ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE OF THE GENERATOR ASSEMBLY
ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE IN-
SPECTION OF GENERATOR ASSEMBLY.
a. Visually inspect generator assembly for in-
Electrical power is generated by a single bear-
secure mounting, cracks, corrosion, accumulations
ing, synchronous, brushless, self-ventilated gen-
of foreign material in ventilator screens and other
erator assembly with an integral exciter assembly.
Organizational maintenance of the generator assem-
b. Listen for unusual noises while oper sting.
bly is limited to visual inspection of the generator
c. Notify higher level maintenance of any dis-
and the generator bearing.
crepancies found during inspection.
ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE OF THE HOUSING
AND SKID BASE ASSEMBLIES
(4) Remove doors, covers and panels by
following the ascending numerical sequence of index
The housing assembly fully encloses the top,
sides and ends of the generator set. It consists
of doors, covers, and panels. The cooling air in-
take openings which provide access to internal
components are covered by doors which are
It is not necessary to completely dis-
equipped with seals tc prevent the entry of foreign
assemble the housing assembly. Only
materials when the doors are closed. The cooling
those parts requiring replacement need
air exhaust opening is covered by the shutter and
plate and sleeve assembly allows connection of load
lines while excluding foreign materials. The lift-
ing frame, located in the center of the housing as-
sembly, is equipped with lifting clevises at the top
A wiring harness support clamp on the
of each side to which a hoisting sling may be
underside of the top rear cover (87,
attached. The housing assembly is supported on
the skid base assembly which also provides support
attempting to remove the cover.
for the engine and generator assemblies. The skid
base also provides the generator set grounding
point and is drilled to accept attachment of the
b. Installation. Install housing assembly doors,
wheel mounting kit and M-200 trailer. A metal
covers, and panels in reverse order of removal
sheet near the bottGm of the skid base prevents the
entry of debris. Drain holes prevent the accumula-
tion of spilled liquids on the sheet.
PLATE AND SLEEVE ASSEMBLY.
DOORS, COVERS, AND PANELS.
Removal and Disassembly.
a . Removal.
washers (2) to remove plate and sleeve assembly.
(1) Remove grille, radiator and shutter assem-
(2) Remove ring (3) and bushing (4); then re-
move nuts (5), screws (6) and retainer (7) to remove
(2) Remove convenience receptacle and circuit
sleeve (8) with draw string (9) from plate (10).
Cleaning and Inspection.
(1) Clean plate and sleeve assembly with a
clean, lint-free cloth lightly moistened with an