ARMY TM 9-6115-604-12
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-633-12
Table 3-3. Operator Troubleshooting (Continued)
TEST OR INSPECTION
10. LOAD CIRCUIT BREAKER CB101 FAILS TO CLOSE. (CONTINUED)
Check position of C8123
Close If set to open.
11. AC/DC LIGHTS NOT WORKING.
Check for defective light bulbs
Replace light bulbs
SECTION V. OPERATOR MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
3-8. GENERAL. The instructions In this section are provided to assist the operator In maintaining the generator set. If
defective components are noted during Inspection, perform the repair or replacement procedures listed in this section. If
no repair or replacement procedure is shown in this section, then you are not authorized to perform that procedure and
you must report the defective component to the next higher level of maintenance.
MAINTENANCE LOCKOUT switch must be set to the MAINTENANCE
position prior to performing any maintenance and reset to OPERATION
when maintenance is completed.
MAINTENANCE OF HOUSING AND BASE ASSEMBLY . The generator set Is enclosed In an all weather housing
(see Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2). Refer to step a, below, for general maintenance Instructions Detailed Instructions for
specialized maintenance of the housing and base assembly are provided in steps b through h, below.
Dry cleaning solvent P-D-680, Type II, is flammable and moderately toxic
to the skin, eyes, and respiratory tract. Skin, eye, and respiratory tract
protection is required to avoid injury to personnel.
General Maintenance General maintenance consists of Inspections and servicing Inspection of weatherproof
equipment and components Is required at periodic intervals Inspect for discolorations, leaks, or paint cracks. Service
the equipment by keeping it clean, free of grease, corrosion, rust, and deterioration. Use clean cloth, stiff brushes,
and dry cleaning solvent P-D-680, Type II, or equivalent, as required Repaint in accordance with MIL-T-704
Access Doors and Covers The generator set uses several access doors and covers Check that doors do not bind In
their frames, that they swing easily on their hinges, and that they remain closed when latched
Housing Panels Check the housing panels for corrosion, holes, scrapes, and/or dents Check sound insulation
material in control room and between switchgear and generator compartment for any evident damage.
Shutter Assemblies. See Figure 3-5. Inspect and service all shutter assemblies on a regular basis. Check that the
shutter assemblies can be adjusted for optimum ventilation Ensure that the openings are not clogged with debris of
any type. Verify that the formed metal portions (louvers) of the fixed position shutters are fully open.