CHEMICAL CANS AND FRAME REPAIR - continued .
Wash all components with clean water and detergent.
Rinse components in clean water and dry with wiping rag.
Inspect all threaded components for damaged threads.
Inspect for clogged and cracked suction tube (13).
Inspect for clogged and damaged strainer (16).
Inspect stem (5) for bends and cracks.
Inspect can (6) for cracks, splits, damaged threads and broken or missing lid (1).
Inspect frame (23) for cracks, bent or broken framework, and corrosion.
Replace damaged, corroded or missing components.
If frame is bent, damaged, or no longer serviceable, send to Direct Support Maintenance.
Be sure to wrap tape in same direction as thread.
Apply anti-seize tape to male threads of all fittings.
From inside of can (6), position fitting (20) in cutout of can and secure with gasket (22) and knurled nut (21).
Install adapter (19) into internal threads of fitting (20).
Position dust cap (17) on external threads of coupling (18) and install coupling in adapter (19).
Install screen (16) on suction tube (13) and position suction tube in cutout of can (6) from inside of can.
Install gasket (15) and knurled nut (14) on suction tube (13).
Position dust cap (10) on external threads of adapter (12) and install adapter into inside threads of suction tube