ma intaining assembly (20) between 250 and 251 knots and lamp tester illuminated.' (d) &> Repeat reading previous steps is correct. (b) and Cc>, as necessary, until

pointer on pointer on

After overspeed warning point in Calibration Chamber ST-148 TEST" as outlined in paragraph ISOLATION section.

has been set, place indicator and perform "OVERSPEED WARNING K of "TESTING-AND FAULT repeat previous all readings are steps (b) correct.

(f)

If readings through (e),

are out of tolerance, until as necessary,

A A.

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39948.82233/39948-82236 (g) Once indicator over speed warning calibration is complete, remove indicator from caltbration chamber and proceed to Indicator lowspeed warning calibration. Lowspeed Warning
'51" on the Calibration cable (See in Figure 708)

(5)

Indicator (a) Place

fabricated

monitor (b)
.

the "LOWSPEEDtO output

signal.

the position ,

to

Rotate pointer shaft assembly (350) until pointer assembly (20) reads 135 knots and verify that the "LOWSPEED"lamp on the tester illuminates.
If

Cc)

lamp fails to illuminate or illuminates before the correct airspeed is obtained, adjust as follows: Loosen two setscrews
(330).

1 2 1 Cd) (e)

(320) which secure collar lamp on tester

clamp

Rotate pinion

(335) until

illuminates.

Retlghten two setscrews (320) whtle maintaining pointer assembly (20) at 135 knots and lamp on tester illuminated.
as necessary,

reading

Repeat previous steps (b) and (cl, is correct. -

until

After

lowspeed warning point has been set, place Indicator in Calibration Chamber ST-148 and perform "LOWSPEED WARNING TEST" as outlined In paragraph L of "TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION section. If reading is out of tolerance, through (e), as necessary, until
repeat previous steps reading is correct. cal!bration chamber, is complete, (b)

(f> (g)

Once indicator
remove indicator

lowspeed warning
from calibration

disconnect

test

setup,

and proceed with assembly.

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AWUSTA SCREW ADJUSTABLE INSOUTED BRACKET STUD ON BRACKET (-1

A/S 8EClOI)

OEM

AS8EUBl.V

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YABKEB SHAf T ASSEUBLV VW POINIEII SHAFT ASSEUBLV PW

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL

399480B2233/39948-82236 . 1.
Fits A. and Clearances General Fits and 801 . clearances required during overhaul are referenced * e Fits and Clearances in Table

Fl ts

Table 801 and Clearances

Nomenclature

IPL Ftgure
2

& Item -145

No.

A/S Rocking and Sector

Shaft Assembly

Adjust position of pivot assembly (125) and jewel and holder assembly (135) to provide 0.001 to 0.003 Inch endplay Center 205) 190) contact using

Sector

Gear Assembly

180

180) on contact

spring (P/O screw (P/O washers (185 and

Sector

Gear

Assembly

180

Adjust position of collar clamp (170) to provide 0.001 to 0.003 inch endplay 0.010 inch clearance minimum between front side of contact screw terminal (P/O 205) and back surface of sector (P/O 180) Wind . 3/B turn to 1 turn

A/S Sector Assembly

Gear

205

. Spring and Arbor Assembly Altitude Rocking Assembly Shaft 2 2 230 -260

Adjust positlon of pivot assembly (240) and jewel and holder assembly (250) to provide 0.001 to 0.003 inch endplay Position so that front surface of calibrating arm clamp is 0.090 inch from front shoulder of rocking shaft assembly (305) Position of spring is 0.300 shoulder assembly so that front surface and arbor assembly Inch from front of rocking shaft (305) *

Caltbrating

Arm Clamp

275

Spring and Arbor Assembly

285

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39948082233/39948-82236 Table 801 Kont'd) FI ts and Clearances Nomenclature Spring and Arbor Assembly Sector Gear and Assembly .

IPL Figure & Item No.


