SERVICE HELICOPTER AFTER INTERMEDIATE STORAGE
Clean connector areas. Use cloth (E120) damp
with solvent (E161). Wear gloves (E186).
Remove classified communication equipment
from approved storage facility. Install and
protect equipment in accordance with applicable
Remove tags from communication equipment.
Remove two clocks from storage. Install in
Remove tags from clocks.
PREPARE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Remove tape from battery drain and vent lines.
Clean drain and vent lines. Use cloth (E120)
damp with solvent (E161). Wear gloves (E186).
Remove barrier material if installed on battery
Service battery sump jar. Use boric acid solution
Install battery in helicopter (Task 9-27).
Service battery. (Refer to TM 11-6140-203-14-2.)
Connect battery plug (Task 1-39).
Install emergency lights (Task 17-8). Charge
batteries if needed (Task 17-7).
PREPARE FUEL SYSTEM
Remove access doors to inspect fuel cells.
To prevent asphyxiation from fuel,
oil, and other fumes, wear protective
clothing, a respirator, a full facepiece,
and rubber gloves. Use an air
compressor to continuously pump air
into the tank when personnel are in
the tank. Ground the air hose to the
airframe. Assign a man to monitor
the person in the tank in case he is
overcome by fumes.
To prevent damage to fuel cell,
remove all sharp object from pockets.
Remove shoes or wear covers over