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Assignment 6, Continued - 14239_252
IN  ANSWERING  QUESTIONS  6-19  THROUGH 6-22, SELECT FROM COLUMN B THE PART OF THE FLATWORK IRONER THAT IS USED FOR THE PURPOSE INDICATED IN COLUMN A. A. PURPOSES B. PARTS 6-19. 6-20. 6-21. 6-22. 6-23. 6-24. 6-25. Smooths  and 1. flattens  the flatwork against  the 2. steam-heated cylinder 3. Catches  all finished material 4. Carries and leads  the  flatwork into the ironer over  the  cylinder Holds  the  flatwork Feed ribbons Padded rolls Return ribbons Delivery table against  the  underside of  the  heated  cylinder and passes it back to the front Which  of  the  following  parts  of the  flatwork  ironer  prevent(s) the hand of the operator from getting  near  the  padded pressure  rolls? 1. The  feed  ribbons 2. The  finger  guard 3. The  apron 4. The  removable  cover What  control  on  the  flatwork ironer  engages  the  compression roll? 1. The  start  button 2. The drive roll 3. The  speed  control  lever 4. The foot pedal How  often  should  you  check  the safety  finger  guard  on  the flatwork ironer to make sure it is  working  properly? 1. Every  shift 2. Twice  weekly 3. Monthly 4. Quarterly 6-26. 6-27. 6-28. What will happen if you touch the safety finger guard on the flatwork ironer while the ironer is operating? 1. The flatwork ironer will adjust to the next lower speed 2. The  compression  roll  will disengage 3. An alarm will alert the user 4. The  flatwork  ironer  will stop What action should you take if some linen becomes jammed in the  flatwork  ironer? 1. Disengage  the  compression roll and pull the linen out 2. Put on a pair of safety gloves, turn the speed control lever in reverse, and slowly pull the linen Out 3. Put on safety gloves and try to remove the linen while  the  flatwork  ironer is running in the fast speed 4. Shut the ironer off at the power  source,  release  the compression  rolls,  allow the ironer to cool, and remove the jammed linen When, if ever, may you operate a flatwork ironer with a faulty safety  finger  guard? 1. When  the  workload  is  heavy and you are behind schedule 2. When there are two or more persons present at the flatwork ironer in case of an  emergency 3. Only when a person is standing by the emergency stop button ready to cut the power off 4. Never Learning  Objective: Identify the  procedures  for  operating the flatwork ironer. 51

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