2 2 285 300

Fits

and Clearances

Wtnd 3/4 turn to-1 turn Position so that front surface of sector gear (P/O 300) 1s 0.480 Inch from front shoulder of rocking shaft assembly (309 Wind l-1/4 Wind l-1/4 turns turns turns to ?-l/2 to 1-1~2 turns

Hairsplng Spring and Arbor Assembly Prlnted Wiring Board Assembly (Al)

2 2 3

320 415 -1

Maximum height of all components 0.380 from top surface of PWB drilling (70)

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 399480B2233/39948-82236 . 1. Special A. Tools. Fixtures. and Equ inment General This section contains listings of special tools, fixtures, and equipment needed to perform the work listed in other sections. Equivalent substitutes may be used for items listed. (1) (2) . See Table required. See Table equipment. 901 for 902 for special required Kollsman commercial tools, tools, fixtures, fixtures, and equipment and

Kollsman

Tools,

Table 901 Fixtures,

and Equipment

Kollsman ST-148 T38105-001 T38105-002 18905810000 36578-002

Part

Number

Nomenclature Calibration Chamber Gasket Cementing Mask Gasket Applicator Precision Pressure Controller-Monitor Test Fixture Table 902 Fixtures,

Commercial

Tools,

and Equipment

Part/Model

Number

Nomenclature

Manufacturer

116B

Variable

Autotransformer

Superior Electric 383 Middle Street Bristol, CT 06010 Triplett Corp. One Triplett Drive Bluffton, OH 45817

Co.

630A

VOM

BP-400

DC Power

Supply

Power Mate 2727 Kurtz San Diego,

Co. Street CA 92110

SC6675

Manometer

Meriam Instrument Co. 10920 Madison Ave. Cleveland, OH 4410202526

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1. Jllustrated Parts List

A.

Introduction
This Illustrated Parts of parts in disassembly manual.
List (IPL) sequence provides illustrations and a listing for the equipment covered by this

Purpose

. readily

The IPL is for use in requisitioning, storing, tssuing and for identifying replaceable parts during maintenance and overhaul operations. It is made up of the following three sections: (1) Equipment Designator alphabetical-numerlcal schematic and wiring Index (when applicable). index of reference diagrams.

This is an symbols which appear

on

(2)

This is a listing of all part Numerical Index (when applicable). numbers appearing in the Detailed Parts List, arranged In al phabetlcal-numerical sequence. The figure number and Item number location are shown for each part number as well as the quantity of parts at each location. Detailed Parts List. A complete listing of all replaceable assemblies, subassemblies, and detail parts that comprise the equipment covered by this manual. Relationshlp of parts to their next higher assembly are indicated by the indent number in the Nomenclature co1 umn. The manufacturer of an item Is identified by a five-digit vendor code following the letter "V" We., V79136). The absence of a vendor code indicates that the item is either a standard or Is manufactured by Kollsman. The figure and item numbers refer to the accompanying illustration and are used for .location purposes. When applicable, the Effectivity between two or more similar end included in the same IPL. All components of a particular end column indicates that the part assemblies. Code column denotes dtfferences Items or assemblies which are parts and/or assemblies which are item or assembly. A blank in this ts common to all end 1 terns or

(3)

C.

Locating

Parts designation Designator and refer is known, refer to the Index as appiopriate. to the Detailed Parts List.

If the part number or equipment Numerical Index or the Equipment Note the figure and item number If the

part number or equipment designation is not known, refer to the illustration of the assembly or subassembly in which the part Is Note the item number of the part on the illustration and refer used. to the Detailed Parts List.

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948-82233139948-82236 0. Abbreviations Wherever used, abbreviations are generally in accordance with MIL-STD-12. @'RF"Is used to identify reference callouts, and 'IKO P/N" indicates Kollsman Part Number. E. Vendor Codes ? '

-. The following is a numerical listing of vendor codes and the name and address of the vendor to which they have been asslgned. These codes were obtained from the latest issue of Cataloging Handbook H4-1. Vendor Name and Address VO3508 General Electric Co. Semi-Conductor Products W. Genesee Street Auburn, NY 13021 Department

VU262

Moser Jewel Co. 544 Fayette Street P.O. Box 150 Perth Amboy, NJ 08861-3727 Teledyne Relays Teledyne Industries Inc. 12525 Daphne Ave. Hawthorne, CA 90250-3308 Thermalloy Co. Inc. 2021 W. Valley View Lane 9.0. Box 810839 Dallas, TX 75381 Qualltad Sales Corp. Qua1ity Road P.O. Box 681 - -Rutland, VT 05701 ITT Cannon Division of ITT Corporation 666 E. Dyer Road Santa Ana, CA 92702

V11532

v13103

v52932

v7144a

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL 39948-B2233/39948-82236 FIGURE ITEM 145 -1 EQUIPMENT DESIGNATOR FIGURE ITEM

EQUIPMENT DESIGNATOR Al Cl, c2 c3 CR1 CR3, \ CR6 thru CR10 DSl thru OS4 . 31

20
40 185

15
1 1 95

32, 33
Kl, P2 P3 K2

3 3
1 1

130 5
45 125 180

QL Q2

RS, R7 R6, R8 RVl TBl VRl XKl, XK2 XQ1 . X02

3 3 3 3
1

55 35
10 25 190 30 50 60

3 3 3

Equipment

Desiqnator

Index

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.
AIRLINE

PART NUMBER AN565AC2Ll AN565AC2L2 AN565AC2L3 AN565DC2Ll CKOSBX104K CK06BXlOSK EAO60-00 JANTX2N2222A 3412026P

STOCK NO.

