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to take (something) apart

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Upon disassembling, some of the cracks were found to penetrate all the way to the reinforcement that separates tube and cover.
The content includes disassembling engines and replacing parts, fuel injection systems, oil and water pumps, electrical systems, steering and suspension systems, brake systems, drive train, and chassis.
A contractor Palmdale hired has taken the plane off its pedestals and is slowly disassembling it for its trip west.
The tool is used to depress the detent plunger so you can remove the extractor shaft when disassembling the 120mm main gun's breechblock for cleaning during PMCS.
The Model 140-LCD features external zero and span knobs that can be field-adjusted without changing the vessel's liquid level or disassembling of the gauge.
But the procedure For disassembling and assembling the slide assembly is in Pars 12-12, which is unit-level maintenance.
One of Sepikas' fellow parishioners donated the shipping - a $15,000 expense - and Sepikas and Hunziker spent three months disassembling and carefully packing Hunziker's masterpiece.
This logistical operation required planning, measuring, disassembling, packing, insuring, locating and reinstalling the equipment.
Rural Watch experienced some success when a Lake Los Angeles resident saw two men he did not recognize disassembling a horse corral at a neighbor's home last month.
ISOPAK(R) valves are used on chromatography columns and allow for the automated packing, unpacking and cleaning of the columns without the need for disassembling the column.
The worker was using a cutting torch in disassembling the tractor for shipment in June 1996 when a tire exploded.
This understanding helped us design manufacturing solutions that model the complex, multi-step disassembling and further processing operations of the meat industry.
We're tearing down the whole Christmas tree lot,'' said Wood-Menga as she supervised work crews disassembling lights, a wooden booth and packing up unsold trees.