ARMY TM 9-6115-604-12
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-633-12
Be sure generator set power cables are not connected to a live source of voltage. Discharge cables to ground
if connected to transformers, high-voltage windings, or capacitors Use an insulated rod with grounded metal tip
Disconnect power cables Coil and stow cables on floor In generator compartment See Figure 4-1
Be sure utility power cable is not connected to a live source of voltage. Furthermore, discharge cables to
ground if connected to transformers, high voltage windings, or capacitors Use an insulated rod with grounded
Disconnect utility power cable. Coil and stow cable on floor in generator compartment. See Figure 4-1.
Disconnect reactive load cable, governor control cable, remote control cable, and/or site requirement module
cable, as applicable, if connected to generator set. Coil and stow cables on floor In generator compartment
See Figure 4-1.
Fuel operations generate flammable, toxic fumes. Do not smoke during fueling
operations and avoid breathing fumes. Failure to comply with this warning
could result in loss of life.
Disconnect auxiliary fuel hose from fuel source and from generator set. Drain fuel from hose into auxiliary fuel
source, then coil hose and stow In engine compartment See Figure 4-1.
When required for commercial shipment, remove batteries from generator set in accordance with paragraph 3-
Remove ground connection from generator set. Stow grounding rods and secure with ground rod mounting
clamps (See Figure 4-1) Stow ground clamps In tool box. Coil ground cable and stow on floor In generator
Fuel. Coolant. and Oil Drainage. The generator set may be safely shipped "wet" with fuel, oils and coolant at
maximum capacities or less Draining generator set liquids Is not required unless Federal, state, or local regulations
prohibit "wet" shipment. Refer to paragraph 3-12 for draining procedures Refer to Figure 1-1 through Figure 1-4 for
drain caps, fittings, and valves Refer to Table 1-1 for liquid capacities.
Removal of Lifting Attachment Kit (Figure 4-1)
Remove leg assemblies from beneath generator assembly.
Red core yams in lifting attachment kit webbing indicate unsafe webbing.
Webbing is not safe for lifting generator set If red yam is visible at any point.
Under no circumstances should generator set be lifted using webbing with
visible safety indicator strand. Failure to observe this warning may result in loss
of life, lifting attachment kit failure, and destruction of generator set.
Carefully Inspect webbing In leg assemblies. Look for red core yarns at any point over entire length of
webbings. Do not use leg assemblies if red core yarns show. In some cases webbing may be dirty, making
inspection difficult. Inspect carefully
Remove hexagon head bolts, hexagonal nuts, and lock washers securing spreader bars to spreader bar
Remove spreader bars. Retain hexagon head bolts, hexagonal nuts, and lock washers by installing back onto