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6-41. What  procedure  should  you  use to check the head pressure on the  laundry  press? 1. Insert a bedding sheet on the press, leaving a portion  of  it  exposed,  and try to pull it out after the press head is closed 2. Place a piece of paper under the press head, leaving a portion of it exposed, and try to pull it out after the press head is closed 3. Place a piece of cardboard under the press head, leaving a portion of it exposed, and try to pull it out after the press head is closed 4. Roll a bedding sheet up into a round cylinder and try to close the press head on it 6-42. What  is  the  correct  procedure for  heating  the  laundry  press head? 1. Turn the steam valve on all the way and check the press head in 20 minutes 2. Open the steam valve gradually  for  2  minutes  and then open it completely 3. Turn the steam valve partially  open  for  20 minutes and then open it all the way 4. Gradually  open  the  steam valve for 5 minutes and then open it completely 6-43. When  you  are  pressing  under normal  conditions,  how  long should you keep the press head down  on  clothing  articles? 1. 15 seconds 2. 30 seconds 3. 45 seconds 4. 60 seconds 6-44. What safety feature on the laundry  press  prevents  you  from getting  your  hand  caught  under the press head? 1. You must press both green buttons to lower the press head 2. There  is  an  emergency release button by your foot 3. You must press both red buttons to lower the press head 4. There is a antilocking device located in the press head  adjustment In answering question 6-45, refer to the following paragraph. SH3 Brown and SH3 Lewis are working in the  ship’s  laundry  pressing  khaki shirts and trousers. They are both working at the same three press operator  station  because  all  the  other operator  stations  are  being  used. Petty  Officer  Lewis  is  pressing  khaki trousers and Petty Officer Brown is pressing  khaki  shirts. Petty  Officer Lewis is having difficulty with the trousers  because  they  keep  slipping off the press. To eliminate this problem,  Petty  Officer  Lewis  plugs  one of the red buttons so it is always in the DOWN position. This allows him to hold the trousers steady with one hand to prevent them from slipping and at the same time use his other hand to press the other red button. Petty Officer Brown does not have this problem  pressing  the  shirts  because one of the red buttons on the press he is working on is already stuck and inoperative. SH1 Moore walks through the  ship’s  laundry  making  rounds,  sees what is going on, and stops both of them from working. 6-45. The reason SH1 Moore stopped both SH3 Brown and SH3 Lewis from working was because they were violating some of the rules of safety while using the laundry press. How many safety precautions did SH3 Brown and SH3  Lewis  violate? 1. Five 2. Two 3. Three 4. Four 54

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