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Learning  Objective: Identify the  procedures  used  by  laundry personnel  when  performing general  maintenance  on  laundry equipment  in  the  ship’s laundry. 6-53. Which  of  the  following personnel  may  perform mechanical  and/or  electrical maintenance  on  the  washer extractor? 1. The  damage  control  petty officer  of  supply 2. The  laundry  supervisor 3. Qualified  shipboard maintenance   personnel 4. All of the above 6-54. Which  of  the  following conditions  may  occur  if  lint deposits  are  allowed  to accumulate  on  the  air  passages and heat chambers on the tumbler  dryer? 1. Spontaneous  heating 2. Restricted  airflow 3. Clothes  not  drying  properly 4. All of the above 6-55. The  flatwork  ironer  should  be waxed for which of the following  purposes? 1. To prolong ribbon life 2. To prevent linen from sticking to the heated cylinder 3. To give a smooth finish to flatwork 4. All of the above 6-56. How often should flatwork  ironer? 1. Twice  weekly 2. Each morning 3. After 6 to 8 4. Both 2 and 3 you wax the hours of work above 6-57. What is the first action laundry  personnel  should  take after new ribbons have been installed on the flatwork ironer? 1. Heat the flatwork ironer up and check for tension 2. Run  the  flatwork  ironer with  the  compression  roll engaged for a period of 20 to 30 minutes 3. Wax the ironer 4. Adjust  the  compression  roll so it engages properly and seats  smoothly 6-58. When, if ever, should the friction  material  on  the  return ribbon  drive  roll  be  replaced? 1. Monthly 2. When it becomes smooth and worn 3. When  the  return  ribbons move faster than the heated cylinder and the padded compression  roll 4. Never 6-59. What action should you take when  the  flatwork  ironer padding is changed and one end of the ironer is thicker than the other end? 1. Pass some heavy towels or other thick material through the thicker end of the flatwork ironer 2. Remove the padding and replace according to manufacturer’s   instructions 3. Engage  the  compression roll, turn the steam on, and run the flatwork ironer for approximately 15 minutes 4. With  the  compression  roll engaged, run the flatwork ironer for about 20 minutes without  steam 6-60. What is the ideal steam pressure  for  operating conventional  presses? 1. 75 psi 2. 80 psi 3. 90 psi 4. 100 psi 56

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