4-17. DATA PLATES/DECALS MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
This task includes:
Compactor set on level ground in protected area.
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's
Clearing Solvent item 9, Appx E
Remove self-adhesive applied decals by soaking
edges with dry cleaning solvent and peeling off.
Ensure that all adhesive material is removed and
lnspect the following data plates and decals
area is clean and dry.
Install new decal by removing protective backing
a. Caution decal (1) provides operator cautions
from decal and applying decal in same location
and is mounted with self-adhesive.
defective decal was removed. Apply pressure
with clean rag to remove air bubbles from adhe-
b. Mechanical Iift only decal (2) warns against
manual lifting of the compactor. Decal is
mounted with self-adhesive to front top sur-
face of engine base plate
Replacement of the identification plate (3)
c. Identification plate (2) provides identification
requires that all data stamped on old plate
of the compactor including unit serial number
be placed on new plate.
Data plate is mounted with four rivets (4)
Remove Identification plate (3) by prying at cor-
d. Warning Decal (5) provides six safety instruc-
ners and attempting to remove rivets (4) with the
tions for operator and service personnel. De-
plate. If rivet heads pull through the plate, pull riv-
cal is mounted to v-belt cover, facing
ets from v-belt cover with pliers.
operator, with self adhesive.
Install new Identification plate (3) with four new
Follow-on tasks Include: Return compactor
P-D-680, Type III, is moderately toxic to
the skin, eyes and respiratory tract:
avoid prolonged exposure. Skin and
eye protection is requirea. Good ventila-
tion is required. Do not use near open
flame or excessive heat. Flash point is
200° F (93.3° C).