Table 3-1. MWO Parts List - Continued
Nut, Self Locking
Elbow, Pipe, 90 Degree
Elbow, Pipe, 45 Degree
Handle, Fire Extinguisher
* If in serviceable condition, reuse these parts.
SECTION II. TOOLS REQUIRED
SECTION III. REMOVAL PROCEDURES AND RIGHT SIDE BOTTLE HOLDER
SHIELD MODIFICATION FOR HALON (OLD PRODUCTION)
Pay attention to all Notes, Cautions, and Warnings per TM 5-2350-262-20-1, Fixed Halon Fire
Extinguisher Tubes, Hose, and Fittings Replacement (Old Production) and TM 5-2350-262-
Before removing the halon bottle, ensure control valve remains in reset position to avoid triggering
fire extinguisher. Failure to comply may result in damage to equipment or injury to personnel.
Regardless of indication on pressure gauge i.e., safeguards must be in place even if pressure
gauge reads "0.0 psig".
Remove halon fire extinguisher tubes, hoses, and fittings per TM 5-2350-262-20-1.
Remove halon fire extinguisher control valve, cable guides, and cable per TM 5-2350-262-20-1 and TM 5-
Remove halon extinguisher, canisters, and clamps per TM 5-2350-262-20-1.
When cutting and grinding CARC painted equipment, ensure proper ventilation and that
personnel wear appropriate protective equipment. Dust from grinding CARC paint is to be
treated and disposed of as hazardous waste. Failure to comply may result in injury or death.
Using suitable aluminum cutting tool, cut right side fire extinguisher bottle holder shield from holder,
Using suitable aluminum grinder, smooth new edges and surfaces.