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MIL-S-52124B(ME)
position.  The diagram shall show the physical location of all wiring
interconnections in the same relationship as when they are installed.
Identification marking of wires, instruments, control devices, and
connections shall be shown and shall coincide with markings on the
items installed.  Electrical symbols shall be in accordance with MIL-
STD-15 l  When additional electrical symbols are used for items not in
MIL-STD-15, the meaning of the symbol shall be defined by a note on the
diagram.
3.23 Treatment and painting.  The portions of the screening unit
normally painted shall be cleaned, treated, and painted in accordance
with MIL-T-704, type A.
3.24 Vehicle marking.  The marking of the semitrailer shall be in
accordance with MIL-STD-642.  The total weight and reduced weight for
highway transport of the screening unit (see 3.1.2), and the weight
of each sectionalized component shall be marked on the side in such
a manner as to be discernible.  The prescribed tire pressure shall
be marked near the tires.  Lifting and tiedown attachments shall be
marked "LIFT HERE" or "TIEDOWN HERE", as applicable.  Marking of
lifting and tiedown attachments for sections shall include the word:
"SECTIONALIZATION".
3.25 Technical publications to accompany the screening unit.  Such
technical publications as are specified shall be furnished (see 6.2).
3.26 Repair parts and maintenance tools. Such repair parts and
maintenance tools as are specified shall be furnished (see 6.2).
3.27 Toolbox.  The screening unit shall be provided with one or more
weatherproof toolbox(s) made of steel not less than 0.071 inch thick.
The toolbox lid shall be mounted on hinges conforming to MS35829 with
a 0.125-inch-diameter brass pin.  The toolbox lid shall open to at
least 90 degrees from the closed position. The lid shall remain in
the fully open position either by its own weight or by detent holding
devices.  Two tension-type fasteners with strikers shall be provided
to retain the lid in the closed position.  The fasteners and strikers
shall be attached to the toolbox by either bolts or rivets.  A hasp
which will accommodate a padlock having a 3/8 inch shackle shall be
provided for locking the toolbox.  The toolbox shall be fastened to the
screening unit in a protected position and the top of the box shall be
not more than 4 feet from the ground.  A drain hole with rubber plug shall
be provided in the bottom of the toolbox. The toolbox shall be of a size
to hold the emblem and blade (see 3.6), the ground rods (see 3.8.3.1),

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