S E R V I C E UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
9. Uncrating, Unpacking, and Checking
a. Be vary careful when uncrating and unpacking the equipment.
Avoid thrusting tools into the interior of the shipping container.
Do not damage the packaging materals any more than is absolutely
nccessary to remove the equipment; these materials may be required
for future packaging. Stow the interior packaging materials within the
shipping container. When uncrating and unpacking the equipment,
follow the procedure outlined below:
( 1 ) unpack the equipment in a location where it will not be
exposed to dust, dirt, or excessive moisture.
(2) Cut [he tape, which seals the top flaps of the outer cat-ton, so
that the carton remains undamaged. Remove the inner carton.
( 3 ) c u t t h e waterproof tape, open the inner carton, and remove
the pads and fillers.
(4) Lift out the carrying case containing the equipment.
(5) Save all packaging material for use in future repacking.
b. Open the four carrying case latches and
lift the case top off the
base. Thoroughly check all equipment against
the shipping documents.
Carefully inspect all components for possible
damage during shipment.
Pay particular attention to the condition of
the lenses, mirrors, and
Note. The uncrating, unpacking. and checking procedure for used or reconditioned
equipment will be the same as that followed for new equipment. It is very important
to check used equipment for a possible shortage of components. Check the compon-
ents of used equipment for damage so that any damaged parts can be replaced