FIG0

ITEM
200 440 140 245 255 315 295 20 40 95 55 45 390 160 410 520 135 120 15 25 155 175 405 490 515 535 550 565 575 570 80 140 90 100 180 5 125 495 35 10 25 30 185 15 185 190 10 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 3 2 1 3 1 1 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 6 AR AR 1

MSI5795-801
MS15795-802

MS24693C4
MS3114H12-8P MS35275-211 MS352760264 MS353380134

635649-224 MS51957-8 MS9021-040 MS9068-011 MS9068-041 ' MS90680148 MTBl-7PHOO3 MTBl-7S003 MTBl-9PH003 NAS62OC2 RCR07Gl033M RCR07G5133M V392Al lN6285A lN645 13858-78 13858-81 17988 Numerical Iodex

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PART NUMBER 18546 19609-4 19643-10 19648 19655-1 19655-2 19656 19659 l-9660-2 20395-21 20395-23 20395-24 20395-27 20987-l 21016-4 21025 21179 21634 24156 24297 25511-2 25514-6 25517-10 25670 25943 25974 26017 26432 26517 26839 26843 26855-13 26855-14 27102 30926 31344-1s 31980-11 33759-2 33765 34178 36221-4 36405-2

FIG . 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2

ITEM 5 50 80 5s 210 285 230 370 120 30 195 290 435 420 170 325 305 90 105 105
45

TTL REQ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1

75 110 310 350 465 275 355 555 320 20 265 65 430 25 -3OA 30 415 160 60 195 340 335 235 505 300

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II,

PART NUMBER 36811-2

I
I

AIRLINE STOCK NO.

I I

FIG .
2 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 3 1

ITEM 125 240

I I

TTL REQ 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 REF 1 REF 5 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

I I

37900-3
38775-30 38776-2 38781-l

85
70

15 5
20 375 10 220 75 445 455

38785-6 39029 39Q98-1 39444-2 39637


39721 39723 39726-2 39948-82233 39948-82236 39984-l 39986-l 39992-1 39995-l 39999-33

-85
-1 -1A 130 395 205 180 200 -1 -200A -1A 35 580 525 190 35 540 50 40 95 60 150 65 110 250 135 -470 500 480 40 -145 -260 145 70 -165

39999-36
400-3 40256-3 40269-l 40277-l 40280-2 40434-l 40726-2 41055-4
41954-l

42002-30 42092-l 42551-l 42810-l 42810-2 42839-l 42843-l 42845-l 43631-I 43895-l 43930-l 47024-l 47025-l 47030-l

1 .

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PART NUMBER 47031-l 47040-Z 7717010DAP 7717.16DAP 95002-13 95004-7 95005-2


.

FIG .
1 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

ITEM -115 100 50 60 360 380 165 225 280 460 170 400 485 530 545 560 150 70 115 510 55 475 65 45 130 155 115 215 270 330 345 425 450 385 365 -1

REQ
1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 4 3 4 4 1 1 2
1 1

1.

95005-22

95005-27 95005-36 9500883 95010-20 950lOB19 95010620 95013-1s 95014-l

2
4

95111-l 95115-2 97024-l

2 1 1 1 REF

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. ul II cn co

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' FIG ITEI; 1 -1 -1A 5 10 15 . 20 25 30 35 40 45 PART NUMBER

AIRLINE

STOCK
NUMBER 1234567

NOMENCLATURE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE AIRSPEED INDICATOR MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE AIRSPEED INDICATOR .MOD INFO NAMEPLATE .CALIBRATION STAMP SCREW (KO P/N 95003H31) .CASE & END CAP ASSEMBLY ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW (KO P/N 95004H68) .WASHER, Flat
-a+ --a

UNITS EFFECT PER CODE ASSY A 8 1 1

39948-82233 39948082236 18546 * 17988 MS35275-211 38785-6 MS352760264 19660-2 400-3 41055-4 95010820 .

