Section V. TROUBLESHOOTING
The symptom index for the generator set 150 kW lists faults associated with control cabinet assembly operation. Figures
4-6 through 4-23 provide a go/no-go flowchart of each malfunction. Each malfunction listed includes a reference to the
applicable figure that contains a chart to help you determine probable causes and corrective actions to take. The
symptom index cannot list all faults that may occur, nor all the tests or inspections and corrective actions. If a malfunction
is not listed or cannot be corrected by listed corrective actions, notify next higher level of maintenance for assistance.
Potential 150 kW/208 VAC shock hazard with failure to adhere to this warning.
Contac with this high power could result in death or severe injury. If the
removal of one generator from the EPP III is required. replace it with an extra
generator. Always make sure that two generators are mounted to the EPP IN.
Continued use of the EPP II with only one generator could result in a
catastrophic shock hazard.
Prior to energizing the equipment the operator must check for exposed
Always install protective covers on control and power cables when cables are
Be sure to observe all warning signs on equipment.
Potential 208 VAC shock hazard. Do not disconnect or connect control or
power cables while Generator Set 1 or 2 is running.
Before performing troubleshooting procedures:
· Ensure that operator level troubleshooting
steps have been performed.
· Be sure you have performed your PMCS.
· Refer to the Wiring Diagram FO-1 and FO-2
as troubleshooting aids.
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