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In addition to the inspections specified for every six months, perform
the following at the beginning of each boating season or whenever
the integrity of your inflatable PFD is in doubt:
o Thoroughly check all components for dirt and/or corrosion. Clean
or replace, as necessary. If any item shows signs of damage,
perform inspections listed in "Every Six (6) Months" inspection
details. If in doubt, contact Mustang Survival customer service.
o Ensure the current date is not past the date on the inflator. If it
is, replace the inflator (see "Re-Arming your inflatable PFD" on
SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS FOR UCV OPERATORS
It is the responsibility of the operator to be sure this PFD is in
serviceable condition. Reference Mandatory Carriage Requirements
on page 2. This PFD must also be properly armed with status
indicator showing Green on both the inflator cap and body.
(see "Re-Arming your inflatable PFD" on page 8).
CLEANING AND STORING YOUR PFD
To clean your inflatable PFD, hand wash or sponge down in warm,
soapy water, taking care not to submerge the inflator. Rinse your
PFD with clean water, and hang to dry on a plastic coat hanger. Do
not dry-clean, use chlorine bleach, or apply direct heat. Always store
your fully dried PFD in a warm, dry, well ventilated place out of direct