2 2 5 1 4

.MEMORY INDEX (WHITE) (V52932) (KO P/N 40151-l) .FLANGE, Rear Mounting ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Machine, 100 Flat head, no. 2-56 x l/4 !nch long .COVER, Lamp ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Machine, 82O slotted flat head, no. O-30 x 3116 inch long .BEZEL AND GASKET ASSEMBLY ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Machine 100 Flat head, no. 2-56 x 3116 inch long -I)- * --. . BEZEL ..GASKET .PACKING,Preformed (KO P/N 90300-7) .DOUBLE WEDGE WINDOW ASSEMBLY .PACKING, Preformed (KO P/N 90300-5) .LAMP, T-314, 5V (Modified) . CDS1 thru DS4) .PACKING, Preformed (KO P/N 90300-61 .FILTER .SCREW, Pitot fitting

50 55

40726-2 9500883

2
4

60 65

42002-30 95010819

1 4

c 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 10s 110 38775-30 39637 MS9021-040 37900-3 MS90680041


-.

41954-l MS9068-148 21634 24297

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1 -115 120 125 130 1135 140 145 PART NUMBER 47031-l MS3114H12-8P MTBl-9PH003 39984-l MS24693C4 MS9068-011 47024-l STOCK . NUMBER NOMENCLATURE 1234567 .HARl'iESS ASSEMBLY ..CONNECTOR (31) (KO P/N 90514-2) ..CONNECTOR (P2) (Vi14681 (KO P/N 90620-3) .CHAMBER, Rear ATTACH I NG PARTS .SCREW (KO P/N 95009-30) 0-w +w-w .PACKING, Preformed (KO P/N 90300-3) .PRINTED WIRING BOARD ' ASSEMBLY (Al) (See Figure 3 for breakdown) ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 spllne, no. 2-56 x l/2 inch long .LOCKMASHER (KO P/N 95111-3) .WASHER, Flat (KO P/N 95115-3) .HARNESS ASSEMBLY ATTACHING PARTS .SCREH, Cap, socket head, 6 spllne, no. 2-56 x 3116 inch long .LOCKWASHER (KO P/N 95111-3) a-- +w-w ..CONNECTOR (P3) (V71468) (KO PIN 90620-S) ..DIODE (CR11 ..TERMINAL BOARD ASSEMBLY (TBl) .POST, Chamber mounting .MECHANISM ASSEMBLY (See Flgure 2 for breakdown) .MECHANISM ASSEMBLY (See Figure 2 for breakdown) .

UNIT
EFFECT PER CODE ASSY 1

150 155 160 -165 170 175 180 D la5 190 195 200 -2OOA

95005-27 MS35338-134 MS15795-802

3 3 3 .1 2

47030-l 95005-22 MS353380134 MTBl-7PH003 lN645 40277-l 31980-11 39999-33 39999-36

2
1

1 1 3 1 1

A B

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NOMENCLATURE 1234567 MECHANISM ASSEMBLY (See Figure 1, Item 200 for NHA) MECHANISM ASSEMBLY (See Figure 1, Item -2OOA for NHA) *RETAINER ASSEMBLY ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Shoulder SPACER e-w * mm.POINTER ASSEMBLY .MAAS MARKER ASSEMBLY EFFECT PER CODE ASSY A 8 . 1 3 REF REF

FIG
ITEi 2
-1 -1A 5

PART NUMBER 39999-33 39999-36 38781-l

10 . 15 20

39098-l
38776-2 26017 26843

3
1 1 1 1 3

25
30 -3OA 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70

2685544
26855-13 40280-2 43631-l 24156 19609-4 19643-10 31344-1s 42551-1 95005-36

. DIAL . DIAL
ATTACH I NG PARTS .DIAL SCREW w-w +w-w .SHIELD .CLIP

A 8

PIN
:LINK ASSEMBLY (IAS) XAPSULE ASSEMBLY, A/S .CLAMP, Capsule ATTACH I NG PARTS .SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 spline, no. 4-40 x 7116 inch long w-c * -Be .CLIP PIN :LINK ASSEMBLY, Altitude -JEWEL ..ENDSTONE (V11262) ..LINK, Altitude XAPSULE ASSEMBLY, Altitude .CLAMP, Capsule .SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 spline, no. 4-40 x 7116 inch long a-- +e-B *WEDGE .PIVOT ASSEMBLY (ECCENTRIC> ATTACHING PARTS SETSCREW, Flat point, 4 spline, no. 2-56 x 3132 inch long -a- + e-w

