b. Pull curtain and valance from nylon hook and pile tape.
c. Remove end screw, Iockwasher, and fastening bracket from ceiling.
d. Replace damaged hooks.
e. Reinstall fastening bracket with hooks. Fasten with end screw and Iockwasher.
f. Glue loose nylon hook and pile tape to wall or bracket. Replace tape if worn out.
g. Hook curtain to bracket.
h. Attach valance.
i. Check curtain for free movement.
1-16.13 Repair Van Body Skin (Temporary).
MOS: 52C, Utilities Equipment Repairer
Ball Peen Hammer
Scissors or Utility Knife
SUPPLIES: Cloth Duct Sealing Tape (Item 17, Appendix E)
Silicone Sealant (Item 12, Appendix E)
Sprayfoam (Item 16, Appendix E)
Cheesecloth (Item 3B, Appendix E)
a. Bend broken edges of punctured skin inward into puncture hole. Do not attempt to remove
fragments of skin by bending or pulling outward. Bend skin inward only enough to put broken
edges below surface of unbroken skin.
b. Remove any loose fragments of foam which are not now held in place by bent broken skin.
Removing small pieces of foam or dust is more important than removing chunks.
c. Using cloth slightly dampened with water, wipe area around puncture to remove any dirt or mud
and wipe dry.