Use hand blind riveter and proper rivets to reattach damaged component.
Toluol solvent Is potentially dangerous Avoid repeated and prolonged
breathing of vapors and skin contact. Do not use near open flame, arcing
equipment, or other Ignition sources Always wear safety goggles for eye
protection from splashing. Gloves should be worn during use of solvent.
To remove damaged acoustical foam (2), pull the acoustical foam firmly away from inlet air sound en-
closure assembly. Approximately 1/8 inch of acoustical foam and adhesive backing will remain.
Apply Toluol solvent to acoustical foam and backing to thoroughly wet surface area.
Let set for 2 to 3 minutes.
Using putty knife, peel adhesive backing from surface of inlet air sound enclosure assembly. Apply
additional Toluol as needed.
To replace acoustical foam (2), wipe surface area of inlet air sound enclosure assembly with a dean
cloth dampened in Toluol solvent, and immediately wipe solvent from surface with a cl ean, dru cloth
select appropriate accoustical foam (2) component for replacement.
Peel off protective backing.
Place acoustical foam over prepared areas, in correct position, and press firmly in place.