75 80 -85 90 95 100 105 110 115

24156 19609-4 39726-2 21025 EA060-00 47040-2 21179 42551-l 95005-36

120 125 130

19659 36811-2 95013-1s

1 1 1

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FIG IT& 2 135 140 -145 . 150 155

PART NUMBER 42810-2 AN56SAC2L2 43895-11 42092-l 95014-l

AIRLINE STOCK NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE 1234567 JEWEL AND HOLDER ASSEMBLY (ECCENTRIC) ATTACHING PARTS .SETSCREW (KO P/N 9iOl3-16) --a +a-.A/S ROCKING SHAFT AND SECTOR ASSEMBLY ..COUNTERWEIGHT ATTACHING PARTS ..SETSCREW, Flat point, 4 spline, no. O-80 x 1116 inch long
0-w l -00

UNIT EFFECT PER CODE ASSY 1. 1

160 165

30926 95005-2

170 175

20395-27 95014-l

180 185 190 195 200 ? 205 210 215

39995-l 13858-78 13858-81 20395-21 AN565AC2Ll 39992-l 19648 95014-J

220 225

39444-2 95005-2

..ClAMP, Calibrating arm ATTACHING PARTS *SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 spline, no. O-80 x 3116 inch long -0. * --..ClAMP, Collar ATTACHING PARTS ..SETSCREW, Flat point, 4 spline, no. O-80 x l/16 inch long a-- +--..SECTOR GEAR ASSEMBLY (MAX) . . WASHER, Steel ..WASHER, Steel .-CLAMP, Collar ATTACHING PARTS ..SETSCREW (KO P/N 95013-14) -a- +--..SECTOR GEAR ASSEMBLY - (AIRSPEED) ..ARM AND PIN ASSEBMLY ATTACHING PARTS ..SETSCREW, flat point, 4 spline, no. O-80 x 1116 inch long -a- + --..CLAMP, Calibrating arm ATTACHING PARTS .-SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 splfne, no. O-80 x 3116 inch long . --- + w-w

1 2 ,'

1 AR AR 1

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PART NUMBER

ITEM
2 230 235 19655-Z 34178 36811-Z AN565ACZL2 42810-l '

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NOMENCLATURE Lag 1234567


. . SPRING AND ARBOR ASSEMBLY

UNITS EFFECT PER CODE ASSY \ '

.ROCKING SHAFT ASSEMBLY

240
245 250 c 255 -260 265 270

:PIVOT ASSEMBLY (ECCENTRIC)


ATTACHING PARTS SETSCREW (KO P/N 95013-16) e-w 4 N-w JEWEL AND HOLDER ASSEMBLY

(ECCENTRIC>
ANS65ACZL2 43930-l 26432 95014-l ATTACHING PARTS .SETSCREW (KO P/N 95013-16)
e-m l a--

275 280

25670 95005-2

285 290 295 300 305 310

19655-l 20395-2

AN565DCZLl 36405-2 21016-4 25511-Z

.ROCKINGSHAFT ASSEMBLY (ALT) . . ARM AND PIN ASSEMBLY ATTACHING PARTS ..SETSCREW, Flat point, 4 spline, no. O-80 x l/16 inch long e-w 4 m-m . . CLAMP, Calibrating arm ATTACHING PARTS ..SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 spline, no. O-80 x 3116 inch long --a 4 m-e ..SPRING AND ARBOR ASSEMBLY . . CLAMP, Collar ATTACHING PARTS . . SETSCREW (KO P/N 95016-14)
m-w l W-L . . SECTOR GEAR ASSEMBLY . . ROCKING SHAFT ASSEMBLY . . BEARING AND HOUSING ASSEMBLY (Part of item 395 shown here for disassembly purposes) ATTACHING PARTS . . SETSCREW (KO P/N 95013-M) (Part of item 395 shown here for disassembly purposes> --a 4 B-w .HAIRSPRING .CLAMP, Collar

