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MIL-M-45659C(MU)
3. 6.2 Adjusting screws. - The torque required for clockwise and counter-
clockwise rotation of the azimuth and elevation adjusting screws at standard
ambient temperature shall be not Iess than 8 ounce inches.
3.6.3 Azimuth and elevation adjusting screws, - The azimuth and elevation
adjusting screws shall be mechanically operable when the mount is exposed to and
thermally stabilized at the extreme ambient temperatures of 3.4.1.
4.
QUALITY
ASSURANCE
PROVISIONS
4.1 Responsibilitv for instruction. - Unless otherwise specified in the contract
or Purchase Order the- supplier is responsible for the performance of all inspection
requirements as specified herein. Except as otherwie specified, the supplier may
utilize his own or any other inspection facilities and services acceptable to the
Government. Inspection records of the examinations and tests shall be kept complete
and available to the Government  as specified in the contract or order. The Govern-
ment reserve the right to perform any of the inspections set forth in the specifics-
tion where such inspections are deemed necessary to assure supplies and services
conform to prescribed requirements.
4.1.1 General provisions. The quality assurance provisions of this specifi-
cation and of other documents referenced herein form the basis for inspection to be
performed by the supplier. Inspection shall be in accordance with the requirements
of Specification MIL-I-45208 and the component inspection requirements of Specifi-
cation MIL-F-13926. Definitions of inspection terms not otherwise defined herein
shall be as listed in Standard MIL-STD-109.
4.2
Inspection provisions.
4.2.1 Inspection lot. - Unless otherwise specified by the contracting officer,
inspection lot size, formation, and presentation of lots shall be in accordance with
"Submission of Product" as specified  in Standard  MIL-STD-105.
4.2.2 Examination and tests. - Components and subassemblies shall be inspected
in accordance with the inspection provisions contained in Specification MIL-F-13926
and the Supplementary Quality Assurance Provisions (SQAP) listed in LSQAP
7659765. Examinations and tests related to Section 3 herein shall be performed on
a defect (individual characteristic)basis in accordance with Standard MIL-STD-105,
and the inspection lever and  sampling  plans specified in Table I Titled "Classification
of Defects". Examinations and tests for Packaging, Packing and Marking shall be
in accordance with Specification MIL-P-14232 and Section 5 herein. The tabulated
classification of defects shall constitute the minimum inspection to, be performed
by the supplier prior to Government acceptance or rejection by lot. The Government
reserves the right to inspect for any  applicable requirement, and to reject individual
non-conforming items.
4.

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