MM3671, Lesson 2
Figure 2-6. Where To Inspect for Door Headers and
Figure 2-5. Examples of Damage Bad Enough To
Reject the MILVAN.
Make sure that the document holder is not loose (figure 2-7). If it is loose, this would not be sufficient cause for
rejection of the MILVAN. Have the necessary repair made, and continue with the inspection.
1.3. Door seals must be intact to insure that the load is properly protected (figure 2-8).
Markings must be legible, and there must be a readable data plate. All information must be accurate.
1.4 - 1.7. Corner posts and fittings and door panels must be structurally sound, including panel posts, if
1.8. The hinges must not be damaged or broken, and the doors must open and close freely (figure 2-9).
1.9 - 1.12. The locking bars must be in good condition.
1.13 and 1.14. The handles and the handle retainers must not be distorted or be missing components
that would interfere with their function.
1.15. Antirack hardware (keeps doors and panels aligned) should be properly attached to prevent doors
from springing and getting out of alignment.
1.16. There must be no major damage to the rain gutter. Minor damage is acceptable (figure 2-6).
1.17 - 1.20. All repairs, attachments, and caulking are properly done.