Section IV. MAINTENANCE
be performed in the following sequence.
a. Inspection. Determine if the mounting base is damaged or incomplete. If a component is damaged or
missing, replace it.
b. Troubleshooting. Done on a bad MT-6373 mounting base noted in operation or during operational check.
Do not troubleshoot good equipment.
c. Repair. The repair procedures are used to restore a faulty mounting base to serviceable/operable condi-
tion, Repair is by replacement of bad item.
Many faults can be found by inspection. If any are found, replace bad item. The following chart can be used as a
No dents, cracks, rust, or bends.
No broken wires or damaged insulation.
No cracks, No broken or missing pins.
No bends, rust, or missing parts.
General Instructions. The following instructions apply to all repair tasks.
1. Remove any cables connected to the mounting base.
2. Inspect the mounting base for damage. Repair any obvious physical damage.
Remove power from MT-6373 mounting base before repair. Serious burns or electrical shock
can result from contact with exposed electrical wires or connectors.
MT-6373 MOUNTING BASE
This task covers:
Tool Kit, Electronic Equipment, TK-105/G
Cotton Swab and Alcohol
Figure 5-2 shows parts location.