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to stop and unload. Figure 5-22 shows a laundry- man unloading a Milnor. MAINTENANCE OF THE SHIPBOARD WASHER EXTRACTORS The washer extractor is a very important and expensive  piece  of  equipment.  If  it  breaks  down, time   and   money   are   consumed,   perhaps   un- necessarily,   and   the   ship’s   company   may   be subjected to inconveniences and unsanitary living conditions. Therefore, too much emphasis cannot be placed on the proper care and maintenance of the washing machine. The   senior   laundry   petty   officer   and   all operators  are  responsible  for  the  care  of  washer extractors.  The  washer  should  be  kept  as  clean inside and outside as possible. Soap solutions and hot   water   help   to   keep   the   inside   clean   and sanitary,   but   scum   and   other   accumulations should be removed daily from the exterior. An oxalic acid solution made by dissolving 1/2 pound of oxalic acid crystals in a gallon of  water can be used to  keep  the  outside  of  the  tub  clean and  bright. Use a rag or brush to apply the  solu- tion.  Rub  vigorously  and  then  rinse  with clean water.  A  fine  abrasive  powder,  such  as  pumice 43.72 Figure 5-22.-Laundryman unloading the Milnor washer extractor. 5-30

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