315

ANS65ACZL3

320 325

25974 20987-l

ATTACHING PARTS

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NOMENCLATURE

STOCK
NUMBER

1234567
SETSCREW, Flat point, 4 spline, no. O-80 x l/l6 inch long t -a- +--.PINION (22/180) .PINION AND COLLAR ASSEMBLY ATTACHING PARTS SETSCREW, Flat point, 4 spline, no. O-80 x l/l6 inch long -0. + on .POINTER SHAFT ASSEMBLY .ClAMP, Spring ATTACH1 NG PARTS .SCREW, Machine, pan head, no. l-72 x 3116 inch long *WASHER, Flat, no.1 mm- + --m *WEDGE .CLAMP, Spting ATTACHING PARTS SCREW, Machine, ftllister head, no. O-80 x 318 inch long .LOCKWASHER, no. 0 .WASHER, Flat (KO P/N 95115-l) m-m +a-.HOUSING ASSEMBLY, Rear bear1 ng ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 spline, no. 2-56 x 3116 inch long .LOCKWASHER (KO P/N 95111-3) .WASHER, Flat (KO P/N 95115-3) -a- * --m .SPRING AND ARBOR ASSEMBLY .CLAMP, Collar ATTACHING PARTS .SETSCREW, Flat point, 4 spllne, no. O-80 x l/l6 inch long -mm + -em .PINION, Marker 'shaft

EFFECT PER CODE ASSY 1. 2

2 330

95014-l

335
340 .345

33765 33759-2
95014-l

350

355 360 365 370 375 380 385 390 395

25514-6 25943
95002-13 95115-2 19656 39029 95004-7 95111-l MS15795-801

1 1

39986-l 95005-22

400

2 2 2

405 410 415 420 425

MS35338-134
MS15795802 27102 20395-24 95014-l

430

26839

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IT& 2 435 440 445 450 . . 455 460

PART NUMBER

AIRLINE STOCK NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE 1234567 .CLAMP, Collar ATTACHING PARTS .SETSCREW (KO P/N 95013-14) e-m +-II)XALIBRATTON ARM ATTACHING PARTS SETSCREW, Flat point, 4 spline, no. O-80 x l/16 inch long w-e * -a.CLAMP, Calibration arm ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 spline, no. O-80 x 3116 Inch long a-- +w-SHAFT, Marker assembly XAPSULE SUPPORT AND A/S CONTACT ASSEMBLY ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Machine 100 flat head, no. 2-56 x l/4 inch long -a- * --a CONTACT AND HOLDER ASSEMBLY ATTACHING PARTS . . SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 spline, no. 2-56 x 3116 inch long . . LOCKWASHER (KO P/N 95111-3) . . WASHER (KO P/N 95125-Z) .SUPPORT, Capsule :xNDICAT~R, Drum -ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 splfne, no. 4-40 x 7/16 inch long .LOCKWASHER (KO P/N 95111-3) .WASHER, Flat (KO P/N 95115-3) --a +-a.SUPPORT, Indicator ATTACHING PARTS .SCREW, Cap, socket head, 6 spllne, no. 2-56 x 3116 inch long
.

UNITS EFFECT PER CODE JSSY 1 2 1 1

'

20395-23 AN565ACZLl 39721 9-5014-l .-

39723 95005-2

1 1

465 -470

25517-10 42839-l 9501 O-20

475

480 485 490 495 500 505 510 515 520 525 530

42845-l 95005-22 be35338434 NAS620C2 ' 42843-l 36221-4 95005-36 Ms35338-134 ~515795-802 40269-l 95005-22

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1 1

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FIG
IT& 2 535 540 545

PART NUMBER

Ms35338-134 40434-l

95005-22
Ms35338-134 25943 95005-22

550 555 560

2 1 1

565 570 575 580

Ms35338-134
Mssi957-a MS35649-224 40256-3

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STOCK
NUMBER 1234567

NOMENCLATURE PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLY (Al) (See Figure 1, Item 145 for NHA) .CONNECTOR (32, 53) (V71468) (KO P/N 90620-6) .RESISTOR, Comp., l/4 watt,

UNITS EFFECT PER b CODE ASSY REF 2 2 6 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 3 1

SlKzSX (R6, R8)


.DIOOE (CR3,6,7,8,9,10) XAPACITOR, Ceramic, O.lpF/SOV (Cl, C2) .VARISTOR (RVl) U/03508) (KO P/N 90675-l) .DIODE, Zener WRl> .RESISTOR, Comp., l/4 watt, 10KtSX (R5, R7) XAPACITOR, Ceramic, lpF/SOV (C3) .RELAY (Kl, K2) (V11532) (KO P/N 90456-20) .PAD, Mounting (XKl, XK2) W13103) (KO PIN 90470-4) .TRANSISTOR (01, 92) .PAD, Mountfng tXQ1, X92> (V13103) (KO P/N 90470-6) .STANDOFF .PRINTED WIRING BOARD DRILLING

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