SECTION III. OPERATOR MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
3-7. GENERAL. Operator maintenance includes routine lubrication of units and components of the Finishing Section,
replacing of filters, and replacing of fluorescent light bulbs. If further maintenance is required, notify your supervisor.
3-8. CEILING LIGHT ASSEMBLY.
This task covers:
Repair (Refer to figure 3-4).
Fluorescent light bulb
This fixture contains voltage that is dangerous if contacted. Before replacing ceiling lights, make sure
electrical power is disconnected to the fixture. DEATH on contact may result if this warning is not
In the event of fluorescent lamp breakage, care must be taken in the removal of broken glass fragments
and white phosphorous dust. Inhalation of phosphorous dust could cause serious injury.
Remove light bulb (1) and safety cover (2) by pulling split safety ring (3) apart and sliding over bulb. Push bulb
(1) toward end with split safety ring (3) until other end of bulb (1) releases. Remove end cap (4). Slide bulb (1) out of
safety cover (2) and replace with new bulb (1).
End of light bulb and safety cover with split safety ring must go in end of ceiling light assembly with spring.