SECTION I. GENERAL
procedures for assessing battle damage, deferring
damage, and repairing pneudraulic system. This
primary emphasis Is on providing the assessor with
Simplified logic trees (See Figure 7-1) and related
illustrations also aid the assessor.
SECTION II. DAMAGE ASSESSMENT
DAMAGE ASSESMENT PROCEEDURE
pneudraulic hoses, tubing, fittings, and line supports in
the entire damaged area before beginning repair. The
inspection may reveal damaged hoses and hoses with
broken wire braling. Tubing that is dented, scratched, or
nicked might also be found. The inspection may also
reveal damaged line supports or evidence of fire
damage (Figure 7-1).
Damaged Arm, Damaged and suspected
damage areas should be cleaned before inspection.
Fluid residue will make it difficult to determine which
components are actually damaged. Do not use
abrasives for cleaning.