Cover A202 is connected to bracket
A207 by riveted chain H201.
Loosen hexagonal nut H203 and
jewel bearing 0201, and lift out vane
Remove hexagonal nut H212 from
the rear of the bracket, and lift out
magnetic compass 1201. Do not at-
tempt to disassemble the compass;
replace it as a unit.
Remove four machine screws H205,
and lift off mounting plate A203. The
two flat washers H206 on each ma-
chine screw H205 will fall free.
Remove three machine screws H208,
H209, and lower jewel bearing 0205
from mounting plate A205. Removal
of machine screws H208 will free
supporting post A204.
Disassemble vane assembly 0202 by
removing three machine screws H204
to release shaft 0204 from wind vane
(2) Check pivots for scratches or burrs.
(3) Check metal parts for bends, dents,
H208 Machine screw
or other damage.
H209 Hexagonal nut
H21O Machine screw
H211 Self-tapping screw
H212 Hexagonal nut
Warning: Cleaning compound is flammable
and its fumes are toxic. Do not use near a
1201 Magnetic compass
0201 Jewel bearing
flame; provide adequate ventilation.
0202 Vane assembly
(1) Clean bearing points, pivots, and
0203 Wind vane
0204 S h a f t
0205 Jewel bearing
Figure 5-1. Anemometer ML-.433A/PM,
(2) Brush clean all remaining parts.
(3) Dry all parts with a clean, lint-free
nut H93 that holds the compass to bracket
A2 and pull the compass away from the
e. Replacement of Parts. Replace all dam-
bracket. Unscrew the handle (not shown)
aged or defective parts. For reassembly, re-
from bracket A2. To detach bracket A2 from
place the parts in the reverse order in which
they were disassembled.
velometer housing 099, remove the flathead
5-15. Anemometer ML-497/PM
b. Disassembly of Wind Vane.
(1) Slide wind vane cover A3 off mount-
a. Removal of Compass I1. Remove hexagonal
ing plate A4.