Section III OPERATOR MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
3-5. GENERAL This section contains operator maintenance procedures for the KCLFF equipment.
3-6. M2 BURNER UNIT Procedures
to repair the generator and air valve assembly are contained
in TM 10-7360-204-
Dry cleaning solvent A-A-711 TY2 used to clean part is potentially dangerous to personnel and property.
Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact Do not use near open flame or excessive heat. Flash point of
solvent is 100 to 138F (38 to 59C).
CLEANING AND SANITATION (KCLFF). Clean Heater Tank Assembly, Cooking Pot Cradle Assembly, Table
Assemblies, Insulated Food Containers, Insulated (5 gal) Liquid Dispensers, and accessories such as the can opener and
utensils with soap and warm water. Rinse well with clean water and air dry. Do not use abrasive cleaners or wire brushes.
You can use a commercial type nylon cleaning pad to remove corrosion or caked-on grease. Check for signs of corrosion
or peeling. The coating over the metal may show spots. If so, remove spots with soap and warm water or dry cleaning
solvent A-A-711 TY2 (item 3, appendix F) using a nylon cleaning pad. After cleaning, check that braces, angle irons, and
support parts are secure.
3.7.1 CLEANING AND SANITATION (KCLFF-E).
a. Range Outfit.
Refer to TM 10-7360-204-13&P for cleaning and sanitation of Range Outfit.
b. Food Containers. Insulated
(1) Clean food container after each use.
(2) Open food container and remove three inserts
(3) Remove the gasket from the food container and wash container and gasket in hot, hand-dishwashing
compound solution (item 8, appendix F). Rinse in boiling water.
Never immerse the food container in water.
(4) Replace container gasket in container gasket channel flat side down Allow gasket and container to air dry. This allows
the gasket to dry in place so it won't stretch, shrink or lose shape.