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(3)
Extreme-Hot
Weather.
Special lubricants will not or-
dinarily be required at extremely high temperatures,
a s l u b r i c a n t s p r e s c r i b e d f o r t e m p e r a t u r e s a b o v e 3 2o
F.
provide
adequate
protection.
However,
more
fre-
quent servicing is necessary because the heat tends to
dissipate the lubricants.
Humid
and
salt
air
conditions.
High
humidity,
mois-
(4)
ture,  or  salt  air  tend  to  contaminate
the
lubricant,
necessitating more frequent service.
After fording.
After
any
fording
operation,
perform
(5)
the maintenance described in paragraph 33d which cov-
ers maintenance operations after fording and includes
special
lubricating
instructions.
Dusty
or
sandy
conditions. If
prolonged
travel
has
(6)
occurred
under
dusty
or
sandy
conditions,
clean
and
inspect all points of lubrication for contaminated lubri-
cants. Lubricate as necessary.
Note. A lubricant which is contaminated by dust or sand makes
an abrasive mixture that causes rapid wear of parts.
40. Painting
Instructions for the preparation of the materiel for painting,
methods of painting, and materials to be used are contained in
TM
9-2851.
Instructions
for
camouflage
painting
are
contained
in
FM
5-20B.
Section
Ill.
PREVENTIVE-MAINTENANCE
SERVICE
41.
General
a. Responsibilities and Intervals. Preventive-maintenance
serv-
ices are the responsibility of the using organization.
These
services consist generally of daily operator's services (daily A
services) performed by the operator or crew, and of biweekly
services
(biweekly
B
services)
performed
by
the
crew
(under
supervision of the squad, section, and platoon leaders); and
of the scheduled services to be performed by organizational
maintenance personnel (C and D services). Intervals are based
on
normal
operations.
Reduce intervals for abnormal opera-
tions or severe conditions.
Intervals  during  inactive  periods
may be extended accordingly.
b.
Definition
of
Terms.
Inspection to see if items are in
good condition, correctly assembled or stowed, secure, not ex-
cessively  worn,  not  leaking,  and  adequately  lubricated  applies
to  most  items  in  the  preventive-maintenance  procedures.  Any
or all of these checks that are pertinent to any item (including
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