UTILITY HYDRAULIC PUMP REMOVAL/INSTALLATION continued
a. Wipe removed and attaching parts with a clean rag.
a. Check tubes, hoses, and studs for nicks, cuts, chafing, and stripped threads (para 7.56).
b. Check reducer, check valve, and nipples for stripped threads and rounded flats (TM 1-1500-204-23).
c. Check pump for stripped threads and worn splines on pump shaft. None allowed.
d. Check removed and attaching parts for corrosion (para 1.49).
e. Check pump for missing or damaged hardware. None allowed.
f. Check pump for cracks. None allowed.
g. Check pump for chipped or broken housing. None allowed.
h. Check pump for evidence of overheating. None allowed.
i. Check pump for broken or missing lockwire. None allowed.
j. Check pump for damaged threaded inserts. None allowed.
k. Check pump for leakage between case halves. None allowed.
l. Check pump packing grooves for nicks, gouges, scratches, and burrs. None allowed.
m. Check pump for chipped or broken gear teeth. None allowed.
n. Check pump mounting flange holes. Maximum diameter allowed is 0.289 INCH.
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