This task covers:
S o l v e n t , Dry Cleaning (Appendix E, item 2)
E n g i n e removed from handtruck and placed on work bench (para 3-21).
Dry Cleaning Solvent
C o m b u s t i b l e - do not use near open flames, near welding
a r e a s , or on hot surfaces.
P r o l o n g e d or repeated contact of skin with liquid can cause
d e r m a t i t i s . Repeated inhalation of vapor can irritate nose
a n d throat and can cause dizziness.
I f any liquid contacts skin or eyes, immediately flush
a f f e c t e d area thoroughly with water. Remove solvent-
s a t u r a t e d clothing. If vapors cause dizziness, go to fresh
When handling liquid or when applying it in an air-
exhausted, partially covered tank, wear approved gloves.
W h e n handling liquid or when applying it at an unexhausted,
uncovered tank or workbench, wear approved respirator,
g o g g l e s , and gloves.
( 1 ) Use brush, rag, and solvent as necessary to clean engine assembly so that required
r e p a i r work can be performed.
( 2 ) Repair of engine assembly is limited to replacement of defective parts. Refer to