Section II. TROUBLESHOOTING
The symptom index for the generator set 150 kW lists faults associated with control cabinet assembly
operation. Figures 5-1 through 5-18 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 shock hazard with failure to adhere to this
warning. Contact 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 III.
Continued use of the EPP Ill with only one generator could
result in a catastrophic shock hazard.
Do not operate one of the EPP-III generators when the other
generator is dismounted.
Prior to energizing the equipment the operator must check
for exposed electrical terminals.
Always install protective covers on control and power cables
when cables are not connected.
Be sure to observe all warning signs on equipment.
Any wire indicated with a 0 is a ground wire. Disconnecting any 0
indicated wire will lose the ground to the rest of the circuit.